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Rome
32 femicides, violence agst women down this year

32 femicides, violence agst women down this year

 
Brussels
Higher deficit was necessary says Tria

Higher deficit was necessary says Tria

 
Brindisi
Boy, 16, wounds schoolmate with knife

Boy, 16, wounds schoolmate with knife

 
Udine
Police bust puppy smuggling gang

Police bust puppy smuggling gang

 
Monza
Drug pushers make rivals play Russian roulette

Drug pushers make rivals play Russian roulette

 
Caserta
Different views on waste but contract guide - Conte

Different views on waste but contract guide - Conte

 
Washington
US pressure on Italy to back Russia sanctions - media

US pressure on Italy to back Russia sanctions - media

 
Rome
1,000 budget amendments ruled inadmissible (3)

1,000 budget amendments ruled inadmissible (3)

 
Rome
Violence agst women down this year

Violence agst women down this year

 
Naples
More than half Italians don't practise sport

More than half Italians don't practise sport

 
Berlin
North Europe mustn't ignore Italian jobless - Weber

North Europe mustn't ignore Italian jobless - Weber

 
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Rome

Highway management to return to State - Di Maio

M5S leader says he and Salvini agree on this issue

Highway management to return to State - Di Maio

Rome, September 10 - Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio said Monday that control of Italy's motorways is set to go back into public hands after last month's bridge-collapse disaster in Genoa in which 43 people died. The government has said it intends to annul the concession of highways company Autostrade per l'Italia following the disaster. "There are two possibilities if we discuss reissuing the highways tenders," 5-Star Movement (M5S) leader Di Maio told La7 television. "Either they go back to Autostrade and we have the work of the madmen or we let ourselves be colonized by a foreign concessionary. "So they have to return to the State. Do we want to call it public management instead of nationalization?". Di Maio also said that he and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who is also a deputy premier and leader of the rightwing League party, the M5S's coalition ally, agreed on this issue.

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