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Italy remembers the victims of the Bologna Massacre 40 years on
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France and Italy agree to unify border forces to combat people smuggling
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Even dinosaurs flock to the beach in Italy's heatwave
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Vikram Chandra analyses Covid-19 spike in India & other top news
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Italy's oldest student caps off studies at 96
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Pentagon details troop withdraw from Germany
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Zanardi returning to intensive care in Milan
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Lamborghini Launches New Way To Customize Car
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Relief in Italy and Greece after EU coronavirus recovery deal
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Sperm whale caught in nets near Sicily
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EU survives COVID talks but not unscathed
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EU agrees 'historic' recovery deal
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An artist in Italy has carved a huge portrait of Joe Biden into this field
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COVID-19 cases increasing in certain states, they'll reach peak little later: AIIMS Director
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Italy's Coast Guard rescuing sperm whale entangled in fishing net off Sicily coast
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Merkel warns of possible EU summit failure
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Can Pregnancy Spread The Coronavirus To Fetuses?
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80 Percent of Hospitalised COVID-19 Patients Have Symptoms for Months, Study Says
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EU leaders meet ahead of crunch summit to paper over the cracks of COVID recovery plan
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