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Botswana’s Capital Back in Lockdown After COVID-19 Cases Double

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GABORONE – Botswana has put its capital, Gaborone, back into a two-week lockdown starting Friday, closing schools and restricting movements, after confirmed local COVID-19 transmissions doubled this week. Botswana’s health minister, Dr. Lemogang Kwape, said a return to lockdown was needed after the capital saw what he called a “worrying rise” in local cases of Read More

Zimbabwe Protests Stopped by Government Soldiers

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HARARE – A heavy security presence in Zimbabwe’s capital Friday shut down planned opposition protests against the government’s handling of corruption and the economy. On social media Friday, Zimbabwean police said the country was “calm and peaceful” and urged the public to continue with their normal day-to-day activities “with the full knowledge that their safety Read More

National Assembly Will Hold Next Session in August

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DUSHANBE, The third session of the National Assembly will take place on August 5 in Dushanbe. The session will focus on laws of Tajikistan On Combating Corruption, On Tourism, On Civil Insurance of Vehicle Owners, On Appraisal Activities, and additions to the Criminal Code and On Amendments and Additions to the Law On Banking Activities, among Read More

National and Representatives Assemblies to Meet in August

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DUSHANBE, The second joint session of the National and Representatives Assemblies will take place on August 6 in Dushanbe. The joint session will focus on approving presidential decrees and the upcoming presidential elections.   Source: National information agency of Tajikistan Read More

ADB allocates additional grant to Tajikistan for covid-19 medical supplies

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According to ADB Tajikistan Resident Mission (TJRM), the supplies comprising protective coveralls, aprons, masks, gloves, shoe covers, face shields, headcaps, and other items will be delivered in three shipments. The first shipment is expected to come from Cambodia in August. The second and third shipments are expected from China in August and September.   The Read More

44 new officially confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Tajikistan yesterday

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6,103 (83.3 percent) COVID-19 patients have reportedly recovered as of the night of July 28, 2020.   According to a MoHSPP, 60 officially confirmed COVID-19-linked deaths () have been reported in the country as of the night of July 28.   96 people hospitalized on suspicion of contracting the novel coronavirus are under the supervision Read More

Two streets and three neighborhood units of Tajik capital will be left without electricity for several hours today

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“Today, electricity supply will be cut off to Rahmon-Nabiyev and Sevastopolskaya streets from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm in connection with routine maintenance work,” said an official source at the Dushanbe electricity supply network.   “Besides, electricity supply will be cut off to Bunyodkor, Kalinin and Zafar neighborhood units,” the source added.   This year, Read More

Kyrgyzstan can always count on Tajikistan’s support, says Tajik president

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In his message, Tajik leader expresses sincere and deep condolences to the fraternal people of Kyrgyzstan and wished a quick recovery to the sick people.   Rahmon expressed confidence that measures taken by the Kyrgyz government to prevent the further spread of the disease will lead to the desired results.   “Taking this opportunity, I Read More

Tajik FM has phone conversation with Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Relations to discuss cooperation

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During the conversation, the sides reportedly discussed the current state and prospects of bilateral Tajik-Saudi relations in various areas, cooperation of the two countries within the international organizations and other issues of mutual interest.   On the subject of cooperation of the two countries in the field of healthcare and medicine, the two emphasized the Read More

Belarus says over 30 Russian mercenaries detained outside Minsk on July 29

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Belarusian national news agency BelTA reported on July 29 that security forces detained 32 foreign members of the Wagner Group at a health resort near Minsk overnight, after receiving information that more than 200 Russian military contractors had arrived in Belarus on July 24 to “destabilize the situation in the country ahead of the election.” Read More