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Proposal to replace Totocalcio-Totogol soccer pools

Proposal to replace Totocalcio-Totogol soccer pools

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

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

 
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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

 
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Car torched outside home of cop who arrested Riina

Car torched outside home of cop who arrested Riina

 
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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

 
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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

Delrio proposes 'control room' to give PD single voice

Former transport minister takes part in ANSA Forum

Delrio proposes 'control room' to give PD single voice

Rome, December 7 - Former Transport Minister and senior Democratic Party (PD) member Graziano Delrio on Friday said that the opposition centre-left group should set up a 'control room' to give it a single voice during the current period of transition. "There needs to be a union, a control room made up of the candidates for (next year's) congress, President (Matteo) Orfini and the parliamentary whips," Delrio told a ANSA Forum. "The control room should address the country's main problems with a single voice". The PD is still reeling after suffering its worst-ever showing in March's general election. Former interior minister Marco Minniti announced in an interview published in Thursday's edition of La Repubblica that he was pulling out of the PD's leadership primaries. The other main candidates for the March 3 primaries are Lazio Governor Nicola Zingaretti and former agriculture minister Maurizio Martina, who was caretaker PD leader after the election debacle. There has been speculation that ex-premier and former PD leader Matteo Renzi could break away to form a new party. Renzi has denied this.

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