Mercoledì 14 Novembre 2018 | 06:31

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Rome
Man kills self after failing uni competition

Man kills self after failing uni competition

 
Rome
100 measles cases among doctors and nurses in 2018 in Italy

100 measles cases among doctors and nurses in 2018 in Italy

 
Milan
Company apologizes for Milan school lunch sandwiches

Company apologizes for Milan school lunch sandwiches

 
Florence
Tuscany council backs free condoms for those under 26

Tuscany council backs free condoms for those under 26

 
Udine
Soccer: Velazquez out, Nicola in at Udinese

Soccer: Velazquez out, Nicola in at Udinese

 
Rome
Salvini goes jogging ahead of budget huddle

Salvini goes jogging ahead of budget huddle

 
Rome
Pensions move to hike spending, youth burden - IMF

Pensions move to hike spending, youth burden - IMF

 
Rome
State drops appeal agst Davide Cervia damages

State drops appeal agst Davide Cervia damages

 
Treviso
Baby dies after dad slips on house steps

Baby dies after dad slips on house steps

 
Naples
Naples prosecutors probe waste trafficking

Naples prosecutors probe waste trafficking

 
Naples
Naples prosecutors probe waste trafficking

Naples prosecutors probe waste trafficking

 
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Rome

Genoa decree perhaps on Thursday - Toninelli

Minister see no problem to giving bridge contract to Fincantieri

Genoa decree perhaps on Thursday - Toninelli

Rome, September 11 - Transport and Infrastructure Minister Danilo Toninelli said Wednesday that a major decree for Genoa following last month's bridge-collapse disaster in which 43 people were killed may be presented to the cabinet on Thursday. On Tuesday Toninelli, a member of the 5-Star Movement (M5S), told the the Lower House's environment committee that the package would be presented on Friday and would contain "help for families with their mortgages and help for businesses with tax breaks". He said he saw no problem with directly awarding Fincantieri with the contract to building the viaduct that will replace the Morandi bridge without a tender, after reporting that the government was in talks with the European Commission to see whether this is possible. "It is an emergency case and there are positive grounds for there to be a waiver of the contracts code," he said.

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