Domenica 20 Gennaio 2019 | 04:49

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Vicenza
Migrant hired after handing in wallet with 900 euros

Migrant hired after handing in wallet with 900 euros

 
Rome
7 of 10 gynecologists conscientious objectors agst abortion

7 of 10 gynecologists conscientious objectors agst abortion

 
Norcia
Cloistered nuns return to quake zone, in container

Cloistered nuns return to quake zone, in container

 
Rome
Calenda launches pro-EU list

Calenda launches pro-EU list

 
Milan
Carige asks State guarantee for 2 bn in bonds

Carige asks State guarantee for 2 bn in bonds

 
Rome
Treccani adds Sordi to Italian biographical dictionary

Treccani adds Sordi to Italian biographical dictionary

 
Berlin
Italy shd work to defend EU, Schaeuble to Mattarella

Italy shd work to defend EU, Schaeuble to Mattarella

 
Rome
Soccer: Koulibaly appeal agst 2-match ban turned down

Soccer: Koulibaly appeal agst 2-match ban turned down

 
Rome
Society splits if wealth not shared - pope

Society splits if wealth not shared - pope

 
Brescia
Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

 
Berlin
Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

 

Istanbul

Jailed Turkish newspaper editor pens open letter to Renzi

Appeals to premier not to ignore violations of human rights

Jailed Turkish newspaper editor pens open letter to Renzi

Istanbul, January 15 - Turkish daily Cumhuriyet on Friday printed an open letter to Italian Premier Matteo Renzi written by its jailed editor-in-chief, Can Dundar, appealing to the premier to not ignore violations of human rights in Turkey in exchange for an agreement on the migrant crisis. Dundar was imprisoned last November together with Cumhuriyet's Ankara correspondent Erdem Gul for an investigative report they ran into the alleged passage of weapons from Turkey to Syria. In the letter, Dundar said "there are currently more arrested journalists in Turkish prisons than in those of Syria" and also recalled "the intimate friendship" between former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi and current Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Erdogan had said the two would "pay a high price" for having published their report. The pair are accused of espionage and terrorist propaganda.

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