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Rome
Collina says Armenia illegal adoption report is false

Collina says Armenia illegal adoption report is false

 
Rome
Salvini under fire over Nutella snub

Salvini under fire over Nutella snub

 
Rome
Fresh clashes within govt over 2020 Budget

Fresh clashes within govt over 2020 Budget

 
Rome
Month-on-month retail sales down in Oct - ISTAT

Month-on-month retail sales down in Oct - ISTAT

 
Rome
Most Italians look at smartphones 1st, last every day

Most Italians look at smartphones 1st, last every day

 
Rome
Most Italians see racism, anti-Semitism on the rise

Most Italians see racism, anti-Semitism on the rise

 
Varese
Teacher suspended for 'slapping, insulting nursery kids'

Teacher suspended for 'slapping, insulting nursery kids'

 
Florence
Man trapped and raped woman for month in chicken coop

Man trapped and raped woman for month in chicken coop

 
Rome
Most Italians against leaving EU - CENSIS report

Most Italians against leaving EU - CENSIS report

 
Florence
The story of the three sets of Florence Baptistery doors

The story of the three sets of Florence Baptistery doors

 
BERLINO

Germania: Esken (Spd), chi teme le elezioni non le vince

 

Il Biancorosso

L'intervista
Bari calcio, Strambelli: «La quadratura è raggiunta»

Bari calcio, Strambelli: «La quadratura è raggiunta»

 

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BariMaltempo
Bari, l'aereo non atterra per nebbia: rinviato concerto di Ranieri al Teatroteam

Bari, l'aereo non atterra per nebbia: rinviato concerto di Ranieri al Teatroteam

 
LecceIl provvedimento
Otranto, Comune non smonta i pontili: scatta il sequestro, via le barche entro un mese

Otranto, Comune non smonta i pontili: scatta il sequestro, via le barche entro un mese

 
TarantoLa decisione
Sava, baby gang vessava disabile: Riesame conferma misure cautelari

Sava, baby gang vessava disabile: Riesame conferma misure cautelari

 
PotenzaDal 7 dicembre
Tra Tito e Satriano di Lucania si accende l'albero più grande della Basilicata

Tra Tito e Satriano di Lucania si accende l'albero più grande della Basilicata

 
BrindisiIl 15 dicembre
Bomba a Brindisi, maxi evacuazione per 53mila persone: stop ad aerei e treni

Bomba a Brindisi, maxi evacuazione per 53mila persone: stop ad aerei e treni

 
BatIl posto fisso
Barletta, diventerà netturbino con 110 e lode in ingegneria edile: la storia

Barletta, diventerà netturbino con 110 e lode in ingegneria edile: la storia

 
FoggiaAeroporto
Foggia, Gino Lisa: iniziati i lavori di prolungamento della pista

Foggia, Gino Lisa: iniziati i lavori di prolungamento della pista

 
MateraIl colpo
Matera, arrestato bandito 26enne. Aveva un biglietto d'aereo pronto per partire

Matera, arrestato bandito 26enne: aveva un biglietto d'aereo pronto per partire

 

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Vatican City

Pope blasts weak climate-crisis response in COP 25 message

Targets are far from what is needed Francis tells conference

Pope blasts weak climate-crisis response in COP 25 message

Vatican City, December 4 - Pope Francis has blasted the international community's weak response to the climate crisis in his message to participants at the COP 25 United Nations Conference on Climate in Madrid. "On December 12, 2015, the COP 21 adopted the Paris Agreement, the implementation of which 'will require concerted commitment and generous dedication by each one'," read the message, which the Vatican released on Wednesday. "Its rapid entry into force, in less than a year, and the numerous meetings and debates aimed at reflecting on one of the main challenges for humanity, that of climate change, and at identifying the best ways to implement the Paris Agreement, showed a growing awareness on the part of the various actors of the international community of the importance and need to 'work together in building our common home'. "Sadly, after four years, we must admit that this awareness is still rather weak, unable to respond adequately to that strong sense of urgency for rapid action called for by the scientific data at our disposal, such as those described by the recent Special Reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). "These studies show that the current commitments made by States to mitigate and adapt to climate change are far from those actually needed to achieve the goals set by the Paris Agreement. "They demonstrate how far words are from concrete actions!"

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