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Crotone
INPS official hospitalized for stress after comments outcry

INPS official hospitalized for stress after comments outcry

 
Rome
Half of basic income payments 300-700 euros - INPS

Half of basic income payments 300-700 euros - INPS

 
Rome
PD chief calls on Salvini-Di Maio to quit for snap vote

PD chief calls on Salvini-Di Maio to quit for snap vote

 
Rome
Italy-France working for Libya ceasefire - Moavero

Italy-France working for Libya ceasefire - Moavero

 
Catania
Jail breaker caught near Catania

Jail breaker caught near Catania

 
Rome
League in capital says it is against 'Save Rome' measures

League in capital says it is against 'Save Rome' measures

 
Rome
Cantone suggests Salvini is wrong on Siri case

Cantone suggests Salvini is wrong on Siri case

 
Venice
Elderly man stabs wife to death in Venice

Elderly man stabs wife to death in Venice

 
Turin
Soccer: Champions regret but great season - Allegri

Soccer: Champions regret but great season - Allegri

 
Rome
75 kids among 240 killed in Libya conflict - doctors

75 kids among 240 killed in Libya conflict - doctors

 
Rome
Swimmer Vergani tests positive for cannabis

Swimmer Vergani tests positive for cannabis

 

Il Biancorosso

IL COMMENTO
Il primo gradino di una scalache porta molto più in alto

Il primo gradino di una scala
che porta molto più in alto

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

FoggiaIl caso
Cerignola, beccato mentre smontava delle auto: arrestato 41enne

Cerignola, beccato mentre smontava delle auto: arrestato 41enne

 
LecceLa decisione
Lecce, accusati di aver causato morte 87enne: assolti 4 medici

Lecce, accusati di aver causato morte 87enne: assolti 4 medici

 
BrindisiIl batterio killer
Xylella, Cia annuncia: «in corso eradicazioni di 12 alberi nel Brindisino»

Xylella, Cia annuncia: «in corso eradicazioni di 12 alberi nel Brindisino»

 
TarantoA grottaglie (Ta)
Cinzella Festival: nella line-up anche gli Afterhours, oltre a Franz Ferdinand, Marlene Kuntz, White Lies

Cinzella Festival: nella line-up anche gli Afterhours, oltre a Franz Ferdinand, Marlene Kuntz, White Lies

 
Materavittima un materano
Compra iPhone 7 sul web a 200€, ma è una truffa: una denuncia

Compra iPhone 7 sul web a 200€, ma è una truffa: una denuncia

 
PotenzaL'annuncio
Fca, Melfi: sindacati, a maggio alcuni stop a produzione

Fca, Melfi: sindacati, a maggio alcuni stop a produzione

 
BatÈ incensurato
Andria, in casa un market della droga: arrestato 25enne

Andria, in casa un market della droga: arrestato 25enne

 

Milan

Salvini probed for kidnapping migrants

I'm in charge of border control tells Di Maio

Salvini probed for kidnapping migrants

Milan, April 15 - Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is under investigation for kidnapping migrants, Salvini himself said Monday. He said he is being probed for allegedly abducting migrants allegedly held on a ship stopped from landing in Siracusa from January 24 to 30 this year. Salvini said the prosecutor in the case, Carmelo Zuccaro, had filed to dismiss the case at the same time as he had submitted the charges. Earlier this year the Senate voted not to lift Salvini's parliamentary immunity to face charges in another alleged migrant kidnapping case. Salvini took the opportunity Monday to respond to fellow Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio who on Sunday said Italy's blockade of ports to NGO migrant rescue ships was "only temporary", sources said. Salvini said "I take the opportunity to reply to the minister: for me the ports will remain closed", reiterating his long-held stance. He said "I respect the work of the colleague Di Maio who is dealing with jobs, but on the issues of the control of borders and organised crime it's me who decides. "If minister Di Maio or (Defence Minister Elisabetta) Trenta think differently they should say so in cabinet and we'll have a frank discussion. "With me the ports will remain unavailably closed and sealed to the traffickers in human beings". At the weekend Di Maio and Trenta both warned of the prospect of a surge in migrants leaving Libya because of the conflict there. Trenta had said that "with the war in Libya, migrants become refugees". Trenta on Monday offered to explain international law that means that "those fleeing Libya today are refugees" to the League and far-right movements who have criticised her. "I see that today the League and some far-right movements have attacked your truly," she said. "I can invite them all to me, to the ministry, so I can explain to them a bit of international law and so they can perhaps understand what their aggressive tomes on Libya can produce," she said.

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