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Rome
Proposal to replace Totocalcio-Totogol soccer pools

Proposal to replace Totocalcio-Totogol soccer pools

 
Rome
>>>ANSA/ UNICEF says 1 in 4 children chronically malnourished

>>>ANSA/ UNICEF says 1 in 4 children chronically malnourished

 
Rome
PD presents petition against RAI news appointments

PD presents petition against RAI news appointments

 
Rome
Colosseum visitors up to 7.4 mn in 2018

Colosseum visitors up to 7.4 mn in 2018

 
Rome
Car torched outside home of cop who arrested Riina

Car torched outside home of cop who arrested Riina

 
Rome
Plan to use army to fix Rome potholes runs into trouble

Plan to use army to fix Rome potholes runs into trouble

 
Rome
Italians have little faith in political parties -ISTAT

Italians have little faith in political parties -ISTAT

 
Rome
School dropout rate up, 1 in 4 young are 'NEETs'-ISTAT

School dropout rate up, 1 in 4 young are 'NEETs'-ISTAT

 
Sorbolo
Mafia will be wiped out within a few years - Salvini

Mafia will be wiped out within a few years - Salvini

 
Genoa
Salini-Fincantieri-Italferr to build new Genoa bridge

Salini-Fincantieri-Italferr to build new Genoa bridge

 
Brasilia
Battisti may have left Brazil - minister

Battisti may have left Brazil - minister

 

Milan

No one came to get me says Pakistani woman (5)

Menoona Safdar back in Italy after arranged marriage foiled

No one came to get me says Pakistani woman  (5)

Milan, September 21 - A Pakistani woman whose arranged marriage in Pakistan was stopped by the Italian government said Friday she had slept in a hotel near Malpensa Airport and "no one came to get me". "I'm very happy to come back to Italy," 23-year-old Menoona Safdar told ANSA. "Last night I slept in a hotel, near Malpensa Airport. No one came to get me". She said "I didn't sleep much, I was very agitated but the return trip went well." On Friday Safdar saw her relatives but then left to go into a community home. Safdar had appealed for help to her old school after she was forced to return to Pakistan by her father to marry a man chosen by her family. The young woman said her father didn't reveal to her the real reason why he had taken her back to their country of origin until they had arrived. "Please help me, my future is in Italy", the young woman reportedly wrote, saying her documents were confiscated by family members upon arrival. "My father forced me to leave before I could finish my fourth year" of high school and "I know one of the professors was asking where I was". Italian Foreign Minister Enzo Moavero Milanesi announced on Thursday that Safdar was returning to Italy. Moavero expressed "great satisfaction" at the outcome of the case and said Safdar had already boarded a flight for Italy and was travelling back. The Italian foreign ministry said "the positive outcome, which ended a grave violation of the fundamental rights of the young woman, was rendered possible by the personal involvement of the minister" and the "effective action of our embassy in Islamabad, in close contact with the Farnesina (the foreign ministry)".

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