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the time that the curfew signal is sounded

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a signal (usually a bell) announcing the start of curfew restrictions

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an order that after a specific time certain activities (as being outside on the streets) are prohibited

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Summary: Colombo [Sri Lanka], May 14 (ANI): The indefinite curfew imposed in one of the provinces of the island nation will be lifted for two hours from 4 pm to 6 pm in the evening.
Teenagers and children would be kept off the streets during late hours under a nationwide curfew bill pending approval by the House of Representatives.
"As a mother, I am all for having curfews, especially since I am away from my daughter," Venus Ramos, 38, a housewife based in Dubai, told Gulf News.
Curfews are premised on the idea that preventing nighttime interactions between youths wifi prevent violence.
Turkey has said that the curfews, in place in various cities throughout the southeast, are in place so police an rout out PKK militants, remove barricades, explosive devices, and ditches.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Three soldiers were killed and three others wounded on Wednesday in a terrorist attack by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in Sur, a district of the southeastern province of Diyarbakyr, as local authorities introduced new curfews in five other neighborhoods of Sur on the same day.
Turkish police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse a protest against a security crackdown in the main southeastern city of Diyarbakir on Monday, witnesses said, while curfews were declared elsewhere in the region
In areas of western Baghdad, there have been occasional curfews depending on the state of security.
Summary: Curfews imposed on Syrians in villages across Lebanon amount to a "violation of Lebanon's international human rights obligations" and create a discriminatory and hostile environment for refugees, Human Rights Watch said in statement Friday.
Moriarty said his research showed curfews have been overturned in courts because they violate one's right to move freely and interfere with parental rights.
My position--which, by the way, is not shared by all in the fair-housing community--is that curfews could be considered a form of familial status discrimination.
But on December 9 they returned to court to ask for their curfews to be relaxed to allow them to go to St James' Park for the match.
She said staff at probation institutions like Plas y Wern, Plas Madoc, Wrexham should be able to impose 24 hour curfews on offenders where staff consider it necessary.
Although cuts in federal aid and reduced budgets are making it more difficult for cities to provide adequate public safety programs, the latest Insta-Poll from the National League of Cities shows that city officials continue to implement and enforce youth curfews as an effective strategy for deterring crime and violence among adolescents.
LATE night curfews do little to stop lawless teenagers committing new crimes, research showed last night.