French government dissolves Turkish far-right group

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Sarantis Michalopoulos

| 03/11/20 | Read online |

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France’s government will pronounce on Wednesday the dissolution of the Turkish ultranationalist movement known as the “Grey Wolves”, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin told the National Assembly’s law commission Monday. Read more.

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The Capitals – French government dissolves Turkish far-right group

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| 03/11/20 | Read online |

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The European news you deserve to read. Welcome to The Capitals by EURACTIV.

Good morning from Paris.
France’s government will pronounce on Wednesday the dissolution of the Turkish ultranationalist movement known as the “Grey Wolves”, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin told the National Assembly’s law commission Monday. Read more.

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Merkel defends second lockdown. At a press conference German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended her government’s decision to put the country into a second, lighter lockdown, which began on Monday. Read more.

“We must not allow the spread of the virus to overwhelm our health authorities,” Merkel told reporters, adding that “the virus punishes half-heartedness.” Under the new measures, all of Germany’s restaurants, bars, gyms, theatres and museums have been forced to close. (Sarah Lawton | EURACTIV.de)

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‘Stricter containment’ possible if measures not respected. Walloon Minister-President Elio Di Rupo urged citizens to respect Belgium’s second lockdown rules or face an even stricter one because of a lack of compliance. Read more.

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Call for public vigilance. While Ireland’s efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus seem to be paying off, with new cases staying below the 1,000 mark over the past week, health authorities in the country are still calling for the public to be vigilant.

“We can’t afford to relax. We have seen how quickly, when we let our guard down, how quickly it can flare up. We all need to be on our guard, probably for many months to come,” said Dr Nuala O’Connor, the Irish College of General Practitioners lead for COVID-19. (Samuel Stolton | EURACTIV.com)

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Italy imposes national 9pm curfew. Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte outlined before parliament on Monday the latest planned COVID-19 restrictions to be included in the new decree by Wednesday at the latest, including a nationwide 9pm curfew. Read more.

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MADRID

Spain rules out home confinements for Asturias region. Spanish Health Minister Salvador Illa ruled out declaring a full lockdown like the one imposed during the first wave on Monday in the region of Asturias (northern Spain) to contain the fast spread of COVID-19 in the region, EFE reported. Read more.

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