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BERLINO
Macron ai giovani, create un'Europa aperta e ambiziosa

Macron ai giovani, create un'Europa aperta e ambiziosa

 
PARIGI
Francia: 50mila giubbini gialli, 1000 azioni in corso

Francia: 50mila giubbini gialli, 1000 azioni in corso

 
Rome
Woman nabbed with 6 kg of coke at Fiumicino

Woman nabbed with 6 kg of coke at Fiumicino

 
Pavia
2 nabbed for mistreating elderly in care home

2 nabbed for mistreating elderly in care home

 
Prato
4 paratroopers nabbed for charging trucks to pass in Prato

4 paratroopers nabbed for charging trucks to pass in Prato

 
Rome
Tunisian to be deported for domestic abuse

Tunisian to be deported for domestic abuse

 
Rome
Zingaretti leads Minniti in PD leadership race (2)

Zingaretti leads Minniti in PD leadership race (2)

 
Rome
Senigallia eatery gets 3 Michelin stars

Senigallia eatery gets 3 Michelin stars

 
Turin
Soccer: Pjanic an injury doubt

Soccer: Pjanic an injury doubt

 
Rome
Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

 
Rome
Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

 
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Rome

Economic crisis over says Mattarella (3)

Rome respected EU rules

Economic crisis over says Mattarella (3)

Rome, December 7 - Italy's economic crisis is over and growth is rising and unemployment falling, President Sergio Mattarella said Thursday, praising successive Italian governments for following EU fiscal rules. "Now the crisis finally appears behind us and Portugal and Italy are showing how respect for the rules...has been able to produce solid results in terms of growth and reduction of unemployment," he said. Mattarella was speaking at the University of Porto during an official visit to Portugal. The president added that a "quality leap" was needed by the EU, saying "the crisis should give us a push". He also said that permanent learning was needed and the EU should "open up to mobility". Mattarella went on to say that "innovations do not clash with ethics". He also said that the Erasmus Programme was "vital", since it was creating many young people who are "protagonists of the EU 2.0". photo: Mattarella with Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

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