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Europe · Ischia
Thirteen people missing on Italian island Ischia after landslide - ANSA
hirteen people were missing on the Italian holiday island of Ischia after a landslide caused by heavy rain engulfed some buildings, the Ansa news agency reported on Saturday, citing the local police.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 139 sources
Europe · Ischia
Italy declares state of emergency in Ischia following devastating landslide
A wave of mud and debris hit the small town of Casamicciola Terme early Saturday morning. A first tranche of two million euros relief funds was released at the end of an emergency cabinet meeting which declared the state of emergency. More than 200 rescuers are still searching for a dozen missing people.See the Story
38% Center coverage: 26 sources
Europe · Rome
Long-serving Italian politician Roberto Maroni dies at 67
Roberto Maroni was a longtime leader of the right-wing Northern League party. He was also a cabinet minister in ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi's three governments. State-run RAI television cited a family statement saying Maroni died at 4 a.m. after a long illness.See the Story
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War · Ukraine
War in Ukraine, 5 motions will be voted on tomorrow. Majority works on a unitary text
The document by FI, Lega and FDi asks the Government to increase defense spending to 2% of GDP, also promoting “the exclusion of investment expenses in the defense sector from the calculation of budget constraints”See the Story
Coronavirus · Italy
From VAT to Covid aid, traffic jam with tax deadlines at the end of November
November 30 will be the last day on which it will be possible, among other things, to pay the 2022 tax deposit and the down payment of the contributions, together with the payments provided for under the “Scrapping ter” and the sending of self-certifications for Covid state aidSee the Story
Italy · Italy
Tronchetti Provera: “With the energy crisis at risk in Europe, welfare and democracy”
The executive vice president and CEO of Pirelli: “If there is no immediate reaction to the energy crisis, we will throw away what has been built in Europe in recent decades.”See the Story
Inflation · Ukraine
South, Svimez: 500 thousand potential new poor people due to expensive energy. In the last 20 years, 1.2 million young people have left the South
Covid, Ukraine, energy crisis and inflation impact families and businesses and reopen the gap with the NorthSee the Story
Italy · Italy
Pensions, here is what the Maneuver provides: from 103 to the 10% referral bonus
The potential audience of the exit channel with 62 years and 41 in contributions is 41,100 workers, while another 6,500 assume the postponement of retirement with the decontribution in the payroll and the frozen check. The women's option will no longer be usable by all female workers: only caregivers, disabled civilians and “fired” will access it with a population threshold that is lowered by one or two years compared to the new 60-year limit ba…See the Story
Italy · Italy
Chefs, waiters, labourers: this is how the Smuraglia law opens business doors to prisoners
The legal concessions sought by the partisan lawyer who died a few months ago are still little known. But the Second Chance project is making its way across ItalySee the Story
Taxes · Italy
Maneuver, the tax rises to 50% on energy profits
In rewriting the rules, the subjects and companies that will be called upon to pay the contribution also change.See the Story