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Milan
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Jessica Faoro's killer sentenced to life in prison

 
Rome
Soccer: Milan out of Europa League

Soccer: Milan out of Europa League

 
Rome
Budget measures won't change says Di Maio

Budget measures won't change says Di Maio

 
Sao Paulo
Brazilian court orders Battisti's arrest

Brazilian court orders Battisti's arrest

 
STOCCOLMA
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Svezia: parlamento respinge ancora formazione governo

 
PARIGI
Strasburgo: fine incubo Chekatt, lento ritorno a normalità

Strasburgo: fine incubo Chekatt, lento ritorno a normalità

 
Brussels
We have shared intention to reach budget deal - Moscovici

We have shared intention to reach budget deal - Moscovici

 
Rome
Juve appeal over Inter getting 2006 Serie A title rejected (2)

Juve appeal over Inter getting 2006 Serie A title rejected (2)

 
Milan
Soccer: Marotta appointed Inter CEO

Soccer: Marotta appointed Inter CEO

 
Rome
German fans clash with police before Lazio-Eintracht

German fans clash with police before Lazio-Eintracht

 
Rome
Italy bidding to host COP26 - Costa

Italy bidding to host COP26 - Costa

 

Roma

Italian will be able to leave Kuwait soon - ministry

Worker and Portuguese colleague caught up in company dispute

Italian will be able to leave Kuwait soon - ministry

Roma, December 7 - An Italian who had been prevented from leaving Kuwait because of a dispute involving the company he works for will soon be allowed to go home, the foreign ministry in Rome said on Friday. Andrea Urcioli, a employee of the CMC company, had been prevented from departing along with a Portuguese national, Ricardo Pinela. Both will be returning home shortly.

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