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- Hard-hit Italy cautiously embraces new normal in coronavirus era
has eased out of its strict coronavirus lockdown and has returned to a semblance of normality without -- so far -- a major, secondary flare-up.
Los Angeles Times. Saturday, 8 Aug 2020.
- Maurizio Sarri sacked as Juventus manager after one season
giants Juventus sack Maurizio Sarri after their Champions League last-16 defeat by Lyon.
BBC News. Saturday, 8 Aug 2020.
- Migrants adrift after camp at France-Italy border shut
Sudanese migrant Soulaimen has been sleeping on the beach in the Italian
border town of Ventimiglia for 10 days now. ...
Yahoo. Friday, 7 Aug 2020.
- Glacier at risk of collapse, forcing evacuations in Italy
Officials evacuated 75 tourists and residents amid fears the glacier could soon break apart and crash into a popular Italian
ABC News. Friday, 7 Aug 2020.
- Mont Blanc: Glacier collapse risk forces Italy Alps evacuation
Dozens of people are moved from an area below a weakened Mont Blanc glacier.
BBC News. Friday, 7 Aug 2020.
- Italian valley evacuated as cathedral-sized glacier slips
A melting glacier as large as a cathedral is at risk of breaking apart due to a heatwave, forcing the evacuation of part of an Italian
alpine valley. ...
Yahoo. Friday, 7 Aug 2020.
- Skull reconstruction matches painter Raphael's self-portraits
Experts have speculated the famous Italian
artist Raphael, who died 500 years ago, was laid to rest in Rome's Pantheon. Following a reconstruction of a skull from the site, their theory is confirmed.
Daily Mail. Friday, 7 Aug 2020.
- Sicilian Mafia could be dismantled via social network analysis
Experts from the UK and Italy
used data gathered by law enforcement on a real-life Mafia syndicate to test different ways of identifying the most crucial members.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 5 Aug 2020.
- In Pursuit of the Perfect Photo, Tourist Accidentally Breaks Sculpture's Toes
Authorities have identified the inadvertent vandal as an Austrian man who was in northern Italy
on a birthday celebration trip
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 5 Aug 2020.
- A $600-a-Week Lifeline for Unemployed Americans Expires After an Impasse in Washington
California became the first state to reach 500,000 total coronavirus cases. Once the site of a major outbreak, Italy
now offers lessons for keeping the virus in check.
New York Times. Wednesday, 5 Aug 2020.
- New Genoa bridge inaugurated despite boycott by victims' families
Two years after a bridge collapse killed 43 people in Italy, a replacement bridge has been inaugurated – but families of the victims boycotted the event.
Sky News. Monday, 3 Aug 2020.
- Fires Continue to Burn in Eastern Italian Region of Abruzzo
Firefighters, civil protection, Alpine troops are working to put the flames out.
Voice of America. Monday, 3 Aug 2020.
- As Genoa Inaugurates New Bridge, the Feeling Is Bittersweet
Built in less than two years to replace the collapsed Morandi bridge, the new span is already a point of pride for Italy
. But residents fear it will not be enough to revive their aging port city.
New York Times. Sunday, 2 Aug 2020.
- 96-year-old Italian man, a WWII veteran, becomes country's oldest graduate
He completed a three-year degree starting in 2017.
Fox News. Sunday, 2 Aug 2020.
- Italian cities put on alert as heatwave grips Europe
More than a dozen Italian
cities were put on alert and Spain experienced record temperatures as heatwaves gripped Europe last week.
Sky News. Sunday, 2 Aug 2020.
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