represent a sweeping effort to use public health regulations to deter movement along one of the worlds busiest migration routes at a time when a fierce second wave of coronavirus is sweeping the region.
（The reason for that is unclear.By Terje Solsvik3 Min ReadOSLO (Reuters) - The partner of Norways former justice minister was found guilty of threatening democracy and sentenced to 20 months in prison on Friday in a case involving faked attacks on her family home and the torching of her car.
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個The letter cited allegations of irregularities that have not been substantiated.
far more than the 270 required to win the election.