Domenica 20 Ottobre 2019 | 02:29

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Volterra
Two more horses die in Volterra centre

Two more horses die in Volterra centre

 
Gallarate
Man arrested for 'racist' attack on black cleric

Man arrested for 'racist' attack on black cleric

 
La Spezia
9-mt pregnant woman forced off bus

9-mt pregnant woman forced off bus

 
Turin
Man shot to death near Turin

Man shot to death near Turin

 
Rome
Carriage horse falls on busy Rome street

Carriage horse falls on busy Rome street

 
Rome
RAI author Casimiro Lieto arrested for corruption

RAI author Casimiro Lieto arrested for corruption

 
Caserta
Police arrest Caserta man for revenge porn

Police arrest Caserta man for revenge porn

 
Milan
Child critical after falling down stairwell at school

Child critical after falling down stairwell at school

 
La Spezia
9-mt pregnant woman forced off bus

9-mt pregnant woman forced off bus

 
Milan
Child critical after falling down stairwell at school

Child critical after falling down stairwell at school

 
Brussels
Quota 100 is pillar of budget - Conte

Quota 100 is pillar of budget - Conte

 

Il Biancorosso

L'intervista
Bergossi sente la voce del cuore: «Bari hai tutto per tornare in B»

Bergossi sente la voce del cuore: «Bari hai tutto per tornare in B»

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

FoggiaL'incidente
Manfredonia, scontro frontale tra due auto: un morto e 4 feriti

Manfredonia, scontro frontale tra due auto: un morto e 4 feriti

 
TarantoMARINA MILITARE
Taranto, musica e solidarietà insiemesuccesso del concerto "Note d'autunno"

Taranto, musica e solidarietà insieme successo del concerto "Note d'autunno"

 
BrindisiIl sequestro
Ceglie Messapica, arrivano i Cc e nascondono fucile: arrestato padre e figlio

Ceglie Messapica, arrivano i Cc e nascondono fucile: arrestato padre e figlio

 
PotenzaDopo il blitz
Arresti a Potenza, l'inchiesta sulle mazzette si allarga a «Matera 90»

Arresti a Potenza, l'inchiesta sulle mazzette si allarga a «Matera 90»

 
LecceUn 67enne
Melendugno, gli sfugge motosega di mano: muore dissanguato

Melendugno, gli sfugge motosega di mano: muore dissanguato

 

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Milan

Ex Fiat, Alfa bosses cleared of asbestos deaths again

In 15 asbestos linked cancer deaths at Alfa's Arese plant

Ex Fiat, Alfa bosses cleared of asbestos deaths again

Milan, June 24 - The former top brass and managers of Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia were cleared again on appeal Monday of responsibility in the deaths of 15 workers who died of asbestos-linked tumours after exposure at the Alfa plant at Arese. The appeals judges confirmed the acquittals of former Fiat Auto CEO Paolo Cantarella, former Fiat president Giorgio Garuzzo, former Lancia Industriale president Pietro Fusaro and another two former Alfa CEOs. The case has dragged on for years. Among the others indicted was ex-Alfa chief executive Vincenzo Moro. All the former top Fiat executives, active in the 1990s, were facing multiple manslaughter charges. The Alfa Romeo plant in Arese is located in the northwestern periphery of Milan The prosecution claimed the workers's deaths, which took place from the year 2000 onward, were due to asbestos they inhaled due to allegedly inadequate protection in the 1980s and early 1990s. photo: Cantarella in archive pic

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