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Migrant repatriations to Tunisia to resume Aug 10

Migrant repatriations to Tunisia to resume Aug 10

 
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Wildfire approaches residential area of L'Aquila

Wildfire approaches residential area of L'Aquila

 
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Man fighting for life after acid attack, wife arrested

Man fighting for life after acid attack, wife arrested

 
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Austrian tourist who damaged Canova sculpture identified

Austrian tourist who damaged Canova sculpture identified

 
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First 250 migrants board Lampedusa quarantine ship

First 250 migrants board Lampedusa quarantine ship

 
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Mother, child missing after road accident in Sicily

Mother, child missing after road accident in Sicily

 
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>>>ANSA/ Victims mourned as new Genoa bridge inaugurated

>>>ANSA/ Victims mourned as new Genoa bridge inaugurated

 
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Coronavirus: 159 new cases in Italy, 12 more deaths

Coronavirus: 159 new cases in Italy, 12 more deaths

 
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Coronavirus: tests suggest 1.4m in Italy have antibodies

Coronavirus: tests suggest 1.4m in Italy have antibodies

 
ROME
Homophobia bill reaches floor of Lower House

Homophobia bill reaches floor of Lower House

 
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Coronavirus: confusion continues for train passengers

Coronavirus: confusion continues for train passengers

 

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Bari, una panchina per 4: Vivarini in pole position

 

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Caso Orlandi, l'Unisalento studia gli ultimi reperti

 
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Bari, scuole in crisi ma dalla ministra solo promesse

 
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Genzano di Lucania, distretto G: al via lavori da 50 milioni

 
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I migranti all'Old West di Ferrandina: chi scappa dalla fame, chi dalla Siria

 
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Taranto, gruista morto: riparte l'indagine

 
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Cerignola, auto fuori strada nella notte: muore 21enne, salvi due amici

 
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Brindisi, brucia rifiuti illegalmente: denunciato dai Forestali

 

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Mobile phone use can cause cancer - ruling

Turin court's decision set to reopen debate

Mobile phone use can cause cancer - ruling

Turin, January 14 - The prolonged use of mobile telephones can cause tumours in the head, according to a ruling by Turin's Appeals Court on Tuesday. The court upheld a 2017 decision by a lower court in the town of Ivrea regarding the case of a Telecom Italia employee hit by an acoustic-nerve neuroma. The ruling will reopen the debate about whether there is a link between mobile-phone use and cancer. A report last summer compiled by Italy's Higher Health Institute together with several other agencies said that there is no evidence that prolonged use of mobile phones raises the risk of malign or benign tumours over a 10-year period. But the report also stressed that there was a lack of data about "the effects of long-term use of cell phones that started during childhood".

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