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Deep State Spy Located: Fake ‘russian’ Joseph Mifsud Who Set Up Trump Campaign Volunteer...

Guest post by Joe Hoft Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud was used to tie George Papadopoulos to Russia by the Mueller team and their mainstream media.  After he was interviewed by the Mueller team he went missing.  Two days ago he was finally...
Related topics: Russia

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Pope Leads Good Friday Procession Highlighting Modern-day Slaves’ Plight

Pope Francis on Friday led the traditional Easter week “Way of the Cross” procession in Rome, which was this year took the theme of modern-day slavery and human trafficking, including the prostitutes who ply their trade on Italy’s...
Related topics: Pope Francis, Religion, Italy

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Oldest Bridges In The World

Many of the great monuments left from antiquity — such as the Pyramids and the Sphinx in Egypt, and the Coliseum in Rome — were raised to glorify monarchy and power. But there are other...
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Qatari Foreign Minister Calls For Effective Arms Embargo Against Libya's Haftar

ROME (Sputnik) - Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani called for imposing an effective arms embargo on Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar and his Libyan National Army's (LNA) and suggested forcing the LNA leader to withdraw his troops...
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Ancient Rome Offers Lessons On The Importance Of Sustainable Development

By Anthony Annett and Joshua LipskyWASHINGTON DC, Apr 16 2019 (IPS) Sustainable development encapsulates the idea that material progress must always go hand in hand with social inclusion and respect for the environment. Delinking economic growth...

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Q&a: Achieving “togetherness”

Thousands of youth gather in Rome on Friday, Mar. 15, to join the climate strike, a global movement that aims to make governments and institutions aware of taking serious steps to implement the Paris Agreements and save the planet. Together First,...
Related topics: France, Paris

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Italy's Salvini Says He's Under Investigation Again Over Migrant Case

ROME (Sputnik) - Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said on Monday that he has become a suspect in another investigation into unlawful deprivation of migrants' liberty that took place in January this year.
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Four Eu Countries Will Take 64 Migrants After 11 Days At Sea - Reports

German NGO Sea-Eye that owns the ship with rescued migrants has previously urged Malta and Italy to open their ports for them, but Rome has refused to accept the vessel. Malta and Libya have also refused to accept the rescued ship, noting that...
Related topics: Malta, Italy, Libya, Activism

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Italian Lawmakers Call For Armenian Genocide Recognition, Turkey Slams Motion

ROME (Sputnik) – The lower house of the Italian parliament passed a resolution, calling on the country’s government to "recognize the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire and to draw international attention to the issue".
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Eu Voices Concern Over Us Revocation Of Visa From Icc Prosecutor

ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s Office confirmed a day earlier that her visa to enter the United States had been revoked. The office stressed that according to the Rome statute governing the ICC, Bensouda has an "independent and impartial mandate".

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Italy Refuses To Accept German Ngo's Migrant Ship

ROME (Sputnik) - Italian authorities refuse to accept migrants from a ship belonging to German non-governmental organization Sea-Eye, Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said on Wednesday.
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China's European Moment Has Arrived

Authored by Patrick Lawrence via ConsortiumNews.com, The simplicities of the postwar order have just begun to pass into history... It would be difficult to overstate the importance of Xi Jinping’s visits to Rome, Paris and Monaco last week....
Related topics: China, France, Paris, Monaco

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The Delphic Oracle Was Their Davos: A Four-part Interview With Michael Hudson About His Forthcoming...

Michael Hudson describes how, in antiquity in Greece and Rome, emerging oligarchs ended the practice of debt jubilees, impoverishing laborers.
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What’s In A Name? Everything.

By Jan LundiusSTOCKHOLM / ROME, Apr 1 2019 (IPS) On March 19, 78 years old Nursultan Äbisjuly Nazarbayev unexpectedly announced his resignation as President of Kazakhstan, referring to the need for “a new generation of leaders”. The same day...
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Napoli Run Riot In Rome To Pull Clear Of Inter Milan

Milan (AFP) – Napoli ran riot in Rome on Sunday with a 4-1 victory which pushed Roma out of the European places and consolidated second place for Carlo Ancelotti’s side in Serie A ahead of Inter Milan who fell 1-0 at home against...

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The System, Youth And Democracy

When masses of students from all over the world mobilize around a utopia, adults become uncomfortable, writes Roberto Savio. By Roberto Savio in Rome Inter Press Service If we ever needed proof of how the political system has become...

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What Ancient Rome Can Teach Us About The Us-china Trade War

The current trade war between the United States and China and charges of espionage against Huawei have left the world wondering: What does China want? As suggested by its military buildup, its financial outlays abroad, and its aggressive rhetoric,...
Related topics: China, Huawei, Military

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Paris, Berlin Jumping On New Silk Road Bandwagon Just A Matter Of Time – Analyst

After signing a memorandum of understanding with Italy about Beijing’s Belt and Road initiative, the Chinese President made a state visit to France. Speaking to Sputnik, Chinese and Russian analysts have discussed whether EU member states will...
Related topics: France, Paris, Germany, Berlin, Italy, China, Beijing

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Genoa ‘sacral’ For Rome, Beijing As Gateway For Chinese Goods To Europe - Mayor

GENOA (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko - The northern Italian port of Genoa serves as a crucial gateway for Chinese goods to Western Europe, which puts the city at the heart of the Rome-Beijing partnership and Italy’s support for the Belt and Road...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Italy

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Italy's Belt And Road Deal Sparks Eu Concerns Over Future Relationship

Prominent Italian and EU officials are sounding the alarm over Rome's endorsement of the China-led Belt and Road Initiative, saying Beijing could be seeking to expand its political influence in Europe rather than boost its trading relations with the...
Related topics: Italy, China, Beijing

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