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di BEATRICE GALLUZZO – Una terribile violenza sessuale si è consumata nella notte tra venerdì e sabato nella Capitale, in zona Termini, ai danni di una 21enne finlandese. L’aggressore, 22enne originario del Bangladesh, è stato individuato dalla ragazza dopo la visione di alcune foto mostratele dalle forze dell’ordine, e al momento si attende la convalida
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ROMA – Nuova violenza sulle donne dalla Capitale. Un cittadino bengalese di 22 anni ha stuprato, picchiato e rapinato una turista finlandese nel centro di Roma. Per questo il giovane è stato arrestato sabato scorso dagli agenti della Polizia di Stato. Lo stupro nella notte tra venerdì e sabato quando la giovane, dopo una serata
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LONDON (Reuters) – Leading British theater director Peter Hall, founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company, has died at the age of 86, the National Theater said on Tuesday. Hall died on Monday at University College Hospital, London, surrounded by his family, the theater said in a statement. “Peter Hall was an internationally celebrated stage director
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VLADIKAVKAZ/IVNYA, Russia (Reuters) – At polling station no. 333 in the Russian city of Vladikavkaz, Reuters reporters only counted 256 voters casting their ballots in a regional election on Sunday. People were voting across Russia in what is seen as a dress rehearsal for next year’s presidential vote. Kremlin candidates for regional parliaments and governorships
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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s parliament backed a second reading of legislation to sever ties with the European Union early on Tuesday, a reprieve for Prime Minister Theresa May who now faces demands by lawmakers for concessions before it becomes law. After more than 13 hours of speeches for and against the legislation, which May says
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NEW YORK – L’Onu ha approvato nuove sanzioni contro la Corea del Nord. Il Consiglio di sicurezza delle Nazioni Unite ha adottato all’unanimità nuove sanzioni contro Pyongyang, dopo l’ultimo test nucleare compiuto il 3 settembre scorso. Tra le misure approvate nella notte italiana, il bando alle esportazioni tessili nordcoreane e il divieto alle esportazioni di
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(Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s commission probing voter fraud is set to meet in New Hampshire on Tuesday after its top Republican member stoked controversy by claiming out-of-state voters tipped a Congressional race in the northeastern state. The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity will hold its second meeting in Manchester, New Hampshire, the
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E’ italiana la migliore birra al mondo per lo stile sweet stout. Trionfa a Londra il made in Italy lì dove non si è ancora sopita l’eco di una campagna stampa contro il prosecco italiano reo di guastare denti e sorriso agli inglesi. E, nella guerra delle bollicine, dai Word Beer Award è arrivata la
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FLORIDA CITY/MARCO ISLAND, Fla. (Reuters) – Storm-shocked Floridians returned to shattered homes on Monday as the remnants of Hurricane Irma pushed inland, leaving more than half of all state residents without power and city streets underwater from Orlando and Jacksonville into coastal Georgia and South Carolina. Downgraded to a tropical storm early on Monday, Irma
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Fort Lauderdale and New York (Reuters) – When more than 7.4 million homes and businesses are without power after a hurricane, utility workers tend to get noticed a bit more than usual. That’s what Gus Beyersdorf, 40, and his colleague Nick Jensen, 32, utility workers from Wisconsin, found out while inspecting power lines in Florida
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PARIS (Reuters) – President Emmanuel Macron faces the first challenge on the streets to his business-friendly reform agenda on Tuesday, when workers from the hard-left CGT union will march through French cities to protest a loosening of labour regulations. Sounding a call to the working class, Philippe Martinez, the head of the Communist Party-linked CGT,
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LIMA (Reuters) – The escalating North Korean crisis had so far raised “no hint” of a security threat for next year’s Pyeongchang 2018 winter Olympics in South Korea, the International Olympic Committee said on Monday. Hours after the United Nations Security Council unanimously stepped up sanctions against North Korea over the country’s sixth and most
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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s parliament backed a second reading of legislation to sever ties with the European Union early on Tuesday, a reprieve for Prime Minister Theresa May who now faces demands by lawmakers for concessions before it becomes law. After more than 13 hours of speeches for and against the legislation, which May says
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday provided a temporary reprieve for President Trump’s order blocking most refugees from entering the United States, putting on hold a lower court’s ruling loosening the prohibition. Kennedy’s action gave the nine justices more time to consider the Justice Department’s challenge filed on Monday to
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