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Two killed in Reggio Emilia fire

Two killed in Reggio Emilia fire

 
Rome
Youth suspected of causing night-club disaster identified (2)

Youth suspected of causing night-club disaster identified (2)

 
Milan
Milan bourse recovers some ground, spread down

Milan bourse recovers some ground, spread down

 
Turin
Soccer: Former Torino boss Radice dies

Soccer: Former Torino boss Radice dies

 
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ALS suffering lawmaker quits M5S

ALS suffering lawmaker quits M5S

 
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Italy gripped by fear, rancor - report

Italy gripped by fear, rancor - report

 
Rome
Delrio proposes 'control room' to give PD single voice

Delrio proposes 'control room' to give PD single voice

 
Genoa
Soccer: Prandelli replaces Juric at Genoa (2)

Soccer: Prandelli replaces Juric at Genoa (2)

 
Rome
Users own, control their data-Facebook after Italian penalty

Users own, control their data-Facebook after Italian penalty

 
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Govt united, Tria in sync with executive - premier's office

Govt united, Tria in sync with executive - premier's office

 
Rome
Italian antitrust fines Facebook 10 mn

Italian antitrust fines Facebook 10 mn

 

Cocullo

Mayor in Abruzzo bans feeding stray cats

Animal activists up in arms

Mayor in Abruzzo bans feeding stray cats

Cocullo, September 18 - Sandro Chiocchio, mayor of the town of Cocullo in the Abruzzo region, has issued an ordinance banning people from feeding stray cats there, in an attempt to curb the spread of the cats' waste on the streets of the historic centre. "Citizen complaints have increased; they are literally nauseated by the terrible smell spread by the cat droppings everywhere," Chiocchio said. Walter Caporale, president of the non-profit Italian Animal Activists, said if Chiocchio doesn't revoke the ordinance, the association will sue him for animal abuse.

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