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The totalitarian shift that has brought Mussolini back to the mainstream

The long speak: Italys CasaPound has been central to normalising autocracy again in the member states of its delivery. Now theyre trying to enter parliament On the night of 27 December 2003, five men ended into a huge, empty place complex in Rome, just south of the city’s main railway station, Roma Termini. A few epoches earlier, “the mens” had …

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Rubbish piles up in Rome as holidays and rain disrupt collections

Pictures of overflowing bins and bags shedding out their contents shared online as Five Star Movement fails to tackle waste Mounds of uncollected rubbish have been piling up in Rome since Christmas eve, with some occupants adjusting them on fire in protest against a municipal administration that has failed to deliver on its promise to tackle the city’s waste. Scenes …

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Rubbish piles up in Rome as holidays and rain disrupt collects

Pictures of overflowing bins and pockets spilling out their contents shared online as Five Star Movement fails to tackle waste Mounds of uncollected rubbish have been piling up in Rome since Christmas eve, with some occupants placing them on fire in protest against a municipal administration that has failed to deliver on its promise to tackle the city’s waste. Scenes …

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A Cycling Legends Secret War Mission: Saving Italys Jews

Italy and bicycles–the first thing they bring to mind is likely the neo-realist masterpiece T he Bicycle Thieves , which will shortly celebrate its 75 th commemoration. But there’s another story that’s even more powerful and all the more impressive for being true-blue: the narrative of Gino Bartali, Italy’s wartime cycling champ and–unbeknownst to all but a few–secret agent for …

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