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Bolzano
Excelsior Bolzano famous as most-losing team

Excelsior Bolzano famous as most-losing team

 
Naples
Man chokes to death on pizza

Man chokes to death on pizza

 
Oristano
Double murder near Oristano

Double murder near Oristano

 
Milan
Study shows cancer caused by external factors, not chance

Study shows cancer caused by external factors, not chance

 
Rome
Legambiente releases 'Beach Litter 2019' report

Legambiente releases 'Beach Litter 2019' report

 
Rome
You don't whistle pope in a piazza - Di Maio

You don't whistle pope in a piazza - Di Maio

 
New York
Respect international laws on migrants - Guterres

Respect international laws on migrants - Guterres

 
Rome
15% flat tax OK says Di Maio

15% flat tax OK says Di Maio

 
Bologna
Leftist-police clashes for FN rally in Bologna

Leftist-police clashes for FN rally in Bologna

 
Trento
Italian woman dies in Germany bus crash

Italian woman dies in Germany bus crash

 
Rome
PD MP to hospital in Radio Radicale hunger strike

PD MP to hospital in Radio Radicale hunger strike

 

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Cornacchini: «Ad Avellino dimostreremo di essere la squadra più forte»

 

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Ecco «Bitonto cortili aperti» con la guida di 800 studenti

 
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Da 20 anni a Brindisi: «Sono malata datemi la cittadinanza»

 
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Controlli dei Carabinieri, sei denunciati nel Potentino

 
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Furti di rame da Ferrovie Sud Est: 5 denunce nel Tarantino

 
LecceIl sopralluogo
Xylella, Centinaio: «Chiedo scusa alla Puglia per il voltafaccia dello Stato»

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Brussels

Concern over miscommunication with Italy - EU sources (2)

Vacuum led to misunderstandings over banks, Ilva, and more

Concern over miscommunication with Italy - EU sources (2)

Brussels, January 18 - European sources told ANSA Monday there is concern at the highest EU levels over a lack of communication channels with Rome. Communication issues can turn into political problems, the sources said. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was and is Premier Matteo Renzi's friend and Italy's best ally, the sources said. Juncker and Renzi traded barbs Friday over economic flexibility clauses and migrants. Juncker had lost his patience, the sources said. They went on to qualify Italy's representative in Brussels, Stefano Sannino, as the best ambassador in the Belgian capital. What's missing, however, is continuous dialogue with experts and envoys on specific issues, such as the ones other European governments send in between major summits. This working method helps smooth rough edges long before leaders engage, the sources said. For example, France sent specialists to "negotiate for weeks" on its behalf over its national budget last fall. This communication gap has generated misunderstandings over Italy's four rescued banks, its troubled ILVA steelmaker, and the use of flexibility clauses among other issues, according to the sources. They went on to list two areas of EU concern over Italy: its protests after losing its only component on Juncker's cabinet, legal expert Carlo Zadra, earlier this month - Zadra quit and was replaced by a Briton after clashing with Cabinet Chief Martin Selmayr - and its blocking of a three-billion-euro fund for Syrian refugees in Turkey in spite of the fact that the Commission has "put it in writing" that the aid won't be included in deficit calculations.

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