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Man shoots acquaintance along busy Rome road, police say
Rome police are searching for a man they say shot an acquaintance in broad daylight on a busy road following a dispute inside a gas station Wednesday afternoon. Patrick Cortez Turner, 34, allegedly opened fire on 25-year-old Charmian Perkins during an argument at an Exxon on Shorter Avenue about 12:
Italy confirms daughter of missing North Korea diplomat returned home
ROME (Reuters) - North Korea informed Italy last year that the daughter of its acting ambassador had asked to return home after her father left his post in Rome, the Italian foreign ministry said on Wednesday.
Owner: Fight at Parma family center started when man crashed daughter’s party
PARMA, Ohio-- There are developments in the investigation of the melee at a family entertainment center in Parma. Officers rushed to Make Believe Family Fun Center on Day Drive Sunday night after employees reported a large fight.
Will 'Suburra' Return For Season 3? The Future Looks Bright For The Italian Crime Drama
Netflix is home to quite a few gritty, international crime dramas, one of which is returning this week. Suburra, an Italian series based on a novel of the same name, makes its comeback on Feb. 22. But it's never too early to start wondering: Are these the final episodes, or will Suburra return for S
Former WNY priest, sex abuse survivor, in Rome during papal conference
ROME, Italy (WIVB) - The first ever papal conference on sexual abuse is taking place in Rome this week. More than 100 bishops from all around the world have gathered to discuss how to "protect minors in the church."
A Million Little Things
Need to catch up? Check out the previous A Million Little Things recap here. Maggie’s intense mother shows up in this week’s A Million Little Things, and the relative smoothness of that visit is a measure of how rough it gets in other parts of the episode.
Woman sentenced to three years in prison for falsely accusing Parma Heights police chief of rape
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A judge on Tuesday handed down a three-year prison sentence to a woman who admitted that she falsely accused Parma Heights Police Chief Steve Scharschmidt of rape.
Emilia : Do I blog the truth?
Do I blog the truth? Am I economical with the truth? Do I let truth prevail? Do I tell the whole truth?. I have been asked that a number of times in these over ten years that I have been blogging. Have I sullied the good name, character and reputation of people…even captain of Industries and Politic
Restored Raphael cartoon gets new display at Milan’s Biblioteca Ambrosiana
It took a crane to lift the enormous vitrine for Raphael’s restored cartoon, The School of Athens (around 1508), into Milan’s Biblioteca Ambrosiana last October. Protected under the 24 sq. m sheet of glass, the largest surviving Renaissance cartoon will go back on view in the library’s art gallery o
Ending the silence on sex abuse: Vatican holds summit
VATICAN CITY (AP) — If Pope Francis needed a concrete example to justify summoning church leaders from around the globe to Rome for a tutorial on clergy sex abuse, Sister Bernardine Pemii has it.
Canada PM's chief secretary resigns amid SNC-Lavalin controversy
(Reuters) - A top aide to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau resigned unexpectedly on Monday amid allegations Trudeau’s office had pressured the former justice minister to help construction firm SNC-Lavalin Group Inc avoid criminal prosecution.
Centre-right to top EU poll; far-right surges - survey
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The centre-right is set to remain the biggest group in the EU legislature after elections in May that should also show a surge in seats for the far-right, a survey by the European Parliament showed on Monday.
Exclusive: RWE to win EU okay to buy E.ON, Innogy renewables businesses - sources
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - German utility RWE is set to gain unconditional EU antitrust approval to buy the renewables businesses of both E.ON and Innogy in a deal that will reshape the German energy market, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Eastern Libyan military forces claim control of El Feel oilfield
BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Eastern-based Libyan military forces have taken control of the 70,000 barrel per day south-western El Feel oilfield, their spokesman said on Thursday.
The Top 5 Trends We Spotted at London Fashion Week
Overall, the message from the London runways was clear: Go big or go home. We may only be halfway through fashion month—with New York and London down, and Milan and Paris to go—but next season’s biggest trends are already taking shape. We’ve rounded up the biggest trends from the NYFW runways, and h
March Festivals and Holiday Events in Italy
March is a great month to visit Italy. Springtime weather starts to take hold in most of the country, and there are fun and interesting events taking place in all corners of the nation. Note that unless Easter falls in March, there are no legal holidays this month, but there are still plenty of fest
How to watch A Million Little Things Season 1, Episode 16 live online
There is a brand new episode of A Million Little Things airing on ABC tonight, here is everything we know about the episode along with how to watch A Million Little Things Season 1, Episode 16 live online.
A Million Little Things Round Table: Will Katherine and Eddie Reconcile?
That's yet another question Fanatics were asking at the end of A Million Little Things Season 1 Episode 15. There was also a question of what was the presumed Barbara Morgan doing outside of Delilah's home watching her?
Sausage sold across Northeast Ohio under recall because it wasn’t inspected
PARMA, Ohio – Jugo’s, Inc of Parma, Ohio is voluntarily recalling Balkan Syle Sausage that didn’t undergo a state inspection. The frozen raw sausage products were produced and packaged from June 1, 2018 through August 31, 2018.
The two reasons Claudio Ranieri believes he can pull off Fulham survival miracle
February, 19th place and just 15 points. Claudio Ranieri's situation at Parma wasn't too dissimilar from his current predicament with Fulham. In that 2006/07 season Ranieri won 17 points from ten matches to keep his team in Serie A.