Month: October 2017

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Spanish riot police burst into polling stations across Catalonia on Sunday, confiscating ballot boxes and voting papers to try to halt a banned referendum on a split from Spain as Madrid asserted its authority over the rebel region. Police broke down doors to force entry into voting stations as defiant Catalans shouted
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CESENA – Papa Francesco è giunto a Cesena per la visita in Emilia che toccherà anche Bologna. Il Pontefice è atterrato in elicottero all’ippodromo, accolto dal vescovo Douglas Regattieri e da due bambini che gli hanno regalato un mazzo di fiori. La visita a Cesena prevede un saluto alla città in piazza del Popolo, l’intitolazione
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LONDRA – La polizia di Londra ha reso noto che l’allarme alla stazione della metropolitana di Old Street, nella parte nordest della capitale, era infondato. L’allerta, scrive Scotland Yard sul suo account Twitter, era scattato dopo alcune segnalazioni di una persona dal comportamento `sospetto´ tra e poi di un botto. Pur continuando a indagare, la
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BARCELONA (Reuters) – Thousands of Catalans gathered at designated polling stations on Sunday morning as they sought to defy Spanish authorities by voting in a banned independence referendum that has raised fears of unrest in the wealthy northeastern region. The referendum, declared illegal by Spain’s central government, has thrown the country into its worst constitutional
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(Reuters) – Novak Djokovic is recovering from a “significant” elbow injury and is keen to get back on the tour again, the 12-times grand slam champion’s new physiotherapist Ulises Badio has said. A prolonged dip in form before the injury earlier this year forced Djokovic to curtail his season after retiring against Czech Tomas Berdych
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday placed blame squarely on Puerto Ricans for the slow recovery from Hurricane Maria after critics and the mayor of San Juan complained his administration’s response to the U.S. territory’s plight was insufficient. Eleven days after the devastating storm wiped out power, water and
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