Domenica 16 Dicembre 2018 | 02:18

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Paris
Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
Paris
Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
Brussels
Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

 
Paris
Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
Brussels
Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

 
Rome
Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

 
Rome
Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

 
Rome
Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

 
Rome
Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

 
Rome
Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

 
Rome
Some school canteens a 'horror film', health minister says

Some school canteens a 'horror film', health minister says

 

Milan

IKEA mum firing upheld

Rejects woman's discrimination suit

IKEA mum firing upheld

Milan, November 12 - A Milan labour judge on Monday upheld a sentence finding IKEA had acted correctly in sacking a separated mother of two including one disabled kid who argued she was unable to start work at 7 a.m.. Rejecting the mother's appeal that the sentence had been "discriminatory", the judge said "the disciplinarily relevant facts contested by the employer have been fully confirmed". In April Italy's biggest and most leftwing union CGIL appealed against the original sentence. When she was sacked a year ago, co-workers came out for two hours in solidarity with the woman, 39-year-old Marica Ricutti, and have since taken further action. Filing the appeal, Filcams CGIL chief Marco Beretta said the unions was "dumbfounded" by a Milan judge's ruling. "We will go forward in our legal battle," he said, "because in this case the interests of a multinational were safeguarded, placing them ahead of the needs of a worker". The Filcams CGIL chief said the case was one of "gender discrimination". The judge ruled that the woman's actions had been "so serious as to damage the relationship of trust between employer and employee, allowing the adoption of a (firing)." This verdict was confirmed by the labour judge on Monday. The case has received broad coverage in the Italian media. Much of the coverage has been sympathetic to the woamn.

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