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Vatican City
Listen to young climate strikers says Vatican

Listen to young climate strikers says Vatican

 
Genoa
Probe in Genoa protest and how it was policed

Probe in Genoa protest and how it was policed

 
Rome
Salvini, Di Maio spar as campaign wraps up

Salvini, Di Maio spar as campaign wraps up

 
Recanati (Macerata)
Flashmob celebrates 200th anniversary of Leopardi's Infinito

Flashmob celebrates 200th anniversary of Leopardi's Infinito

 
While families' environmental
Sustainable homes are the trend of the future

Sustainable homes are the trend of the future

 
Rome
New Brexit referendum would be a mistake - UK envoy

New Brexit referendum would be a mistake - UK envoy

 
Rome
Still time to avoid no-deal Brexit says British ambassador

Still time to avoid no-deal Brexit says British ambassador

 
Pinerolo
Giro: Benedetti wins 12th stage, Polanc takes pink jersey

Giro: Benedetti wins 12th stage, Polanc takes pink jersey

 
Rome
Soccer: Man City official dismisses Guardiola-Juve report

Soccer: Man City official dismisses Guardiola-Juve report

 
Rome
Immigration should be EU's top priority - Moavero (2)

Immigration should be EU's top priority - Moavero (2)

 
Scooters
Market faces challenge of new forms of transport

Market faces challenge of new forms of transport

 

Il Biancorosso

L'INTERVISTA
Bellinazzo.: "Il Bari in serie A un affareVarrebbe tra i 70 e gli 80 milioni di euro"

Bellinazzo: «Bari in serie A un affare tra i 70 e gli 80 mln di euro»

 

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BariI fatti nel 2013
Bari, morì per emorragia dopo intervento al cuore: assolto cardiologo

Bari, morì per emorragia dopo intervento al cuore: assolto cardiologo

 
BatOrrore nella Bat
Andria: molestie sessuali e foto osé a bimbo di 11 anni, arrestato 22enne

Andria: molestie sessuali e foto osé a bimbo di 11 anni, arrestato 22enne

 
TarantoDalla polizia
Taranto, ferì uomo davanti a circolo, arrestato 27enne

Taranto, ferì uomo davanti a circolo, arrestato 27enne

 
BrindisiLa segnalazione
Brindisi: cous-cous a mensa, i genitori protestano

Brindisi: cous-cous a mensa, i genitori protestano

 
LecceMelendugno
Tap, su tracciato nuovo progetto spuntano coralli: verifiche

Tap, su tracciato nuovo progetto spuntano coralli: verifiche

 
MateraSanità
Ospedale Tinchi, il nuovo assessore si vergogna: non è dignitoso

Ospedale Tinchi, nuovo assessore si vergogna: non è dignitoso

 
PotenzaStatale 653
Sinnica, riaperto dopo 3 mesi il tratto di Senise chiuso per frana

Sinnica, riaperto dopo 3 mesi il tratto di Senise chiuso per frana

 

i più letti

Never been a pen pusher says Conte

Can't say anything abt Siri till I've spoken to him - PM

Never been a pen pusher says Conte

(ANSA) - Rome, April 24 - Premier Giuseppe Conte said Wednesday he had never been a pen pusher, repeating a retort he made to Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini during a heated cabinet meeting Tuesday night. Amid continued tension between government partners the League and the 5-Star Movement (M5S), Conte said "fractures are repaired through talks". On League Transport Undersecretary Armando Siri, under investigation for allegedly taking a bribe from a Sicilian windfarm king allegedly linked to Cosa Nostra's No.1 fugitive Matteo Messina Denaro, Conte said "I can't say anything until I've spoken to him". The M5S have been demanding Siri step down to prove his innocence while League leader Matteo Salvini has strenuously defended Siri, who has not been charged and denies ever meeting wind power entrepreneur Vito Nicastri. Conte said the M5S position on Siri resigning was "legitimate" and similar to the one Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio's movement had taken on a Rome council head of assembly, Marcello De Vito, whom the M5S has ejected. Conte said "I will listen to undersecretary Siri, I will look him in the eye and I will make my decisions taking into account the principle of presumed innocence to which I am very sensitive as a lawyer. "But I stress there is a principle of public ethics, for which it is possible to take a political decision before a definitive sentence". Salvini said neither he nor Conte were judges. "I'm waiting for the judiciary. We are in a civilised country where you aren't guilty or innocent on the basis of a glance. "Neither or nor the premier are working as judges, lawyers ort magistrates".

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