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Europe · Italy
Giuseppina Giuliano, the janitor 'commuting' from Naples, and the expensive rent in Milan: at least 600 euros for a single
Giuseppina Giuliano, 29, leaves Naples train station at five o'clock each day to get to an artistic liceo in Milan. Her shift runs from 10:30 to 17:00. Giuliano lives in Naples about half an hour from the station with her parents, grandmother and two dogs.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Venice to educate next generation against flooding
As rising sea levels fuel fears that Venice will be completely submerged one day, local children are being taught how to protect the lagoon, a fragile ecosystem...See the Story
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Climate Activists · Milan
Climate protesters hurl paint at Milan's La Scala opera house
Environmental activists hurled paint at the entrance of Milan's prestigious La Scala opera house. The early morning protest came ahead of the gala opening of the new season on Wednesday night. Five climate activists from the Last Generation group threw buckets of paint onto the facade. Last Generation called on Italy to invest more in renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions.See the Story
54% Right coverage: 13 sources
Europe · Turin
Juventus Chairman Agnelli resigns with entire board
The Serie A club announced the news following a meeting on Monday. It comes a year after Juventus confirmed they were cooperating with police after an investigation was launched into transfers at the club. Current CEO Maurizio Arrivabene will remain in his role for an interim period.See the Story
38% Right coverage: 42 sources
MOSE saves Venice from near record flood
Venice's MOSE flood barriers system saved the city from flooding again as a 173 cm acqua grotesquealta moved into the lagoon. Without MOSE, local officials said, some 82% of Venice would have been under water. Tuesday's acqua alta was "worse than the great tide ofthree years ago"See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources