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PADUA
Another 4 workers die as deadly accident spate continues

Another 4 workers die as deadly accident spate continues

 
ROME
Electricity bills to rise 29.8% from Fri, gas up 14.4%

Electricity bills to rise 29.8% from Fri, gas up 14.4%

 
PADUA
Worker falls to death near Padua

Worker falls to death near Padua

 
ROME
COVID: 2,985 new cases, 65 more victims

COVID: 2,985 new cases, 65 more victims

 
REGGIO CALABRIA
FI Senator gets 5 yrs 4 mts for 'Ndrangheta vote buying

FI Senator gets 5 yrs 4 mts for 'Ndrangheta vote buying

 
ROME
COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (3)

COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (3)

 
ROME
COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (2)

COVID-19: CTS panel OKs upping audiences at shows, events (2)

 
VATICAN CITY
Climate: Choose simpler lifestyles tweets pope

Climate: Choose simpler lifestyles tweets pope

 
Zaki: trial postponed until 7 December

Zaki: trial postponed until 7 December

 
ROME
Saipem, 4 individuals acquitted over profit warning

Saipem, 4 individuals acquitted over profit warning

 
ROME
Fedez probed for defaming man who killed parents

Fedez probed for defaming man who killed parents

 

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Serie C
Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

 

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Cortina d'Ampezzo

Soccer: Malagò says clear up tax dodge case (2)

'As soon as possible' says CONI chief

Soccer: Malagò says clear up tax dodge case (2)

Cortina d'Ampezzo, January 26 - Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) chief Giovanni Malagò on Tuesday said a tax evasion probe involving 64 soccer bigwigs should be cleared up as soon as possible. "It's essential that everything should be clarified as soon as possible, also to make sure the people currently being investigated do not become guilty in the eyes of public opinion", he said on the sidelines of a CONI executive meeting. Among those probed are Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis, AC Milan CEO Galliani, former Juventus CEO Jean-Claude Blanc, Lazio President Claudio Lotito, ex Napoli player Ezequiel Lavezzi, ex Inter, Milan and Parma player Hernan Crespo, and agent Alessandro Moggi. Also probed are former Inter star Diego Milito, ex Juventus and Fiorentina striker Adrian Mutu, Atalanta defender on loan from Milan and Italy national team player Gabriel Paletta, Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino, Atalanta striker German Denis, and ex Pescara player Fernando Quintero.

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