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Milan
Traffic cop on trial for stealing 884 rolls of toilet paper

Traffic cop on trial for stealing 884 rolls of toilet p...

 
Rome
Robots can't replace humans - 9 out of 10 Italy firms

Robots can't replace humans - 9 out of 10 Italy firms

 
Turin
Ronaldo says nothing bothers him, 'truth will out'

Ronaldo says nothing bothers him, 'truth will out'

 
Rome
Rome Film Fest gets in the swing

Rome Film Fest gets in the swing

 
Fiumicino
Italian is Miss Chef New York 2018

Italian is Miss Chef New York 2018

 
Turin
Ronaldo says nothing bothers him, 'truth will out'

Ronaldo says nothing bothers him, 'truth will out'

 
Florence
Man bites disabled woman's hand, steals cellphone

Man bites disabled woman's hand, steals cellphone

 
Strasbourg
EP nixes Riace debate

EP nixes Riace debate

 
Rome
Permanent watch post at Claviere says Salvini

Permanent watch post at Claviere says Salvini

 
Rome
Spread closes 3 up, Milan bourse 0.6% down

Spread closes 3 up, Milan bourse 0.6% down

 
Chieti
Man saves woman from submerged car

Man saves woman from submerged car

 
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Rome

LeU deal would be positive despite animosity - Renzi (3)

Leftwing group to decide on possible pacts for Lazio, Lombardy

LeU deal would be positive despite animosity - Renzi (3)

Rome, January 12 - Democratic Party (PD) leader Matteo Renzi said Friday that it would be a good thing if a pact could be reached with the leftwing Free and Equal (LeU) party for March's regional elections in Lazio and Lombardy, despite the animosity it has towards the ex-premier. The new LeU party led by Senate Speaker Pietro Grasso has ruled out forming a pact with the PD for the general election, which will be held on March 4, the same day as the Lazio and Lombardy contests. The LeU features many former PD members who left the party due to hostility to Renzi, such as ex-premier Massimo D'Alema. The LeU's regional assemblies are set to decide on pacts in Lazio and Lombardy Friday, with a deal to support incumbent Governor Nicola Zingaretti in Lazio seen more likely than backing for the Lombardy PD candidate Giorgio Gori, who is perceived as close to Renzi. "There is no agreement at the national level," Renzi told Radio Anch'io. "Lombardy and Lazio are two regional elections. If there's an alliance, it'll be positive. "But I'm not able to decide, influence or assess a party that notoriously does not like me. "If you want a forecast about D'Alema's party, you've chosen the wrong commentator".

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