The cross-party committee ruled that Johnson, who had resigned as an MP last week, would have been suspended for 90 days
Popular platform says it aims to 'create a harmonious and friendly community environment' after bans
The closure comes amid a surge of violence in the northern West Bank in recent months
Private consumption expenditure increased by 10.4 percent in the second quarter of 2022
The ban coincides with the end of city’s strict two-month lockdown
It is the first time North Korea confirmed Covid cases since closing its borders at the start of the pandemic
The motion was passed without any opposition
Two of the dead were women aged 89 and 91, while the third was a 91-year-old man
The curbs mark a turnaround for Shanghai’s authorities, who previously denied a lockdown
'At Number 10, the prime minister and officials broke lockdown laws. Brazen excuses were dreamed up'
This is one in a series of gatherings at the 10 Downing Street residence that broke lockdown rules
'A number of members of parliament have faced pressures and intimidation from members of the government'
'Nobody told me that what we were doing was, as you say, against the rules'
Dominic Cummings says he is willing to 'swear under oath,' accusing Johnson of lying to parliament
Johnson says he believed the party to be work-related, saying he should've sent attendees inside
'I do not want people to lose their workplaces. I do not want to see businesses closing down'
'There are around 20 million people in total under lockdown in China,' said i24NEWS contributor Patrick Fok
Bennett’s warning came as nearly 3,000 new Covid cases were recorded on Tuesday
Daily infections in Australia surged to a new pandemic high last week, fueled by the latest variant omicron
Bennett is also reportedly looking at requiring a Green Pass to enter malls
Suggestion - including restrictions on flights - blocked by Health Ministry officials, Minister Horowitz
Johnson is one of many politicians across the globe accused of violating Covid official protocols
Merkel also spoke out in favor of compulsory vaccinations, which parliament is due to vote on soon
There are currently about 600,000 eligible Israelis who do not have the first vaccine