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More than 800,000 Madrid residents were ordered to stay at home as Covid-19 cases rise. A number of European governments are considering stricter enforcement measures as they try to contain the pandemic, and a bar owner in Madrid tells us how the new restrictions are likely to affect his business. Also in the programme, leaked documents involving about $2tn of transactions have revealed how some of the world's biggest banks have allowed criminals to move money around the world. One of the cases shows that the United Arab Emirates' central bank failed to act on warnings about a local firm which was helping Iran to evade sanctions. Simon Cox, investigations editor for BBC Arabic brings us the details. Farmers in India are protesting a controversial set of new agriculture laws passed by the country's parliament. The BBC's Arunodhay Mukharji explains why the farmers think the new laws will make them substantially worse off. Plus, we have a report examining the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on nightclubs around the world.