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NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Castelnuovo di Porto
I'll end up on street - ejected migrant with baby

I'll end up on street - ejected migrant with baby

 
Rome
Brizzi sexual violence charges dropped

Brizzi sexual violence charges dropped

 
Aosta
Regional councillor arrested in 'Ndrangheta probe

Regional councillor arrested in 'Ndrangheta probe

 
Rome
Hand over our fugitives Salvini tells Macron

Hand over our fugitives Salvini tells Macron

 
Milan
Misappropriation charges agst Bossi dropped

Misappropriation charges agst Bossi dropped

 
Rome
Italy GDP cd hit 1.5% this year - Conte

Italy GDP cd hit 1.5% this year - Conte

 
Rome
Don't stir up 'worst humours' on migrants - Bassetti

Don't stir up 'worst humours' on migrants - Bassetti

 
Brescia
Foreign fighter gets six years in absentia

Foreign fighter gets six years in absentia

 
Rome
Outrage as more migrants transferred from centre near Rome

Outrage as more migrants transferred from centre near Rome

 
Rome
Outrage as more migrants transferred from centre near Rome

Outrage as more migrants transferred from centre near Rome

 
Davos
No supplementary budget Tria repeats

No supplementary budget Tria repeats

 

Rome

Battle in store against terror after Istanbul blast - Renzi

Premier says necessary to understand what happened in Istanbul

Battle in store against terror after Istanbul blast - Renzi

Rome, January 12 - Premier Matteo Renzi said that the West is faced with a tough battle against terrorism after Tuesday's explosion in Istanbul in which at least 10 people were killed. "Before we judge, we must try to understand more," Renzi told Repubblica.tv when asked about the blast, thought to be caused by a suicide bomber, in the Turkish city. "There is certainly a very tough battle to fight against terrorism and it's necessary to face a question of values and identity in our lands. The attack in Turkey is a very big wound but many of the attackers hide and grow in the heart of Europe". The foreign ministry's crisis unit is at work to verify whether Italians were hit in Tuesday's blast. The explosion took place in the historic Sultanahmet district where the Blue Mosque and other monuments popular with tourists are situated. German officials are also at work after reports that nine of the victims are German. Deputy Turkish Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said the bomber was a 28-year-old Syrian and that most of the people killed were foreigners. Another 15 people were injured. The online version of Turkish daily Hürriyet said investigators believe the bomber was linked to ISIS. Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni had a telephone conversation with his Turkish counterpart Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu after Tuesday's explosion, the foreign ministry in Rome said. A statement said that Gentiloni expressed Italy's support and solidarity for the victims, their families and the Turkish government. "Italy and Turkey are more committed against terrorism than ever before," Gentiloni said.

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