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Italian PM Conte under investigation over handling of COVID-19 crisis

Prosecutors have investigated Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and six members of his government over how they handled the coronavirus crisis, but have recommended the case be dropped, Conte’s office said on Thursday. Judicial sources confirmed the prosecutors had investigated the ministers following lawsuits filed in recent months in various cities on accusations including manslaughter,

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Un aggiornamento dal Senatore Tony Loffreda

di l’onorevole Tony Loffreda, CPA – Senatore indipendente canadese (Quebec) Sono passati più di sei mesi da quando è stato segnalato il primo caso COVID-19 del Canada. Come la maggior parte dei canadesi, non avrei mai pensato di vivere un’esperienza così stressante e imprevedibile. La pandemia ha certamente portato alla luce alcune delle lacune della

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Vacanze made in Italy, ma stranieri “a picco”

Vacanze all’italiana dei connazionali, ma forte assenza degli stranieri, praticamente solo europei. E’ in leggero ma per nulla decisivo miglioramento la fotografia del turismo italiano dell’Osservatorio Confturismo-Confcommercio e Swg di luglio. Una spesa media di 1.022 euro a famiglia, circa 680 euro a persona ma ancora il 20% di italiani non prenota per problemi economici

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New Zealand goes 100 days without local transmission

In stark contrast to the United States’ ongoing battle, New Zealand reported its 100th consecutive day with no community transmission, making the Pacific island nation of 5 million one of the safest places in the world. With global cases standing at more than 19.6 million, with 726,000 deaths, and many nations reimposing restrictions, New Zealanders have returned

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Italian government defied scientists to impose strict coronavirus lockdown

The Italian government overruled recommendations from its scientific advisers for a softer lockdown, according to newly published documents. In early March, with the coronavirus rampant in parts of Italy, the scientists advised that the country be divided into two, with stricter rules for the harder-hit North. But just 48 hours later, the government announced a

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The Story Behind TIME’s ‘Plague Election’ Donald Trump Cover

For the cover of the Aug. 17, 2020 issue of TIME, longtime collaborator Tim O’Brien revisited his award-winning series depicting the mounting troubles facing President Trump. The new cover is the fourth installment and the first to depart the Oval Office, painting Trump at sea surrounded by COVID-19, as the White House recedes from view.

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Entrepreneur spent PPP loans on Lamborghini, Rolex, strip clubs

A Texas entrepreneur has been accused of misusing $1.6 million from the $660 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Lee Price III, a 29-year-old from Houston, spent the money on luxury items, such as real estate, a Lamborghini sports car, a Rolex watch and strip clubs, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ). Price is facing

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BC extends provincial state of emergency for another two weeks

The BC government announced on Tuesday it has formally extended the provincial state of emergency, allowing Mike Farnworth, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, to continue to use powers under the Emergency Program Act to support the province’s COVID-19 pandemic response. “In recent weeks, British Columbians have been reminded that COVID-19 case counts can

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