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Albenga (Savona)
Senior tries to murder carer, then kills self

Senior tries to murder carer, then kills self

 
Rome
Clampdown on pirate TV streaming platforms

Clampdown on pirate TV streaming platforms

 
Rome
Climate decree to boost unpackaged food and soaps

Climate decree to boost unpackaged food and soaps

 
Rome
Man gets life for causing fire that killed 3 sisters

Man gets life for causing fire that killed 3 sisters

 
Rome
Industrial orders and turnover down in July

Industrial orders and turnover down in July

 
Rome
Asylum applications in Italy down by half in 2018-OECD

Asylum applications in Italy down by half in 2018-OECD

 
Rome
Govt wants lower taxes, finances in order - Conte

Govt wants lower taxes, finances in order - Conte

 
Naples
Soccer: Napoli in raptures after sinking Liverpool

Soccer: Napoli in raptures after sinking Liverpool

 
Venice
Three killed in speedboat crash in Venice lagoon

Three killed in speedboat crash in Venice lagoon

 
Bolzano
Police arrest mother after baby found dead

Police arrest mother after baby found dead

 
Rome
Castellucci resigns Atlantia 'in everyone's best interest'

Castellucci resigns Atlantia 'in everyone's best interest'

 

Il Biancorosso

Serie C
Il Bari non sa vestirsi da Grande: Cornacchini all'ultimo esame

Il Bari non sa vestirsi da Grande: Cornacchini all'ultimo esame

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

Foggianel foggiano
Cerignola, polizia scopre autorimessa centrale del riciclaggio: 3 arresti

Cerignola, polizia scopre autorimessa centrale del riciclaggio: 3 arresti

 
BariL'inchiesta
Carbonara, medici in trincea. Lo sfogo del direttore: «Nessuna regola, tante aggressioni»

Carbonara, medici in trincea. Lo sfogo del direttore: «Nessuna regola, tante aggressioni»

 
PotenzaTragedia sfiorata
Potenza, in fiamme bus pieno di studenti: tutti illesi, danni a 3 auto

Potenza, in fiamme bus pieno di studenti: tutti illesi, danni a 3 auto

 
LecceTragedia sfiorata
Melendugno, piccolo aereo atterra su muretto a secco: 2 feriti

Melendugno, piccolo aereo si schianta contro muretto a secco: 2 feriti

 
TarantoL'operazione
Taranto, Polstrada scopre officina abusiva a Lama: sanzioni e sequestri

Taranto, Polstrada scopre officina abusiva a Lama: sanzioni e sequestri

 
BatNordbarese
Scontro treni Ferrotramviaria: Tribunale rigetta patteggiamento capostazione

Scontro treni Ferrotramviaria: Tribunale rigetta patteggiamento capostazione

 
BrindisiNel Brindisino
Villa Castelli, il paese festeggia la prima unione civile

Villa Castelli, il paese festeggia la prima unione civile

 
MateraPreso dai Cc
Tito, ai domiciliari ma spacciava: n cella un 49enne

Tito, ai domiciliari ma spacciava: in cella un 49enne

 

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Rome

Renew Radio Radicale convention says media watchdog

Govt announced convention would not be renewed

Renew Radio Radicale convention says media watchdog

Rome, April 23 - The government should renew Radio Radicale's convention to cover parliamentary debates, media watchdog AGCOM said Tuesday. The government recently said it would not be renewing the convention, sparking protests from the opposition. AGCOM said in light of the government's announcement, the government should set up procedures to task a broadcaster to cover parliamentary debates. Failing that, and pending a "comprehensive" reform of the coverage, it said Radio Radicale's convention should be extended. Last week Premier Giuseppe Conte said that the possible removal of Radio Radicale's public funding for its coverage of parliamentary debates and other political stories was not imminent. "A three-year plan was done for Radio Radicale and that is valid as a transitional regime," Conte said, adding that a final decision will be made at the end of a consultation process for a reform of Italian media. The historic Radical Party broadcaster, however, said that the three-year plan Conte referred to does not apply to it and said the 2019 budget law had ended its convention for parliamentary work from May and had removed all its public funding as of January 1, 2020. RAI CEO Fabrizio Salini said that the State broadcaster may intervene. "There have been meetings with Radio Radicale and we are aware of the value of the Radio Radicale archive," Salini told the public broadcaster's parliamentary oversight body. "There hasn't been a positive outcome so far, but we suggested another meeting and there could be concrete proposals from us".

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