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Expo 2020 Dubai: Italy pavilion to get over 5 mn visitors

Expo 2020 Dubai: Italy pavilion to get over 5 mn visitors

 
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Jab bookings up after Green Pass made obligatory for workers

Jab bookings up after Green Pass made obligatory for workers

 
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Kids 'as young as 10' involved in drug dealing in Catania

Kids 'as young as 10' involved in drug dealing in Catania

 
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Soccer: Roma suffer first defeat under Mourinho

Soccer: Roma suffer first defeat under Mourinho

 
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Volleyball: Italy's men lift European title

 
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Cycling: Ganna retains time-trial world title

Cycling: Ganna retains time-trial world title

 
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COVID-19: Italy starts giving 3rd jabs to vulnerable

COVID-19: Italy starts giving 3rd jabs to vulnerable

 
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GICO to provide kitchen for Italy pavilion at Expo 2020

GICO to provide kitchen for Italy pavilion at Expo 2020

 
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Paris climate pledges not being kept says Draghi

Paris climate pledges not being kept says Draghi

 
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Italian consul meets Eitan in Israel, says child is well

Italian consul meets Eitan in Israel, says child is well

 
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COVID-19: Some 3.4 million over-50s not vaccinated

 

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Criminalizing illegal immigration 'doesn't stop refugees'

But makes IDing human traffickers harder says Dambruoso

Criminalizing illegal immigration 'doesn't stop refugees'

Rome, January 8 - Criminalizing illegal immigration has not stopped the flow of asylum seekers fleeing war in the Middle East, but has made identifying human traffickers more difficult, according to an MP from the small centrist Civic Choice (SC) party. "The crime of being clandestine has not dissuaded the thousands of refugees fleeing Iraq, Syria, or Libya," Stefano Dambruoso told RAI public broadcaster. At the same time, it has made rooting out the human traffickers among them more difficult, because public defenders have to be on hand to protect their rights since they are being accused of a crime the minute they arrive. "They often plead the fifth, and law enforcement can't gather useful information to arrest the human trafficking organizers," said Dambruoso, a former magistrate. He added that this system is a drain on public coffers, because all the illegal immigrants and asylum seekers are being defended at taxpayers' expense.

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