Mercoledì 23 Gennaio 2019 | 12:11

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Aosta
Val d'Aosta councillor arrested in 'Ndrangheta probe

Val d'Aosta councillor arrested in 'Ndrangheta probe

 
Vatican City
Pope heads for World Youth Day in Panama

Pope heads for World Youth Day in Panama

 
Brussels
Ready to close Sophia - Mogherini sources

Ready to close Sophia - Mogherini sources

 
Rome
Sophia mission must end if rules not changed - Salvini

Sophia mission must end if rules not changed - Salvini

 
Catania
Italian convert to Islam arrested for instigating jihad

Italian convert to Islam arrested for instigating jihad

 
Salerno
Parents 'abused daughter for at least a year'

Parents 'abused daughter for at least a year'

 
Rome
Proposal for teachers to remain at same school for 5 yrs

Proposal for teachers to remain at same school for 5 yrs

 
Milan
Soccer: Piatek set to join Milan from Genoa

Soccer: Piatek set to join Milan from Genoa

 
Milan

Soccer: Piatek set to join Milan from Genoa +RPT+

 
Milan

Soccer: Piatek set to join Milan from Genoa +RPT+

 
Prato
Chinese man nabbed for exploiting co-nationals

Chinese man nabbed for exploiting co-nationals

 

Kabul

Taleban claim Italy Kabul embassy attack (2)

Two Afghan guards slightly injured

Taleban claim Italy Kabul embassy attack (2)

Kabul, January 18 - The Taleban Islamic fundamentalist militia on Monday claimed responsibility for a rocket that landed near the Italian embassy and aid compound in Kabul Sunday, wounding two Afghan security guards. The attack caused "heavy human and material losses", Taleban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid claimed in a WhatsApp message received by the ANSA newsroom in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad. "Italy supported the United States invasion of Afghanistan," the message said. The officially verified toll of the explosion that set off a blaze at 21:30 Kabul time on Sunday night is of two injured Afghan security guards, who were hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries. "A rocket hit Shash Darak Road near the Italian embassy, wounding at least one person," Kabul Police Chief Faridoon Obidi told ANSA on Sunday. "A second rocket was neutralized," he said.

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