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Florence
Man dies during police intervention, had hands, feet tied up

Man dies during police intervention, had hands, feet tied up

 
Rome
Italy recalls Rigopiano avalanche

Italy recalls Rigopiano avalanche

 
Turin
Boyfriend of murdered man's daughter turns self in

Boyfriend of murdered man's daughter turns self in

 
Isernia
Two nursery school teachers suspended

Two nursery school teachers suspended

 
Rome
Self-defence law to be approved by end of Feb - Salvini

Self-defence law to be approved by end of Feb - Salvini

 
Rome
Saturn's rings born while last dinosaurs dying out

Saturn's rings born while last dinosaurs dying out

 
Rome
Govt approves basic-income, pension reform decree

Govt approves basic-income, pension reform decree

 
Rome
Soccer: Gattuso gets 1-match ban for insulting ref

Soccer: Gattuso gets 1-match ban for insulting ref

 
Rome
Faster post-quake reconstruction says Conte

Faster post-quake reconstruction says Conte

 
Vatican City
God's word not ideology says pope

God's word not ideology says pope

 
Imola
M5S votes League motion to remove Arabic hospital signs

M5S votes League motion to remove Arabic hospital signs

 

Lecce

Four migrants missing after being dumped in sea

'More now needed than just pain and pity,' local bishop says

Four migrants missing after being dumped in sea

(see related) Lecce, January 11 - Four people, possibly all women, were missing on Monday after being thrown into the sea by traffickers off the Salento coast in southern Puglia. Earlier on Monday the body of a woman was recovered near rocks not far from Capo di Leuca, one of three different points where the group of migrants allegedly travelling to Italy from Greece were forced overboard. Investigators say the boat carried 42 people. Five, including a 10-year-old boy, are now receiving hospital treatment for hypothermia and bruising. "These tragedies should lead everyone, particularly those with political responsibility, to tackle these problems, to quicken their step, so they might stop. More is now needed than just pain and pity," monsignor Vito Angiuli, bishop of Ugento-Santa Maria di Leuca, said Monday. Monsignor Angiuli also called for "ideological barriers" to be overcome and for the resolution of problems in source countries to be sped up.

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