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Should non-English organizations/ministries/governments (as authors) be translated into English in APA 7th edition citations?

No. Do not translate the names of authors. You only translate the title of the work (in square brackets after the original title; do not italicize the translated title) and you transliterate non-Latin ...
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Why would Amazon allow my book to be published in Dutch

It sounds like you're asking about a book you published yourself. You can find the current Kindle Direct Publishing terms and conditions here and check them yourself, but I can't find anything in them ...
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When a translation of an original name of a source is provided in a footnote of an academic text, how do I format reference to the source language?

In an academic context (that is for a publication that targets an academic audience), if you translate a text, do not translate the titles of the sources given in that text. That would give the ...
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