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Treviso
Drunk youths break bus driver's nose

Drunk youths break bus driver's nose

 
Turin
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Sister watches over brother's body for three weeks

 
Rome
Racism flares with cases in Lombardy and Umbria

Racism flares with cases in Lombardy and Umbria

 
Rome
Franco Locatelli new head of Higher Health Council

Franco Locatelli new head of Higher Health Council

 
Rome
Diciotti migrants have filed two petitions

Diciotti migrants have filed two petitions

 
Rome
Tax dodgers shd pay,lower punishment threshold-Di Maio

Tax dodgers shd pay,lower punishment threshold-Di Maio

 
Rome
Decaro says funding problem solved thanks to Conte

Decaro says funding problem solved thanks to Conte

 
Vatican City
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Stop temptation to save ourselves on abuse pope tweets

 
Rome
Rugby: Italy make five changes for Ireland clash

Rugby: Italy make five changes for Ireland clash

 
Rome
Racism flares with cases in Lombardy and Umbria

Racism flares with cases in Lombardy and Umbria

 
Rome
Germany court OKs arrest of Thyssen managers

Germany court OKs arrest of Thyssen managers

 

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Rome

Political language mustn't create space for racism-UNHCR

Libya isn't safe place for migrants to return to says Grandi

Political language mustn't create space for racism-UNHCR

Rome, September 14 - Filippo Grandi, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, on Friday called on politicians in Italy and elsewhere not to use rhetoric that can foment racism. "I make an appeal to everyone to avoid political language that creates space for racist attitudes," Grandi told a news conference at the end a visit to Italy, which featured meetings with officials including Premier Giuseppe Conte and Interior Minister and Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini. "I'm not accusing anyone, but political language has become very aggressive, not just in Italy, and it can give space to latent tendencies in society to transfer tensions to migrants and refugees". He also said that migrants rescued at sea should not be returned to Libya, saying it was not safe. "People are in abominable conditions in many detention camps (there)," Grandi said.

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