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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

 
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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

 

Rome

Over 1 in 4 risk poverty or exclusion in Italy - ISTAT

But stats agency reports drop in extremely deprived households

Over 1 in 4 risk poverty or exclusion in Italy - ISTAT

Rome, December 6 - ISTAT said Thursday that it estimates that over one in four people in Italy were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2017. The statistics agency added, however, that the situation improved slightly last year with respect to 2016. It said the proportion of Italian residents considered 'at risk' dropped to 28.9%, down from 30% in 2016. ISTAT said that the percentage of people at risk of poverty went down from 20.6% to 20.3%. It said the percentage of those living in seriously deprived households dropped from 12.1% to 10.1%. ISTAT said that the income of the poorest 20% of the Italian population rose by 7.7% in real terms in 2016 with respect to the previous year, helping to reduce inequality. It said the earnings of the wealthiest 20% went up 1.9% in 2016 with respect to 2015. The statistics agency said the earnings of the wealthiest segment of the population were 5.9-times higher than those of the poorest, down from 6.3-times more previously.

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