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Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transgender

Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transgender

 
Rome
Growth slowing, GDP up 0.1% in Q3 - Bank of Italy

Growth slowing, GDP up 0.1% in Q3 - Bank of Italy

 
SAN PAOLO
Brasile: Bolsonaro nega coinvolgimento in caso fake news

Brasile: Bolsonaro nega coinvolgimento in caso fake news

 
Brussels
M5S-League row over 'fiscal peace' rumbles on

M5S-League row over 'fiscal peace' rumbles on

 
Trento
Salvini says 'starting to get angry'

Salvini says 'starting to get angry'

 
SAN PAOLO
Brasile: Pt chiede che Bolsonaro sia dichiarato ineleggibile

Brasile: Pt chiede che Bolsonaro sia dichiarato ineleggibile

 
Brussels
M5S-League row over 'fiscal peace' rumbles on

M5S-League row over 'fiscal peace' rumbles on

 
Govt responsible, focused says Conte

Govt responsible, focused says Conte

 
Pisa
Pisa man found in Edinburgh 'unable to speak Italian'

Pisa man found in Edinburgh 'unable to speak Italian'

 
Rome
Rust dominates hues this fall

Rust dominates hues this fall

 
Brussels
Italy to respond to EU in time - premier's office

Italy to respond to EU in time - premier's office

 
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Soccer: Parma's 5-point penalty overturned

Calaiò ban cut

Soccer: Parma's 5-point penalty overturned

Rome, August 10 - Promoted Parma's five-point deduction for the upcoming Serie A season for an alleged attempt at match-fixing by striker Emanuele Calaiò was overturned by an Italian soccer federation appeal tribunal on Thursday. Calaiò's two-year ban, meanwhile, was transformed into a suspension until the end of the year and a 30,000-euro fine. The case regarded messages Calaio sent a opposition player before the last game of the 2017-18 Serie B season, calling on him not to try too hard. Calaio said he was joking.

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