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Sri Lanka violence: 36-hour curfew lifted

Colombo/UNI: The 36-hour curfew in Sri Lanka, which was imposed amid anti-government protests, was lifted on Monday.

Ukraine crisis: Fresh curfew imposed in Kyiv

Kyiv: Authorities in Ukraine's capital Kyiv imposed curfew in the city from between 17:00 and 08:00 local time.

Canada: Quebec's imposition of curfew to protect healthcare system faces criticism

Montreal/IBNS: Quebec Premier François Legault alongside Health Minister Christian Dubé and public health director Horacio Arruda have announced  in a news conference to impose a night curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. effective Dec 31 amid rising COVID-19 cases.

Quebec to be under curfew for 4 weeks to curb COVID-19 case count

Quebec/IBNS: In an attempt to lower its alarming increase of COVID-19 case count,  Quebec would be placed under curfew, the first of its kind in Canada since the declaration of the coronavirus pandemic, for four weeks effective tomorrow from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. during which time residents in much of Quebec will be prohibited from going outside at night, Quebec health officials said.

New York City Mayor announces lifting of curfew, decision effective immediately

Washiington/Sputnik: New York City is lifting the curfew on Sunday and the decision will be "effective immediately," Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Sunday in the wake of peaceful protests against racism and police violence in the area.

Fight Against COVID-19: Sri Lanka to relax curfew from April 27

Colombo/UNI: The curfew in Sri Lanka due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be relaxed from Monday, the President of Media Division (PMD) said on Sunday.