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Communion sweets shaped like guns, bullets found in Naples

Communion sweets shaped like guns, bullets found in Naples

 
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2018 largest truffle ends up at Italian restaurant in Dubai

2018 largest truffle ends up at Italian restaurant in Dubai

 
Rome
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Sedentary lifestyles kill 88,000 people every year in Italy

 
Caserta
Man kills wife, relative, kills self

Man kills wife, relative, kills self

 
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3 bears die in water collection tank in Abruzzo

3 bears die in water collection tank in Abruzzo

 
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New show uncovers genius of Guido Reni

New show uncovers genius of Guido Reni

 
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Gessica Notaro acid attacker gets 15 yrs

Gessica Notaro acid attacker gets 15 yrs

 
Rome
Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

 
Caserta
Man kills wife, relative, tries to kill self

Man kills wife, relative, tries to kill self

 
Ischia
1,600-2,000 Ischia buildings covered by amnesty

1,600-2,000 Ischia buildings covered by amnesty

 
Rome
Baby bonus to return says Fontana (3)

Baby bonus to return says Fontana (3)

 
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Rome

Conte 'still running' for Rome uni post

Premier said he would reconsider bid for job

Conte 'still running' for Rome uni post

Rome, September 10 - Premier Giuseppe Conte has not pulled out of the selection process for a post at Rome's La Sapienza University, Politico.eu reported on Monday. Conte, a law academic who had no previous political experience before taking the helm of the League-5-Star Movement (M5S) government this year, had said he would reconsider his bid for the job after criticism that there was conflict of interest. Conte was due to sit an exam as part of the selection process on Monday. But Politico.eu reported that the test has been postponed and the premier had not written to the university to withdraw. Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio, the leader of the 5-Star Movement (M5S), said it was up to Conte to decide what is best. "I was in the press conference when he said he would reconsider the commitment, given that the role of premier was somewhat unexpected at the start of the year, so this is in line with his reconsideration," Di Maio said. "The reconsideration of the commitment is one of the decisions that he will take".

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