Mercoledì 16 Gennaio 2019 | 21:00

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Rome
Rome criminal lawyers to report Bonafede for Battisti video

Rome criminal lawyers to report Bonafede for Battisti video

 
Oristano
Battisti to 'rot in jail now, after the champagne'-Salvini

Battisti to 'rot in jail now, after the champagne'-Salvini

 
Bari
Man attacks bus passenger with axe

Man attacks bus passenger with axe

 
Florence
Man confesses to stealing Jesus statue from crib while drunk

Man confesses to stealing Jesus statue from crib while drunk

 
Milan
Man gets life for killing pensioner

Man gets life for killing pensioner

 
Rome
Salvini vows to answer Naples mayor with 'action' after bomb

Salvini vows to answer Naples mayor with 'action' after bomb

 
Herculaneum
New developments for 2019 at Herculaneum

New developments for 2019 at Herculaneum

 
Rome
Cinema: Bohemian Rhapsody makes top 20 of most watched films

Cinema: Bohemian Rhapsody makes top 20 of most watched films

 
Cagliari
Can't say No to everything says Salvini

Can't say No to everything says Salvini

 
Rome
Ministries shd inform on cellphone dangers - TAR

Ministries shd inform on cellphone dangers - TAR

 
Rome
Raggi mulls life-saving homeless cold weather scheme

Raggi mulls life-saving homeless cold weather scheme

 

Florence

Forensics return to strangled American woman's home

Possibly to collect more evidence following autopsy

Forensics return to strangled American woman's home

Florence, January 13 - Forensic police returned on Wednesday to examine the home of Ashley Olsen, the 35-year-old American woman who was found dead in her home on Saturday, apparently strangled to death. The forensic police may be gathering new evidence following results of an autopsy, as well as from possible new aspects that may have emerged in the ongoing investigation, ANSA sources said. Olsen, originally from Florida, was living in Florence where her father, an architect, works at an art school.

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