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  • Depression becomes deep depression, to intensify as cyclonic storm
  • Delhi-NCR reels under 'very poor' air
  • EU-Russia virtual climate conference begins Tuesday
  • Singhu, Tikri border to remain closed: Delhi Traffic Police
  • Voting underway for 2nd phase of DDC polls in Kashmir, 196 candidates in fray
  • 13 more test positive for Covid-19 in Arunachal
  • India clocks 31,118 fresh COVID cases
  • Sensex up over 200 pts
  • Biden holds virtual climate policy meeting with national security staff: Team
  • Sikkim records 4 new Corona positive cases
  • TRS MLA Nomula Narsimhaiah passes away, CM condoles
  • Nearly 30 NGOs urge US to ditch massive arms sale to UAE
  • Mah: Aurangabad registers 316 new COVID cases, 9 deaths
  • Polling begins in Maharashtra's Marathwada
  • Polling begins for biennial polls to 11 seats of UP legislative council
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Italy's new anti-coronavirus measures may lead to 20,000 more closed businesses - Union

Genoa, Oct 27 (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko The new measures against COVID-19 in Italy, envisaging a curfew for all bars and restaurants among other regulations, might lead to the closure of another 20,000 businesses, the Italian Federation of Restaurateurs and Merchants (Fiepet Confesercenti) told Sputnik.
On Monday, a new governmental decree entered into force in Italy, banning bars and restaurants from working after 6 p.m. (17:00 GMT), as well as closing theaters, movie theaters, gyms, swimming pools, spa centers and casinos. The measures will stay in effect until at least November 24.
"The suspension of activities set forth by the latest decree involves the risk of overthrowing thousands of enterprises and workplaces. It is yet another blow to trade, tourism and activities, which may cause the closure of another 20,000 businesses, bringing the total number of businesses expected to shut down this year from 90,000 to 110,000," a spokesperson for Fiepet Confesercenti said.
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30 Nov 2020 | 11:36 PM

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Fakhrizadeh's death will be answered: Iranian Defense Minister

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