Giovedì 22 Agosto 2019 | 04:28

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Florence
Soccer: Ribery joins Fiorentina from Bayern

Soccer: Ribery joins Fiorentina from Bayern

 
Rome
Body of man who drowned in Castel Gandolfo lake recovered

Body of man who drowned in Castel Gandolfo lake recovered

 
Rome
Mattarella sees Casellati, Fico, phones Napolitano

Mattarella sees Casellati, Fico, phones Napolitano

 
Berlin
Leaving the euro would be good for Italy - Borghi

Leaving the euro would be good for Italy - Borghi

 
Salerno
French hiker died of 'haemorrhagic shock'

French hiker died of 'haemorrhagic shock'

 
Vatican City
Beware hypocrisy, actions speak louder than words - pope

Beware hypocrisy, actions speak louder than words - pope

 
Aosta
Woman climber dies on Matterhorn

Woman climber dies on Matterhorn

 
Rome
Full-term govt or elections says PD chief Zingaretti

Full-term govt or elections says PD chief Zingaretti

 
Rome
Can't join Conte #2 says Zingaretti

Can't join Conte #2 says Zingaretti

 
Rome
Roman salutes as Lazio ultra coffin arrives

Roman salutes as Lazio ultra coffin arrives

 
Berlin
Leaving the euro would be good for Italy - Borghi

Leaving the euro would be good for Italy - Borghi

 

Il Biancorosso

L'ANALISI
Bari, Antenucci il punto fermochi lo affiancherà domenica?

Bari, Antenucci il punto fermo, chi lo affiancherà domenica?

 

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PotenzaI controlli
Laghi di Monticchio, chiuso ristorante: aveva lavoratore in nero

Laghi di Monticchio, chiuso ristorante: aveva lavoratore in nero

 
TarantoDomenico Bello
Mottola, trovato morto dopo 9 giorni 32enne scomparso

Mottola, trovato morto dopo 9 giorni 32enne scomparso

 
MateraLe fiamme
Montescaglioso, incendio nei boschi domato con 20 lanci dei Canadair

Montescaglioso, incendio nei boschi domato con 20 lanci dei Canadair

 
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Bari, bimbo di 3 anni scivola da scoglio e rischia di annegare: è grave

Bari, bimbo di 3 anni scivola da scoglio e rischia di annegare: è grave

 
LecceMusica
Notte Taranta, domani a Martano l'ultima tappa del festival itinerante

Notte Taranta, con Aqp il Concertone sarà più green e plastic free

 
BrindisiPoi donato in beneficienza
Brindisi, pesce troppo piccolo: sequestrati 120 kg dalla Guardia Costiera

Brindisi, pesce troppo piccolo: sequestrati 120 kg dalla Guardia Costiera

 
BatL'operazione dei cc
Trani, trovato con una pistola e 1,5 grammi di cocaina: arrestato

Trani, trovato con una pistola e 1,5 grammi di cocaina: arrestato

 
FoggiaL'idea di due gelatai
Zapponeta, per preparare gelati usano la bava di lumaca invece dell’acqua

Zapponeta, per preparare gelati bava di lumaca al posto dell’acqua

 

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Rome

TAR lifts NGO migrant rescue ship entry ban irking Salvini

Open Arms heading for nearest safe port

TAR lifts NGO migrant rescue ship entry ban irking Salvini

Rome, August 14 - The regional administrative court (TAR) of Lazio on Wednesday lifted a ban on NGO migrant rescue ship Open Arms entering Italian waters, sparking the ire of Interior Minister and anti-migrant League leader Matteo Salvini who is enforcing a closed ports policy. The TAR said the NGO's contention that Salvini's policy breached international rescue norms was "not unfounded". The decision was announced by the Spanish NGO. It said it was now heading for the closest safe port to safeguard the rights of the 147 migrants on board who have been on board for 13 days since being picked up off Libya. The TAR cited in its ruling the "situation of exceptional gravity and urgency" aboard the ship after viewing medical and psychological reports. Premier Giuseppe Conte wrote a letter to Salvini Wednesday morning urging him to let minors from the Open Arms land. Salvini reacted by saying he would sign an order again banning the Open Arms from landing its migrants in Italy. "In the next few hours I will sign my No because I don't want to be an accomplice of migrant traffickers," he said. "Tell me if it isn't a strange country where a a Spanish ship in Maltese waters can resort to an administrative court to ask to land in Italy. "There is a plan to go backwards in time and reopen Italian ports, to turn our country into Europe's refugee camp. "But I'm not going back in time". Salvini also said no to a possible "unnatural pact" between former ally the 5-Star Movement (M5S) and the centre-left opposition Democratic Party (PD) to reopen Italy's ports to NGO migrant rescue ships. "We will be careful over the coming days that an unnatural alliance is not created in Rome, a couple against nature between the PD and the 5 Stars, between (ex-premier and former PD leader Matteo) Renzi and (M5S founder and comic Beppe) Grillo, to reopen Italian ports," he said. "We will try to oppose with all energy we have in our bodies so that decent people arrive in Italy, but we can send back home the too many criminals that the Left has allowed in". Salvini sparked a government crisis last week by filing a no confidence motion in Conte after a dramatic split with the M5S on votes on a highspeed rail line between Turin and Lyon.

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