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New Zealand bans military type semi-automatic weapons used in mosque massacre
New Zealand will ban military-style semi-automatic and assault rifles under tough new gun laws following the killing of 50 people in the country’s worst mass shooting, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Thursday.
EPA bans consumer sales of methylene chloride paint removers
The US Environmental Protection Agency said it had issued a final rule to prohibit the manufacture, import, processing and distribution of methylene chloride in all paint removers for consumer use.
Bill bans ‘abhorrent’ quizzing of domestic abuse victims in British courts
Domestic abusers will no longer be able to cross-examine their former spouses in family courts in the UK, under a comprehensive government package of reforms to tackle the issue.
Britain bans puppy, kitten sales by pet shops
Britain is forbidding puppies and kittens from being sold by pet shops in a bid to crack down on animal exploitation and abuse.
India’s oil imports from Iran rise 36% in face of US bans
India has reported a whopping jump in oil imports from Iran in October in face of US sanctions that officials in Washington earlier said were meant to bring the Islamic Republic’s crucial sales of oil to zero.
Tehran writes to IMO over illegal US bans on scores of Iranian ships
Tehran lodges a complaint with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) against the US over the re-imposition of sweeping sanctions, which target scores of Iranian ships as part of Washington's much-criticized push to cut off the country's oil exports.
‌Singapore Airlines bans lion bones in cargo
Singapore Airlines said Friday it has stopped accepting lion bones for cargo after the carrier was singled out in a report for transporting the animal parts from South Africa.
Zimbabwe bans gatherings amid cholera outbreak
Zimbabwe's police on Wednesday issued a ban on all public gatherings to control the spread of cholera, which has killed 21 people in the capital Harare.
South Korea bans coffee in schools
Students and teachers in South Korea will need to find new ways of staying alert through the long school day, after the government said on Friday it will ban coffee sales in schools.
Chinese analyst: US oil bans cannot weaken Iran
US pressure on other countries to leave the July 2015 nuclear deal and sever oil cooperation with Iran will not make Tehran languish, said a Chinese analyst in Beijing on Thursday.
South Korea bans English education for first and second graders
South Korea has banned English language classes for first- and second-grade students in elementary schools to "minimize negative effects of early English education practices". The ban, which came into effect on Thursday, is part of a policy that, the government says, is in line with a Constitutional Court ruling in 2016 that said teaching English may hinder the students' proficiency in Korean.
Iran: Unilateral bans negatively affect global economic cooperation
Iran’s UN envoy spoke against any imposition of unilateral economic sanctions against world nations, saying such “coercive” restrictive measures would leave a negative impact on developing countries and the entire global economic cooperation.
FIFA bans Saeid Ezatolahi for Iran's World Cup opener
Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) banned Iran midfielder Saeid Ezatolahi from his team's first game at Russia’s 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Merkel concerned about US bans on Russia, too
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shares concerns with other European officials that the newly-proposed anti-Russia sanctions could harm the European economy, her spokesman says.
Pakistan bans Indian content on radio, television
Pakistan is set to enforce a complete ban on airing Indian content on radio and television as of Friday, amid rising tensions between the two neighboring countries over the disputed Kashmir region.

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