Venerdì 18 Gennaio 2019 | 01:58

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Rome
Saturn's rings born while last dinosaurs dying out

Saturn's rings born while last dinosaurs dying out

 
Rome
Govt approves basic-income, pension reform decree

Govt approves basic-income, pension reform decree

 
Rome
Soccer: Gattuso gets 1-match ban for insulting ref

Soccer: Gattuso gets 1-match ban for insulting ref

 
Rome
Faster post-quake reconstruction says Conte

Faster post-quake reconstruction says Conte

 
Vatican City
God's word not ideology says pope

God's word not ideology says pope

 
Imola
M5S votes League motion to remove Arabic hospital signs

M5S votes League motion to remove Arabic hospital signs

 
Milan
Soccer: Inter ultra leader nabbed for Napoli clashes

Soccer: Inter ultra leader nabbed for Napoli clashes

 
Naples
From Canova to Magna Graecia at Naples' MANN

From Canova to Magna Graecia at Naples' MANN

 
Rome
Bond spread dips under 250 points

Bond spread dips under 250 points

 
Genoa
Man nabbed for shooting at neighbours

Man nabbed for shooting at neighbours

 
Rome
Rome to present new plan for historic architecture

Rome to present new plan for historic architecture

 

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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