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Bulgaria military allowed to use force amid coronavirus curbs

Reuters Friday, 20 March 2020
Bulgaria's parliament voted after a heated debate on Friday to allow the military to help curb the movement of people amid the coronavirus outbreak, with a mandate to use force if necessary.
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