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Rome
Italy's debt-to-GDP ratio down to 133% - Eurostat

Italy's debt-to-GDP ratio down to 133% - Eurostat

 
Imperia
Man kills sister with axe near Imperia

Man kills sister with axe near Imperia

 
Naples
'Policeman' Salvini should probe the League - de Magistris

'Policeman' Salvini should probe the League - de Magistris

 
Milan
Icardi will renew Inter contract says Wanda Nara

Icardi will renew Inter contract says Wanda Nara

 
Rome
155 migrant arrivals so far in 2019- interior ministry

155 migrant arrivals so far in 2019- interior ministry

 
Milan
Man arrested for causing deadly accident

Man arrested for causing deadly accident

 
Vicenza
Newborn dead after being thrown onto floor by mum

Newborn dead after being thrown onto floor by mum

 
Brescia
Husband's ex-lover confesses to woman's murder

Husband's ex-lover confesses to woman's murder

 
Cagliari
Centre left win Cagliari by-election

Centre left win Cagliari by-election

 
Rome
Soccer: Napoli sink Lazio

Soccer: Napoli sink Lazio

 
Rome
Closing ports saves lives says Salvini

Closing ports saves lives says Salvini

 

Vatican City

Vatican finances 'mistakes' spurred reform need - Parolin

'Fewer problems than reported, ethical expectations warranted'

Vatican finances 'mistakes' spurred reform need - Parolin

Vatican City, January 14 - There have been "errors' in the management of the Vatican's finances that have made reforms necessary, Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said Thursday. However, he said there had been fewer problems than those reported in the press and in expose' books. But the need for more "sobriety and ethics" was warranted, Parolin said. "The economic and financial management of the Holy See is less problematic than it is sometimes represented to be," Parolin told the Spanish weekly Vida Nueva.

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