If Twitter has become, also for many politicians, a favourite tool to spread in a rapid, often rather simplistic, way their stances (or slogans), its use – especially when hurried – can produce a little gaffe.
The Italian news agency Adnkronos noticed yesterday that Donald Trump had “started his Sunday proposing an old tweet again”. What did it say? Simply that the President of the United States had just reached “Italy after the fruitful NATO meeting in Brussels”, where he had asked other nations “to pay more” to be “fair to U.S.” (Adnkronos). Read the rest of this entry »
According to EFE, level of attention would be high in “Greece before the probability that” organisations of smugglers search for “alternative routes through Italy” to bring to Europe “migrants and refugees”.
In fact, the most part of the latter has limited opportunities to reach this destination legally and the “closure of borders on the named Balkan route” would also encourage networks taking advantage of people desperation to think about new, dangerous paths. Another incentive in this sense could be given by the first arrivals to Turkey of persons expelled from Greece. Read the rest of this entry »
BARI (ITALY) – The owner of an apartment dies. At his home there is an appreciable number of books, that someone decides to throw out («la Repubblica BARI.it»).
The first, sad image on the stage could be described by the following sentence: «Culture in a garbage bin». Luckily, «hundreds of people» write the happy ending of this tale, starting to look for «a book to bring home» and avoiding to waste this «patrimony» («ibidem»).
TRIPOLI (LIBYA) – An official of the National Oil Corporation confirms the decision – announced yesterday by the Italian integrated energy company Eni – to suspend gas production and export from northwest of Libya (managed by Mellitah Oil & Gas, joint venture between NOC and Eni) to the plant of Gela (Sicily, Italy).
This security measure would be due to some armed clashes between the militias of the area.
LISBON (PORTUGAL) – Out of the courthouse of the Portuguese capital, Fabrizio Corona – whose business concerns, especially, photographic services and gossip – lets off steam with the journalists.
«I am not a criminal, I have not escaped», said the Italian agent of photographers, underlining that – being innocent – he will continue his legal battle.
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Corona gave himself up to the police, in Portugal, on last Wednesday. He had leaved some days ago, after having been sentenced – in Italy – to 7 years and 10 months of prison. Read the rest of this entry »