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Puigdemont can leave Sardinia, extradition issue pending

Puigdemont can leave Sardinia, extradition issue pending

 
ROME
COVID: 3,797 new cases, 52 more victims

COVID: 3,797 new cases, 52 more victims

 
Cairo
Zaki: most serious charges still standing says lawyer

Zaki: most serious charges still standing says lawyer

 
SASSARI
Puigdemont must stay in Sardinia, extradition issue pending

Puigdemont must stay in Sardinia, extradition issue pending

 
POTENZA
COVID: heads of 2 care homes indicted for 22 deaths

COVID: heads of 2 care homes indicted for 22 deaths

 
ROME
Govt workers to return to office Oct 15

Govt workers to return to office Oct 15

 
ROME
Rekindle Global Fund spirit after COVID says Draghi

Rekindle Global Fund spirit after COVID says Draghi

 
FLORENCE
Restoration of Michelangelo's 2nd Pietà completed

Restoration of Michelangelo's 2nd Pietà completed

 
ROME
Alitalia protesters block Rome-Fiumicino highway

Alitalia protesters block Rome-Fiumicino highway

 
BRUSSELS
Italy not reversing brain drain

Italy not reversing brain drain

 
ROME
Murder probe after TV director Manni found dead

Murder probe after TV director Manni found dead

 

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Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

 

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Segre blasts vaccine-Shoah comparisons

Mix of bad taste and ignorance says Holocaust survivor

Segre blasts vaccine-Shoah comparisons

ROME, JUL 26 - Holocaust survivor and Life Senator Liliana Segre has blasted people who have compared COVID-19 vaccinations to the persecution of Jews by the Nazis. The 90-year-old told Jewish newspaper Pagine Ebraiche that these comparisons were "crazy" and a mix of "bad taste and ignorance". A small but vocal minority has staged protests against the obligation to have the Green Pass vaccine passport to access restaurants, pools, gyms and open-air events in Italy as well as to travel abroad. Interior Minister Luciano Lamorgese told a press conference in Caserta on Monday that the authorities were keeping an eye the anti-vaccine protestors. "There is no 'health dictatorship'," Lamorgese said. "It is fundamental to get vaccinated to overcome this pandemic. "All the government's measures were adopted to protect public health because real freedom is the ability to go where you want without harming others". (ANSA).

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