Domenica 24 Febbraio 2019 | 05:45

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Rome
Unvaccinated kids keep cancer survivor out of school

Unvaccinated kids keep cancer survivor out of school

 
Naples
>>>ANSA/ Cai Guo-Giang like a volcano at MANN in Naples

>>>ANSA/ Cai Guo-Giang like a volcano at MANN in Naples

 
Rome
Govt decree would allocate 10mn to milk crisis

Govt decree would allocate 10mn to milk crisis

 
Turin
We don't quit in tough times - Renzi

We don't quit in tough times - Renzi

 
Rome
Leaving EU doesn't give greater sovereignty - Draghi

Leaving EU doesn't give greater sovereignty - Draghi

 
Rome
75% of EU citizens back the euro - Draghi

75% of EU citizens back the euro - Draghi

 
Rome
Man arrested for knife attack on 11-yr-old boy

Man arrested for knife attack on 11-yr-old boy

 
Treviso
Drunk youths break bus driver's nose

Drunk youths break bus driver's nose

 
Turin
Sister watches over brother's body for three weeks

Sister watches over brother's body for three weeks

 
Rome
Racism flares with cases in Lombardy and Umbria

Racism flares with cases in Lombardy and Umbria

 
Rome
Franco Locatelli new head of Higher Health Council

Franco Locatelli new head of Higher Health Council

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

BariL'episodio
Black out durante la prima della Madama Butterfly a Bari, il cast rimane in scena senza luce

Black out durante la prima della Madama Butterfly a Bari, il cast rimane in scena senza luce

 
FoggiaPrimarie
Foggia, il centrodestra si misura per scegliere il candidato sindaco

Foggia, il centrodestra si misura per scegliere il candidato sindaco

 
PotenzaVoto il 24 marzo
Basilicata al voto, in corsa 5 aspiranti Governatori: centrosinistra a rischio

Basilicata al voto, in corsa 5 aspiranti Governatori: centrosinistra a rischio

 
BrindisiSan Pietro Vernotico
Scontro frontale nel Brindisino: muoiono 3 persone

Scontro frontale nel Brindisino:
muoiono 3 persone

 
LecceNel Salento
Perde il controllo dell'auto sulla Taviano-Matino: muore una 28enne

Perde il controllo dell'auto sulla Taviano-Matino: muore una 27enne

 
MateraA Tokyo
Matera 2019, il debutto in Giappone: «Investire sulla cultura»

Matera 2019, il debutto in Giappone: «Investire sulla cultura»

 
BatDavanti alla stazione
Barletta, rumeni ubriachi aggrediscono agenti: uno va in carcere

Barletta, rumeni ubriachi aggrediscono agenti: uno va in carcere

 

Rome

Tainted food kills 420,000 a year - FAO

600 mn ill - report at FAO-WHO-AU-WTP conference

Tainted food kills 420,000 a year - FAO

Rome, February 12 - Tainted food kills 420,000 people a year, the Food and Agriculture Organization said Tuesday. Food contaminated with bacteria, viruses, parasites, toxins or chemicals causes more than 600 million people to fall ill and 420, 000 to die worldwide every year, according to a report from the opening session of the First International Food Safety Conference, in Addis Ababa, organized by the African Union (AU), the FAO, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Trade Organization (WTO). Illness linked to unsafe food overloads healthcare systems and damages economies, trade and tourism, the report said. The impact of unsafe food costs low- and middle-income economies around $95 billion in lost productivity each year. Because of these threats, the report said, food safety must be a "paramount goal" at every stage of the food chain, from production to harvest, processing, storage, distribution, preparation and consumption, conference participants stressed. photo: FAO chief José Graziano Da Silva

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