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ROME
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ROME
Italy's GDP to rise 5.9% in 2021, 4.1% next year - OECD

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ROME
Criminals won't get hands on EU Recovery Fund cash - Draghi

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Rome fatal hit-and-run driver arrested

Three killed in A4 motorway crash

Rome fatal hit-and-run driver arrested

(supersedes previous)Milan, January 29 - Police on Friday arrested a hit-and-run driver who caused the death of a 51-year-old motorcyclist on Rome's Grande Raccordo Anulare ringroad earlier in the day. Francesco Ercolani, 47, was charged with manslaughter and failing to assist. He parked his car in a garage and went to work after the fatal crash, police said. Also on Friday, ANSA sources said three people were killed and several were injured in a crash on the A4 Milan-Brescia motorway. The accident occurred at approximately 1:30 local time in the province of Bergamo. According to initial reports, the fatalities were caused when a vehicle smashed into the back of a queue caused by a previous accident involving six cars. The dead are said to be three people in their 20s from Castelfranco Veneto who were in one of the cars in the queue.

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