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Rome
Leda and the Swan fresco discovered in Pompeii

Leda and the Swan fresco discovered in Pompeii

 
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

 
Gazzettaffari - Portale di annunci de La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

Turin

Bray says quitting Turin Book Fair

Set to make move official in next few days

Bray says quitting Turin Book Fair

Turin, September 12 - Former culture minister Massimo Bray said Wednesday he had decided to resign as president of the Turin Book Fair. Confirming recent reports, Bray reportedly told Piedmont Governor Sergio Chiamparino and Turin Mayor Chiara Appendino that he was thinking of stepping down. Sources said Bray's resignation could become official in the next few days, so as to enable local institutions to proceed to naming a replacement. Bray presided over the 31st edition of the fair last May. The event has mostly shrugged off competition from a new rival fair in Milan.

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