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ROME
Soccer: On-fire Osimhen helps Napoli continue perfect start

Soccer: On-fire Osimhen helps Napoli continue perfect start

 
ROME
Anti-Green Pass cop faces disciplinary procedure

Anti-Green Pass cop faces disciplinary procedure

 
ROME
Former League social media chief probed in drugs case

Former League social media chief probed in drugs case

 
SASSARI
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

 

Il Biancorosso

Serie C
Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

Bari, il portiere Frattali rinnova fino al 2023

 

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Rome

Florence, Bologna join Rome and Milan in anti-smog car bans

'Involving local authorities right choice' says Nardella

Florence, Bologna join Rome and Milan in anti-smog car bans

Rome, December 28 - Florence, Bologna and other Italian cities have joined Rome and Milan in implementing car bans to combat dangerously high smog levels. "Involving local authorities is the right choice," said Florence Mayor Dario Nardella after signing a vehicle ban until December 31 in the city centre. Nardella was referring to Environment Minister Gian Luca Galletti's decision to call a summit of mayors and regional governors in Rome Wednesday. Bologna and another four cities in Emilia Romagna including Modena halted city-centre traffic on Sunday. Regional Governor Stefano Bonaccini said smog levels had dropped sufficiently that it would "probably" not be necessary to go ahead with another blanket ban on January 3. Outside Milan, 13 of the 120 municipalities in the metropolitan area also enacted a three-day ban starting on Monday. Lombardy Governor Roberto Maroni said experts had told him such bans were "ineffective because there is an emissions spike when they end".

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