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International Women’s Day, 2021the Problem Of The Respectable International Women’s Day – An...

Credit: The UN Office at Vienna (UNOV)By Mwanahamisi Singano and Ben PhillipsNAIROBI / ROME, Mar 3 2021 (IPS) The greatest danger to the effectiveness of International Women’s Day is that it has become respectable. It is time for it to be day of...
Related topics: Austria, Vienna

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Us Investors Bet On ‘sleeping Giant’ Serie A’s Return To Glory Days

Rome (AFP) – Parma and Spezia have become the most recent Italian clubs to pass into US ownership with more than a quarter of Serie A outfits now in the hands of north American owners. Their bet? Growth in TV rights and the modernisation of...

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Milan Try To Keep Title Push Afloat In Rome As Inter Host Genoa

Milan (AFP) – AC Milan take their title push to Rome on Sunday looking to keep touch with leaders Inter in a top-four clash which could boost champions Juventus’s hopes of a 10th consecutive crown. Stefano Pioli’s Milan are coming...
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Italy’s Ambassador To Congo And Bodyguard Laid To Rest In Rome

Italy honored its ambassador to the Republic of Congo and his bodyguard at a state funeral Thursday, three days after they were killed in an attack in the Central African country.   Ambassador Luca Attanasio and paramilitary officer Vittorio...
Related topics: Italy, Republic Of The Congo, Central African Republic

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Myanmar: Heroes And Villains

By Jan LundiusSTOCKHOLM / ROME, Feb 23 2021 (IPS) Myanmar’s State Counsellor was recently deposed and arrested along with other leaders of her ruling party – National League for Democracy (NLD). The Leader of Tatmadaw, the Military, Min Aung...
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Italian Senate Gives New Government Of Draghi Vote Of Confidence

ROME (Sputnik) – The Italian Senate has given the new government led by former European Central Bank chief head Mario Draghi a vote of confidence.
Related topics: Mario Draghi, European Central Bank

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Comment On Belgium: Migrants Once Again Occupy Catholic Church In Brussels By Clifford Fodor

In reply to Dapto. They promised to burn it (Rome).
Related topics: Belgium, Religion, Brussels

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Imperator: Rome Review (pc)

I have seen lowly Thrace beat all other successor kingdoms in Asia while losing all foothold in Europe but I have also seen it wiped out first in the massive Diadochi wars. I led Getia to become Dacia and dominate Eastern Europe before failing to...

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Spezia Teach Milan A ‘lesson’ To Give Inter Chance At Top Spot

Rome (AFP) – AC Milan’s charge for a first league title in a decade took a big hit on Saturday after they were deservedly beaten at promoted Spezia and gave Inter Milan an opportunity to claim top spot in Serie A. Seven-time European...

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Italy Swears In New Cabinet After Weeks Of Turmoil

ROME (Sputnik) - Former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi was sworn in on Saturday as prime minister of Italy's new unity government, after the 17-month-old cabinet of his predecessor collapsed in January.
Related topics: Italy, European Central Bank, Mario Draghi

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Uk Lawyer Karim Khan Elected As Next International Criminal Court Prosecutor

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) - States who are parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) have elected UK lawyer Karim Khan to serve as the court's new prosecutor for a nine-year term.
Related topics: United Kingdom, International Criminal Court

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David Hume On Ancient Revolutions

The longest essay in the modern edition of David Hume’s Essays  is “Of the Populousness of Ancient Nations,” first published in 1752. The essay aims to discomfort those who lionize the ancients of Greece and Rome, by arguing, in effect, that...
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Italia Viva Party Ready To Help Form New Cabinet To Avoid Snap Elections, Renzi Says

ROME (Sputnik) - Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has said that his party Italia Viva is ready to help form a new government to avoid early elections.

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Russian ‘bad Boy’ Kokorin Joins Fiorentina

Rome (AFP) – Fiorentina on Wednesday announced the signing of Russian international striker Aleksandr Kokorin on a permanent deal from Spartak Moscow, just a year-and-a-half since he was released from prison. The 29-year-old was found guilty...
Related topics: Fiorentina, Russia, Moscow

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Zlatan Condemns Racism After Spat With Lukaku

Rome (AFP) – Zlatan Ibrahimovic spoke out against racism on Wednesday after a heated exchange with former Manchester United teammate Romelu Lukaku during the Italian Cup quarter-final in which he evoked voodooism. The AC Milan striker squared...
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An American Horror Story

By Jan LundiusSTOCKHOLM / ROME, Jan 27 2021 (IPS) Occasionally some of us might suffer from a feeling of maximal overload, overwhelmed by COVID-19 and the reign of Donald Trump. It can maybe be conceived as far too euro-centric to be concerned about...
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The Conversation: “the Only Country To Have Undertaken … Successful … Population Control Is...

Malthus, Ehrlich and The Club of Rome might have gotten everything wrong, but Waikato Professor Michael Cameron thinks we need to consider their work, and consider imposing curbs on population growth, if we want to prevent a future food crisis...
Related topics: China

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Closing The Gap Between Developed And Developing Countries: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Women ragpickers in Delhi scavenging through a pile of refuse for recyclable material. Credit: Dharmendra Yadav/IPSBy Daud Khan and Leila Yasmine KhanAMSTERDAM/ROME, Jan 25 2021 (IPS) Developing countries as a group have been growing faster than...
Related topics: India, New Delhi

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Pope Francis Calls For Further Support To Rome's Homeless As Deaths From Cold Weather Rise

Despite having to miss or reschedule certain key events due to leg pain, the Vatican's Pope Francis issued an appeal to help those living without homes in the Italian capital during the cold winter months.
Related topics: Pope Francis, Religion, Vatican

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Roma Lose Spezia Cup Clash 3-0 After Substitute Mix-up

Rome (AFP) – Roma were handed a 3-0 Italian Cup defeat to Spezia on Friday after they made six substitutions during a chaotic last 16 clash they had already lost earlier in the week. Paulo Fonseca’s side were eliminated on Tuesday after...

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