Italian policy rehabilitates Berlusconi | International

And suddenly, Silvio Berlusconi. Again. It has happened dozens of times already. They gave him for dead – politically and sometimes also biologically – but he was coming back. His personal physician, Alberto Zangrillo, assures him that he is immortal. But there is something else that always keeps him alive: …

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ROBERT ST. JOHN: World Class Views in Italy | Local News

PETROGNANO-SEMIFONTE, ITALY — Customers judge restaurants by many criteria. I once read a poll in which the majority of people ranked service above food and atmosphere. I also read a study that found toilet cleanliness in the top three. While I agree that all of these factors are important, I …

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New car registrations fell 23.1% in the EU in September

Tuesday, October 19, 2021 New car registrations in the EU fell 23.1% in September, compared to the same period of 2020, reaching 718,598 units, the lowest level since 1995, due to the lack of chips. In Romania, the decline was 17.8% to 8.942 cars, according to data released by ACEA …

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Is the European center collapsing?

There is growing tension in the European bloc between those who are unhappy with Brussels’ growing interventionism and those who think the EU is not doing enough. The biggest victim of this escalation of the conflict may well be the center-right who, so far, has largely maintained the fractured bloc. …

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