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Patient's bed found crawling with ants

Patient's bed found crawling with ants

 
Abu Dhabi
Francesco De Gregori wows Abu Dhabi

Francesco De Gregori wows Abu Dhabi

 
Rome
300 refs attacked this year, madness - Salvini

300 refs attacked this year, madness - Salvini

 
Milan
IKEA mum firing upheld

IKEA mum firing upheld

 
Rome
Press freedom great value says Mattarella

Press freedom great value says Mattarella

 
Strasbourg
Proud of being journalist says Tajani

Proud of being journalist says Tajani

 
Palermo
We want Libyans to decide their future - Conte

We want Libyans to decide their future - Conte

 
Rome
'Level 100' pensions won't spur youth hirings-Boccia

'Level 100' pensions won't spur youth hirings-Boccia

 
Milan
Berlusconi Publitalia probe shelved

Berlusconi Publitalia probe shelved

 
Rome
Growth forecasts too optimistic - Boccia

Growth forecasts too optimistic - Boccia

 
Rome
Academic qualifications not under review - minister

Academic qualifications not under review - minister

 
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Vienna

OK to migrant deal if Germany helps on Sophia - Salvini

Minister says will sign agreement if its favourable to Italy

OK to migrant deal if Germany helps on Sophia - Salvini

Vienna, September 14 - Italian Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said Friday that he was ready to sign an agreement with Germany on the return of migrants if Berlin help it get the terms of the Sophia mission in the Mediterranean overhauled. Salvini, who has spearheaded the new government's tough stance on migration which has seen NGO-run rescue ships denied access to Italy's ports, says Sophia placed too much of the burden for receiving asylum seekers saved at sea on Italy. The German government said that it reached a deal with Rome for the return of migrants registered in Italy at the German border but Salvini said Thursday that the agreement has not yet been finalised. "The agreement with Germany, which I have not signed yet, will be limited to November and will be at zero cost," Salvini said regarding the deal that would see Germany accepting one rescued migrant from Italy for each one it turns back. "It won't regard past cases and it will be signed if Germany gives us a hand on changing the rules of the Sophia mission, which, because of the government of (ex-premier Matteo) Renzi, has seen 45,000 people disembark in Italy. "I'm ready to sign, but it must be favourable to us".

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