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- The Nines, and More New York City Restaurant Openings
from the celebrity chef Fabio Viviani in Chelsea, counter-service tacos from Southern California, and more restaurant news.
New York Times. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- U.S.-born princess' treasure-filled Italian villa a bargain at $320 million
Villa Aurora is a 16th century Roman estate packed with classic art wonders, but the most colorful piece in the place may be its soon-to-be-former owner, the Principessa Rita Boncompagni Ludovisi.
CBS News. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Duo base jump from a 3,280-foot Italian mountain into a fog-filled valley
Tom Newberry and Callum Coldwell-Story travelled to Mount Brento, Italy, where they jumped together from the 3,280ft cliff into a valley covered by cloud while being carried by a single parachute.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Covid: WHO warns pandemic not over amid Europe case records
France reports nearly half a million new daily cases, with records also broken in Italy
BBC News. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Restaurant Review: Lodi in Rockefeller Center
Many casual lunch spots specialize in convenient mediocrity. The new Italian
cafe from Ignacio Mattos offers much more.
New York Times. Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022.
- The Juventus And Paulo Dybala Cold War Continues, But Is He Worth Keeping?
The Cold War between Juventus and Paulo Dybala continues after reports the Italian
giants reneged on the terms of a verbally agreed deal, but is Dybala worth keeping in Turin?
Forbes. Monday, 17 Jan 2022.
- Italy's Mario Draghi is getting an 'A' on his report card. But his powers are fading
"There is a boss and a sense of direction," an economist said about the Italian
economy under Mario Draghi's leadership.
CNBC. Monday, 17 Jan 2022.
- Luckiest loser: How world No.150 is now at the top of the Australian Open draw as Djokovic deported
who once dreamed of being a Formula 1 driver has been thrust into the spotlight as the replacement in the Australian Open draw for the deported Novak Djokovic.
Daily Mail. Monday, 17 Jan 2022.
- Nino Cerruti: Italian fashion great dies aged 91
The celebrated designer and businessman once said: "I have always dressed the same person, myself."
BBC News. Saturday, 15 Jan 2022.
- Could Silvio Berlusconi really become the next Italian president?
Silvio Berlusconi has been backed by centre-right parties in Italy
as the country's next president - but could he really make it?
Sky News. Saturday, 15 Jan 2022.
- 5/6: CBSN AM
AG fails to release unredacted Mueller report; Exorcism requests triple in Italy
CBS News. Friday, 14 Jan 2022.
- 'I still have terrible flashbacks': The pianist who escaped from stricken cruise ship Costa Concordia
On 13 January 2012, the Italian
cruise ship Costa Concordia capsized off the coast of Tuscany after hitting a rock in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Sky News. Thursday, 13 Jan 2022.
- Nokia (NOK) to Deploy Optical Backbone for WINDTRE in Italy
Nokia's (NOK) solution will help WINDTRE provide next-generation broadband services to consumer and business customers.
Zacks. Thursday, 13 Jan 2022.
- Nurse in Italy caught faking shots, ditching COVID vaccine, police say
Police filmed the nurse at work apparently squirting the needle's contents into the medical waste bin before pretending to inject the arm of his "patient," and then putting a Band-Aid on.
ABC News. Thursday, 13 Jan 2022.
- Newly Approved Covid Protocol And Reduced Stadium Capacity Could Further Reduce Matchday Revenue For Serie A Clubs
An heated row over postponement jurisdiction between Serie A and Italian
health authorities forced FIGC to issue a new covid protocol while new restriction about stadium capacity are looming over the club's already strained budgets.
Forbes. Wednesday, 12 Jan 2022.
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