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Italy's Enel has sought permission to explore for oil and gas in Greece

Enel has expressed interest in three onshore areas in the western part of the country, Greece’s energy ministry said, adding it would duly decide on the Italian company’s application. If permission is granted, Athens will give other oil firms at …
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Italian pleads guilty to marine-hose price-fixing in U.S.

Reuters 3:27 p.m. EDT, April 24, 2014 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A former executive of Parker ITR Srl pleaded guilty on Thursday to conspiring to rig bids for marine hose and was sentenced to two years in prison, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday. …
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Rome Braces as Popes Become Saints

April 24, 2014 11:58 a.m. ET ROME—Rome, already straining to handle crowds drawn by the immensely popular Pope Francis, is girding for an epic flow of pilgrims with this Sunday’s canonization of two other beloved pontiffs, Pope John Paul II and Pope …
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Travels in Italy

Living Thursday, April 24, 2014 Michael Cleveland photo The Piazza Santa Maria in the Trestavere district of Rome is surrounded by restaurants. At the fountain, musicians often play during the day. The piazza’s main attraction is the Basilica of Our …
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Mamie Taylor’s chef gets his veggies—along with Italian sausage

When Tobias Grignon is cooking for friends and family, he gravitates toward simple meals full of fresh vegetables. Michelle da Silva One of the first things Tobias Grignon tells the Georgia Straight during an interview at Mamie Taylor’s (251 East Georgia …
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Roseburg Italian restaurant offers cooking courses

Expand Photo MIKE HENNEKE/The News-Review | Debbie DeNino, co-owner of Dino’s Ristorante Italiano in Roseburg, responds to a question while preparing ingredients for a cooking class. Expand Photo MIKE HENNEKE/The News-Review | Students from a recent …
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Man crushed by giant John Paul II crucifix in Italy

Rome: An Italian man was crushed to death by a giant crucifix honouring John Paul II that collapsed during a ceremony ahead of the late pope’s canonisation. A piece of the 30-metre (98-foot) high wooden cross fell during the event yesterday near an …
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Rossi will be fit for Coppa Italia final - agent

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Italian Toll Taker on Road to Recovery

While economic challenges are still lurking in Europe, the region appears to be gaining traction, making Europe one of the most attractive investment destinations of 2014, suggests Benjamin Shepherd, editor of Global Investment Strategist. Italy’s …
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WDIV's Devin Scillian travels to Rome for historic event

Award-winning Local 4 News anchor Devin Scillian will be live in Rome where Popes John Paul II and John XXIII will be declared saints in a canonization ceremony at St. Peter’s Basilica by Pope Francis on Sunday, April 27. Scillian’s special reports will …
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