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In addition to COVID-19 credit lines, the Ministry of Finance has also launched an aid program to the middle class.
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The Health Ministry and the national statistics agency based their assessment on tests performed May 25-July 15 on a sample of nearly 65,000 Italians selected for their location, age and type of work.
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Thank you very much, and thank you very much to the ministry of health.
· World War 3 fears: China deploys terrifying bombers in striking distance of Indian troops →
The move comes after a recent clash when India’s external affairs ministry accused China of breaching agreements over respecting the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Galwan Valley.
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The ministry will encourage battery-swap technologies to alleviate mileage anxieties and introduce more new energy vehicles into public-service sectors including buses, street sweepers and logistics vehicles - Miao Wei, Minister of Industry and Information Technology
· Victims 'shining like stars' as Italy inaugurates new Genoa bridge →
Autostrade is under investigation, along with several transport ministry officials, for culpable homicide.
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Meanwhile France‘s health ministry has called on its young people in particular to remain vigilant as cases spike.
· Flash floods kill two in Thailand, storm heads for Myanmar →
Two people died, according to the interior ministry.
· 29 Dead in Islamic State Attack on Afghan Prison →
Afghan Defense Ministry spokesman Fawad Aman said the prison in Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province, located some 115 kilometers (70 miles) east of Kabul, was taken back in the afternoon — 24 hours after it came under attack.