Martedì 22 Gennaio 2019 | 14:31

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Rome
Soccer: Boateng joins Barcelona

Soccer: Boateng joins Barcelona

 
Rome
Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour (2)

Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour (2)

 
Rome
We'll protect weakest if recession comes - Di Maio (2)

We'll protect weakest if recession comes - Di Maio (2)

 
Turin
Soccer: 'Everything perfect' - Ronaldo after Madrid hearing

Soccer: 'Everything perfect' - Ronaldo after Madrid hearing

 
Rome
Govt nominates comedy actor Lino Banfi to UNESCO committee

Govt nominates comedy actor Lino Banfi to UNESCO committee

 
Rome
Di Maio distances M5S from Senator's anti-Semitic tweet

Di Maio distances M5S from Senator's anti-Semitic tweet

 
Rome
Soccer: Juve thump Chievo, return nine points clear

Soccer: Juve thump Chievo, return nine points clear

 
Rome
France among those who take wealth from Africa says Salvini

France among those who take wealth from Africa says Salvini

 
Rome
Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour

Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour

 
Rome
Migrants rescued at sea should be returned to Libya -Salvini

Migrants rescued at sea should be returned to Libya -Salvini

 
Palermo
Operation targets new Cosa Nostra 'Cupola'

Operation targets new Cosa Nostra 'Cupola'

 

Strasbourg

Renzi putting EU credibility at risk - Weber (2)

'To the benefit of populism'

Renzi putting EU credibility at risk - Weber (2)

Strasbourg, January 19 - European People's Party (EPP) caucus leader Manfred Weber of Germany said Tuesday that Italian Premier Matteo "Renzi is jeopardizing the credibility of Europe to the benefit of populism". Weber told the European Parliament "when we see that Italy is not willing to help Turkey unless there is a trade-off, all that hurts Europe, its strength and credibility". Italy is resisting a three-billion-euro package to help Turkey cope with Syrian migrants over concerns that national governments, and not the EU's common fund, may foot too much of the bill. Weber, a key ally of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, was also speaking amid a row between European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, also of the EPP, and Renzi over alleged "insults" against the EC and barbs over migrants, economic flexibility, banks and other issues.

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