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FROSINONE - A prison inmate who fired a gun at other prisoners had the weapon smuggled into the penitentiary by drone, prison officials said Tuesday.

21 Sep 2021
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ROME - The universities of Padua and Rome La Sapienza are providing study grants to their students who are stuck in Afghanistan,

20 Sep 2021
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ROME - As many as 728 doctors are currently suspended from working in Italy because they have not received the COVID-19 vaccination, according to data from the National Federation of Orders of Physicians and Surgeons

17 Sep 2021
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ROME - The Italian government cabinet was meeting Thursday to approve a decree that will permit workers to be fined and have their salary suspended if they enter the workplace without a Green Pass, political sources

16 Sep 2021
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ROME - Pope Francis has said the Holy See is working out what to do about a group of cardinals who refused to be vaccinated against Covid-19, one of whom, Cardinal Raymond Burke of New York, was treated in intensive

16 Sep 2021
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MANSOURA - The Bologna University student, Patrick Zaki, who is Egyptian-born but was recently granted Italian citizenship after Senate concesus, appeared in court for “five minutes” before being told his hearing wou

15 Sep 2021
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CAGLIARI - The ferry route between the capital of Sardinia and Civitavecchia, northwest of Rome, is to be discontinued indefinitely unless urgent measures are taken.

14 Sep 2021
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PALERMO - A raid by the Carabinieri in Bagheria, near the Sicilian capital, has led to the arrest of 8 people, dismantling a mafia stronghold and preventing the murder of a local man who repeatedly stood up to the gr

14 Sep 2021
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BUDAPEST - Pope Francis has kicked off his four-day tour to central Europe with a warning against the anti-Semitism, which he says is “still lurking in Europe.” The pontiff spent about 40 minutes talking with the Pre

13 Sep 2021

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