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Vatican City
Beatitudes true way of life say pope

Beatitudes true way of life say pope

 
Rome
Help Cucchi cops says commander

Help Cucchi cops says commander

 
Rome
League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

 
Maranello
F1: Schumi Jr beats Vettel in Race of Champions

F1: Schumi Jr beats Vettel in Race of Champions

 
Rome
Rugby: Italy must be fearless says O'Shea

Rugby: Italy must be fearless says O'Shea

 
Naples
League must repay 49 mn - Fico

League must repay 49 mn - Fico

 
Milan
Soccer: Ciccarelli says took part in scuffles

Soccer: Ciccarelli says took part in scuffles

 
Rome
Soccer: Boateng 'close' to Barcelona

Soccer: Boateng 'close' to Barcelona

 
Davos
Italy among global risk factors - IMF

Italy among global risk factors - IMF

 
Matera
Matera becomes the 2019 European capital of culture

Matera becomes the 2019 European capital of culture

 
Rome
Salvini, Strada clash over migrants

Salvini, Strada clash over migrants

 

Berlin

Swift accord on aid to Turkey, Berlin tells Rome

'Necessary to quickly conclude it,' says Merkel spokesman

Swift accord on aid to Turkey, Berlin tells Rome

Berlin, January 20 - Germany told Italy Wednesday that a swift accord was needed to free up a three-billion-euro package of aid to Turkey for migrants which Rome is blocking because of the way it is being funded. "We deem it necessary to quickly conclude the accord," said German Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert in Berlin. Italy wants to see more of the aid, aimed at helping Turkey cope with a huge migrant influx from Syria and Iraq, funded by the EU rather than by member States. The issue is one of several which have fuelled a row between Rome and Brussels.

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