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Rome
State drops appeal agst Davide Cervia damages +RPT+ (3)

State drops appeal agst Davide Cervia damages +RPT+ (3)

 
Rome
GDP 1.1% in 2018-2020, then will fall - IMF

GDP 1.1% in 2018-2020, then will fall - IMF

 
Catania
7 doctors indicted for miscarriage woman's death

7 doctors indicted for miscarriage woman's death

 
Milan
Homeless man killed with bicycle blows

Homeless man killed with bicycle blows

 
Bologna
Boy, 12, calls cops on rowing parents

Boy, 12, calls cops on rowing parents

 
Rome
Coats are making a comeback this winter

Coats are making a comeback this winter

 
Berlin
Can't criticise Rome over basic income - Scholz

Can't criticise Rome over basic income - Scholz

 
Rome
State drops appeal agst Davide Cervia damages

State drops appeal agst Davide Cervia damages

 
Pisa
Man abducts, rapes woman in Pisa

Man abducts, rapes woman in Pisa

 
Pescara
7 clock-in cheats nabbed

7 clock-in cheats nabbed

 
Caserta
Man gets 6 yrs for raping wife

Man gets 6 yrs for raping wife

 
Gazzettaffari - Portale di annunci de La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

Rome

Italy on orange alert for weather in four regions

Temperatures expected to rise on Tuesday

Italy on orange alert for weather in four regions

Rome, October 22 - The Italian Civil Protection department has issued an orange warning for bad weather in four regions of the country, with nearly the entire south under a yellow warning, according to Epson Meteo weather service. It said the Civil Protection has issued "moderately critical" (orange) warnings for storm risk in Basilicata and Molise and hydrogeological risk in Campania and Puglia. A yellow alert is in place for storm, flooding, and hydrogeological risk in Abruzzo, Calabria, Lazio, Molise, Puglia and Sicily. Temperatures are expected to rise on Tuesday. Italy was lashed by hail and rain on Sunday night and Monday morning, causing flooding, fallen trees, stranded drivers, and in Rome, snow-like road surfaces in some areas. Farmers' association Coldiretti called it a "calamity for Italian farming" with millions of euros in losses. It said hailstorms are the most feared weather event this time of year due to their ability to wipe out an entire year's harvest in a matter of minutes. It said in the region of Lazio, violent hailstorms in Palombara and Nerola destroyed the last of the olives that had survived the spring freeze. In Benevento, in the region of Campania, as well as in Pescara, in the Abruzzo region, schools were ordered closed on Monday due to the heavy rainfall. On the island of Capri, flooding and high winds led to a downed tree and a collapsed wall, but vessels were still running to the island on Monday, despite high winds. Firefighters in Palermo worked to clear downed trees and assist stranded motorists due to flooding.

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