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ROME
Italy goes past 50,000 COVID victim mark

Italy goes past 50,000 COVID victim mark

 
BOLZANO
Boy, 2, crushed to death by falling wardrobe

Boy, 2, crushed to death by falling wardrobe

 
ROME
Italy goes past 50,000 COVID victim mark

Italy goes past 50,000 COVID victim mark

 
FLORENCE
New Gramsci mural causes row

New Gramsci mural causes row

 
VATICAN CITY
Pope meets NBA stars to say no to racism

Pope meets NBA stars to say no to racism

 
ROME
9 in 10 girls feel threatened by violence - report

9 in 10 girls feel threatened by violence - report

 
NAPLES
Son, 33, arrested for killing mother, 55

Son, 33, arrested for killing mother, 55

 
ROME
Skiing: Tomba, Brignone call for slopes to reopen

Skiing: Tomba, Brignone call for slopes to reopen

 
MILANO
Soccer: Ibra to miss at least 3 Milan games

Soccer: Ibra to miss at least 3 Milan games

 
ROME
Top medic Crisanti says wouldn't take COVID vaccine today

Top medic Crisanti says wouldn't take COVID vaccine today

 
ROME
Over 66,000 workplace COVID infections in Oct - INAIL

Over 66,000 workplace COVID infections in Oct - INAIL

 

Il Biancorosso

SERIE C
Casertana-Bari 0-2: i biancorossi si rialzano dopo il ko con la Ternana

Casertana-Bari 0-2: i biancorossi si rialzano dopo il ko con la Ternana

 

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LecceIl caso
Covid 19, positiva addetta ai pasti: chiusa scuola dell'infanzia a Lecce

Covid 19, positiva addetta ai pasti: chiusa scuola dell'infanzia a Lecce

 
BariIl caso
Covid, rientra l'allarme in casa di riposo ad Alberobello: ora solo 1 positivo

Covid, rientra l'allarme in casa di riposo ad Alberobello: ora solo 1 positivo

 
FoggiaIl caso
Sparatoria in un quartiere popolare di Foggia: un ferito

Sparatoria in un quartiere popolare di Foggia: un ferito FOTO

 
TarantoL'evento
Vela, sarà Taranto a ospitare la prima tappa europea della SailGP 2021

Vela, sarà Taranto a ospitare la prima tappa europea della SailGP 2021

 
BatA Barletta
Natale al tempo del Covid 19, Boccia: «Con 700 morti al giorno è fuori luogo parlare di cenoni»

Natale col Covid, Boccia: «Con 700 morti al giorno fuori luogo parlare di cenoni. Aree provinciali? Non cambia»

 
PotenzaIl caso
Potenza, i pilomat «vandalizzati» costano cari al Comune

Potenza, i pilomat «vandalizzati» costano cari al Comune

 
BrindisiVita amministrativa
Brindisi, bufera al Comune: sul bilancio Forza Itala e il Pd ai ferri corti

Brindisi, bufera al Comune: sul bilancio Forza Itala e il Pd ai ferri corti

 
Potenzadati regionali
Covid in Basilicata, 281 nuovi positivi su circa 2mila test durante il week end e altri 4 decessiA Matera tamponi drive in con la Marina

Covid Basilicata, + 281 positivi su circa 2mila test durante week end e + 4 decessi. A Matera tamponi drive in con la Marina

 

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'Costa Concordia must be scrapped in EU' says Greenpeace

(ANSA) - Rome, March 10 - Greenpeace Italy on Monday called for the Costa Concordia wreck to be disposed of safely in a European port following the 1992 Basel Convention, which among other measures bans the export of hazardous naval waste from industrialized to non-industrialized nations. "The European Commission (EC) in 2012 excluded shi...
'Costa Concordia must be scrapped in EU' says Greenpeace
(ANSA) - Rome, March 10 - Greenpeace Italy on Monday called for the Costa Concordia wreck to be disposed of safely in a European port following the 1992 Basel Convention, which among other measures bans the export of hazardous naval waste from industrialized to non-industrialized nations. "The European Commission (EC) in 2012 excluded ships from the Basel Convention.
This led to the dismantling of ship demolition facilities in the EU while favoring the export of such ships to Turkey and other Asian nations," said Greenpeace Italy Campaign Director Alessandro Gianni. The EC move also led to illegal ship demolition in Europe and a steel-recycling business in the developing world, to the benefit of European shipowners and and the detriment of South Asian workers and the environment, Greenpeace explained. "This illegal trade flourished because it involves cheap labor, substandard toxic-waste handling, and market profits on the recycled steel," Gianni said. The Costa Concordia cruise liner hit rocks and partially capsized off the Tuscan island of Giglio in January 13, 2012, killing 32 out of the 4,229 people on board. The 290-meter long, 13-deck, diesel-engine mammoth was restored to an upright position after a successful parbuckling operation in September. The company has declared the ship a total loss and plans to scrap it. However there is no place to safely dispose of the Costa Concordia in Italy, where it would take at least two years to build a proper naval demolition basin, according to Greenpeace.

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