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On September 11, more than 120 thousand people took part in protests against COVID sanitary passes in France

According to the French Ministry of Internal Affairs, on Saturday, September 11, more than 120 thousand people took part in protests against COVID sanitary passes in France. Demonstrators clashed with police in Toulouse. About 70 people were detained.

The demonstration was accompanied by large-scale riots, police officers used tear gas and a water cannon.

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Andorra introduces new rules for keeping dogs of dangerous breeds

The Andorran government has approved an amendment to the new Regulation on the ownership of dangerous and potentially dangerous dog breeds. As the main innovation, future owners are recommended to undergo prior training without fail.

The Regulation lists the following 15 breeds: American Akita, Bullmastiff, Doberman, Argentine Dogo, Dogue de Bordeaux, Brazilian Mastiff, Neapolitan Mastiff, American …

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Andorra’s new Transport Code tightens traffic rules

Andorra has introduced the country’s new Transport Code to improve road safety for drivers and pedestrians.

Driving and using a mobile phone or any other mobile device at the same time is subject to a fine of EUR 300. Failure to use the seat belt by both the driver and passengers of the vehicle will be …

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Bus tickets in Andorra have fallen in price

On September 1, 2021, a new monthly discounted pass went on sale in Andorra.

Tariffs represent a reduction from 57% of the current price for zone 1 to 81% for zone 4.

The new pass can be purchased at regular retail outlets: in the Mou_T_B app, at the National Bus Station and on the bus.

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Protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for a fourth consecutive weekend to demonstrate against a new health pass

Protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for a fourth consecutive weekend to demonstrate against a new health pass needed to enter a cafe or travel on an inter-city train, two days before the new rules come into force.

The new rules championed by French President Emmanuel Macron make it obligatory to have either …

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New animal welfare regulations in Andorra

The Minister of Environment, Agriculture and Sustainability, Silvia Calvó, together with the director of the Department of Agriculture, Josep Casals, yesterday presented the new Regulation on the technical conditions of welfare and safety at pet refuges. The new text strengthens all security elements to ensure that the animals treatment is respectful and committed to the …

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Andorra presented the psychological care programme, aimed at reducing the negative effects on the mental health

Government of Andorra presented the psychological care programme, aimed at reducing the negative effects on the mental health of part of the population caused, directly or indirectly, by COVID-19.

It is estimated that 40% of the population has had “negative thoughts” caused by the pandemic. 225,000 euros will be allocated to accommodate between 800 and 1,000 …

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Last weekend holiday travel related to the Easter break began, with 410,000 vehicles leaving the Barcelona area

Last weekend holiday travel related to the Easter break began, with 410,000 vehicles leaving the Barcelona area by Saturday afternoon – lower than expected, 440,000, but 2.7% higher than the previous weekend. Yet, when compared to an equivalent weekend of 2019, there were 17.4% fewer vehicles than expected.

Roads with heavy traffic included the C-55, the …

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