Germany approves tighter anti-Corona law, including a curfew

 Germany -ALSHARQIYA   April  13 : Germany approved tougher law to protect against infectious diseases, allowing it to impose coordinated restrictions on all its territories to better combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
This law grants the federal authorities in Germany additional powers over the provinces that have increased the level of tension with them in the recent period. .
The bill, which Parliament must pass, stipulates that federal authorities can impose a night curfew, reduce communication between individuals, and close shops considered non-essential when new infections exceed the threshold of 100 per 100,000 people for three consecutive days, the chancellor told Agence France-Presse.


The Dutch diplomatic mission in Iraq condemned in the strongest terms the brutal killing of the activist Ihab Al-Wazni

The British ambassador to Iraq, Stephen Hickey, said that attacks targeting activists in Iraq are unacceptable

Public anger continues over the assassination of the Karbala Coordination Officer, the activist Ihab Al-Wazni, to demand the disclosure of the perpetrators