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ROME
Opera to return to La Scala on Jan 23

Opera to return to La Scala on Jan 23

 
ROME
Berlusconi has left hospital

Berlusconi has left hospital

 
ROME
COVID: Risk of uncontrolled epidemic has risen says ISS

COVID: Risk of uncontrolled epidemic has risen says ISS

 
ROME
Most of Italy set to be an orange zone

Most of Italy set to be an orange zone

 
ROME
Cinema: Bong Joon-ho to be president of Venice jury

Cinema: Bong Joon-ho to be president of Venice jury

 
ROME
Almost all of Italy set to be an orange zone

Almost all of Italy set to be an orange zone

 
ROME
Conte to seek parliament's backing

Conte to seek parliament's backing

 
ROME

Salvini says asked Mattarella to make haste

 
ROME
COVID: 522 new deaths, 17,246 new cases

COVID: 522 new deaths, 17,246 new cases

 
ROME
COVID: Lazio R rate above 1, towards orange zone

COVID: Lazio R rate above 1, towards orange zone

 
ROME
Conte ponders next move after Renzi triggers crisis (4)

Conte ponders next move after Renzi triggers crisis (4)

 

Il Biancorosso

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Bari calcio, 113 anni del club. Il presidente: «Dedico il compleanno a tutti i nostri tifosi

Bari calcio, 113 anni del club. Il presidente: «Dedico il compleanno ai nostri tifosi»

 

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Bari
Tra Bari e Matera accordo di collaborazione su cultura, turismo e ambiente

Tra Bari e Matera accordo di collaborazione su cultura, turismo e ambiente

 
TarantoL'operazione
Taranto, Guardia Costiera contro la pesca di bianchetto: sequestri e 4mila euro di multa

Taranto, Guardia Costiera contro la pesca di bianchetto: sequestri e 4mila euro di multa

 
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Matera, prefetto Argentieri: «La percezione sociale porta la gente a stupirsi anche per un furto»

Matera, prefetto Argentieri: «La percezione sociale porta la gente a stupirsi anche per un furto»

 
Batnel Barese
Bisceglie, mamma positiva al Covid dà alla luce neonato

Bisceglie, mamma positiva al Covid dà alla luce neonato

 
LecceNel Leccese
Otranto, scatola con 20kg di petardi trovata in bidone immondizia

Otranto, scatola con 20kg di petardi trovata in bidone immondizia

 
FoggiaDalla polizia
Foggia, viola il divieto di avvicinamento alla ex: arrestato 59enne

Foggia, viola il divieto di avvicinamento alla ex: arrestato 59enne

 
BrindisiIl caso
Brindisi, muore a 19 anni al Perrino: 2 medici indagati

Brindisi, muore a 19 anni al Perrino: 2 medici indagati

 

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Rome

6,000 amendments filed to civil unions bill (2)

League files 5,000+, Forza Italia 300, PD 60

6,000 amendments filed to civil unions bill (2)

Rome, January 22 - A total of 6,000 amendments have been filed to the government's civil unions bill which goes to the Senate floor on January 28, sources said Friday. The rightwing opposition Northern League (LN) announced yesterday it had filed over 5,000 amendments. Silvio Berlusconi's center-right opposition Forza Italia (FI) party filed 300 amendments. Senators from the ruling Democratic Party (PD) filed some 60 amendments, with nine of them coming from the Catholic wing of the PD. Most of the opposition as well as Catholics within the ruling majority object to the so-called stepchild adoption measure in the bill, which would allow gays to adopt their partners' biological children. On Wednesday, a group of Catholic members of Premier Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party (PD) filed an amendment extending the punishment against surrogate parenthood to Italians who engage in this procedure abroad. It states that "anyone who, in order to become mother or father, uses the practice of surrogate maternity is punished with a prison term of from three months to two years and with a fine of from 600,000 euros to one million euros". The amendment adds that Italians who have children overseas are obliged to swear that the birth came about without the used of surrogate maternity. It also states that "whoever organises, aids or publicises surrogate maternity should be punished a prison term of from six to 12 years and with a fine of from 600,000 euros to one million euros". Renzi and the PD leadership have been calling for speedy passage of the bill, as it would bring Italy in line with the rest of Europe.

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