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SASSARI
Puigdemont can leave Sardinia, extradition issue pending

Puigdemont can leave Sardinia, extradition issue pending

 
ROME
COVID: 3,797 new cases, 52 more victims

COVID: 3,797 new cases, 52 more victims

 
Cairo
Zaki: most serious charges still standing says lawyer

Zaki: most serious charges still standing says lawyer

 
SASSARI
Puigdemont must stay in Sardinia, extradition issue pending

Puigdemont must stay in Sardinia, extradition issue pending

 
POTENZA
COVID: heads of 2 care homes indicted for 22 deaths

COVID: heads of 2 care homes indicted for 22 deaths

 
ROME
Govt workers to return to office Oct 15

Govt workers to return to office Oct 15

 
ROME
Rekindle Global Fund spirit after COVID says Draghi

Rekindle Global Fund spirit after COVID says Draghi

 
FLORENCE
Restoration of Michelangelo's 2nd Pietà completed

Restoration of Michelangelo's 2nd Pietà completed

 
ROME
Alitalia protesters block Rome-Fiumicino highway

Alitalia protesters block Rome-Fiumicino highway

 
BRUSSELS
Italy not reversing brain drain

Italy not reversing brain drain

 
ROME
Murder probe after TV director Manni found dead

Murder probe after TV director Manni found dead

 

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Codacons to sue over Rouhani statues issue

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Codacons to sue over Rouhani statues issue

(see related)Rome, January 27 - Codacons consumer association said Wednesday whoever decided to cover up 'nude' statues during a visit by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani should be sacked. "They seriously damaged the honor and image of Rome and the whole of Italy," Codacons said in a statement, adding it will sue in the Audit Court for the expenses of covering the statues to be charged to the decision-makers and not the taxpayers. Also on Wednesday, the House and Senate caucuses of the anti-establishment, anti-euro 5-Star Movement (M5S) said they will put a parliamentary question to the government over the statues. "All they had to do, if they wanted to respect the modesty and morality of President Rouhani and the Iranian people, was change the itinerary," the caucuses said in a statement. "Instead, the... government opted to prostrate itself".

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