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Genoa
Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

 
Davos
IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
New gene treatment for thalassemia kids

New gene treatment for thalassemia kids

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Milan
Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

 
Bologna
Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

 
Rome
Cold snap set to hit Italy

Cold snap set to hit Italy

 
Rome
Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

 

Florence

American woman 'strangled with cord or rope' in Florence

'No sign of struggle' in Olsen's death says autopsy

American woman 'strangled with cord or rope' in Florence

Florence, January 12 - Ashley Olsen, a 35-year-old American artist found dead in her central Florentine flat at the weekend, was strangled with a cord or rope, an autopsy found Tuesday. There were no signs of a struggle on Olsen's body, coroners said. Tests have been ordered to see if Olsen had sex, consensual or forced, before her death and to see if there were any drugs in her body, coroners said. Olsen was found dead Saturday with bruises and scratches to her neck. Police said she apparently opened the door to her murderer. Olsen's 42-year-old Florentine boyfriend, painter Federico Fiorentini, and several other friends have been questioned. Police have said Fiorentini appears to have a solid alibi for the night of the murder. Investigators are focusing on meetings the woman had on the night between Thursday and Friday at the Montecarla club in Via de' Bardi, the last place where she was seen alive. In September the woman wrote "I have a stalker" on her Instagram account, although the post appears to have been a joke. The comment was posted with a photo of Olsen while she was walking in the San Frediano quarter of Florence with her beloved beagle, Scout. The photo was taken from above and catches her from behind and the joke comment may have been directed at the person who took the image. Olsen, originally from Florida, was living in Florence where her father, an architect, works at an art school. The Tuscan city's expat community has expressed fears the the investigation will turn into a saga like the 2007 murder of British exchange student Meredith Kercher. American Amanda Knox, Kercher's former flat mate, and her Italian ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were cleared of the murder by Italy's supreme court last year on appeal after twice being convicted. An Ivorian man, Rudy Guede, is serving a 16-year sentence for the murder.

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