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Visit One News Page for Italy news from around the world, aggregated from leading sources including newswires, newspapers and broadcast media. Search millions of archived news headlines. This feed provides the Italy news headlines.

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    Israel Hayom columnist tapped as Israel’s next envoy to Italy Eydar, considered a strong Netanyahu supporter in the print media, will replace another political appointment, Ofer Sachs. Reported by Jerusalem Post 3 hours ago.

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    Brief profiles of the 12 players confirmed on the Europe team for the Ryder Cup against the United States to be played in Paris from Sept 28-30. Francesco Molinari (Italy) Age: 35 World ranking: 6 Previous Ryder Cups: 2 (2010, 2012) Record: 0-3-2 (wins, losses, halves) Justin Rose (England) Age: 38 World ranking: 4 Previous Ryder Cups: 4 (2008, 2012, 2014, 2016) Record: 11-6-2 (wins, losses, halves) Reported by Reuters India 2 hours ago.

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    Italian priest says brides with plunging necklines should pay MORE for their weddings Father Cristiano Bobbo, of Oriago, near Venice in northeastern Italy, said there should be a levy so that the 'least dressed pay the most' for their ceremonies. Reported by MailOnline 2 hours ago.

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    Hungary's ruling Fidesz party is strongly committed to the mainstream conservative group in the European Parliament for elections next year, a top official said, but will still pursue common causes with the likes of Italy's far-right League. Reported by Reuters 2 hours ago.

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    'Juventus have no Serie A competition' – Totti The Roma icon believes that the seven-time defending champions are currently untouchable in Italy's top flight Reported by Goal.com 1 hour ago.

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    Italy's De Marchi wins stage 11 as Yates holds Vuelta overall lead Alessandro de Marchi rides to a solo win on stage 11 of the Vuelta a Espana as Britain's Simon Yates retains his overall lead. Reported by BBC Sport 52 minutes ago.

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    Italy's Alessandro De Marchi held off the challenge of Colombian Jhonatan Restrepo to win the 11th stage of the Tour of Spain. Reported by News24 26 minutes ago.

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    Dr. Luciana Lagana has an interesting acting and producing body of work that includes anti-bias feature films.

    LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 05, 2018

    CSUN Psychology Professor and NIH-funded researcher Luciana Lagana, aka Dr. Luciana, received the Phoenix Body of Work award at the 2018 Action on Film International Film Festival in Las Vegas.

    Dr. Luciana has an impressive body of work, which includes hosting, writing, directing and producing award-winning screenplays, films, and series, such as the unproduced dramatic feature screenplay Old River Road; the short film Color of Honor based on a true story about a 9/11 hero, shot in collaboration with the hero’s family; the feature documentaries Understanding Pain in older Age, LGBT UNITED, and Off the Streets for Good; Intimate Temp Agency, the fictional satirical series on finding jobs for individuals with mental health challenges; and the Dr. Luciana Show – Aging and Falling.

    Prof. Maria Elena Zavala is the Director of the CSUN NIH MARC Program, which has funded several research assistants in Prof. Lagana's lab. She commented, “Congratulations to Dr. Lagana for obtaining an award for her creative body of work, including her anti-bias research films. I look forward to reading more articles once they become available on the results of the randomized controlled experiments conducted using her research films. One of the students funded by the NIH MARC program at CSUN, Melissa Martinez, has conducted experiments using some of them in anti-bias research. She is now a graduate student in Dr. Lagana's lab.”

    “I dedicate this Body of Work Film Award to all the individuals who work at CSUN. My academic colleagues have been very supportive of my efforts in the film industry. The CSUN President made me very happy when, at an event celebrating CSUN’s research grant recipients, she mentioned my research on older age and other anti-bias topics that I conduct using my films as being one of her favorite CSUN research projects. This 2018 Body of Work Award is similar in scope to the CSUN Exceptional Creative Accomplishments Faculty Award that I received in 2017. It is a great honor to receive this type of award both from my University and from an international film festival. I will continue working hard on filmmaking and on conducting randomized controlled trials using these films to reduce discrimination against under-represented minorities,” she shared.

    “As a psychology professor, Dr. Luciana Lagana brings a profound and unique perspective to her films,” commented Dr. Dianne Harrison, President of California State University, Northridge. “I congratulate Dr. Lagana on receiving the Phoenix Body of Work award for her important anti-bias films that explore the many societal challenges of our day, ranging from mental illness to aging to homelessness.”

    Written by Stefanie Friesen

    Dr. Luciana Lagana is a caring clinical and experimental psychologist. She is also an established professor of psychology, gerontology, sexuality, and women’s health at CSUN, where she teaches classes and mentors many undergraduate and graduate students from several departments. Additionally, she conducts government-funded research on ethnically diverse, mainly low-income older women’s physical, psychological, social, and sexual health. Concerning her artistic pursuits, since 2006 she has been studying acting and hosting in Los Angeles (in her teens, she was part of a touring theatrical company in Italy). Moreover, after studying film production under the mentorship of Prof. Nate Thomas, Director of the Film Production option in the CSUN Department of Cinema and Television Arts, she has been producing several social impact films and series. She is an actor/host/screenwriter/director/producer with over 30 film festivals' wins listed on IMDb and more than 50 IMDb film, TV, and web series’ credits. For instance, she created, hosted, and directed the award-winning educational project Dr. Luciana Show – Aging and Falling. At CSUN, Prof. Lagana won the 2017 CSUN Exceptional Creative Accomplishments Faculty Award for her anti-bias feature films and shows, as well as the 2011 Preeminent Scholarly Publications Faculty Award and the 2008 Visionary Community Service Learning Faculty Award. Reported by PRWeb 28 minutes ago.

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    Rome, Italy, Sep 5, 2018 / 10:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- For Sr. Mary Prema Pierick, Mother Teresa's impact did not come from her outward appearance, but from a personal encounter with the woman's unconditional and mother-like love and acceptance.

    According to the Missionary of Charity, Mother Teresa's greatness defied her short stature, residing “inside” her. Upon meeting Mother Teresa for the first time, Sr. Prema told CNA / EWTN, “It was not appearance, but it was the way she related to me,” that was most striking. “That was an experience of a person who loves, and who accepts me, and who wants me, and is a mother to me.”

    When “I saw her the first time she was already 70 years old, so she was already a little bent, but her eyes were full of life,” Sr. Prema said.

    Sr. Prema was in her late 20s when she first met Mother Teresa in Berlin, Germany in 1980. She said she was inspired to meet the foundress of the Missionaries of Charity after reading the biography of her life, Something Beautiful for God by Malcolm Muggeridge. “I was impressed by the simplicity of life the sisters were having in Calcutta and I could not forget about it,” Sr. Prema said.

    After this encounter with Mother Teresa, Sr. Prema continued to feel called to join the Missionaries of Charity. “Then slowly, as I became richer in my prayer life, I knew that I wanted to give all, all for Jesus,” she said. “And I didn't look for a congregation where I could compromise, having things for myself or conveniences, but I wanted to follow Jesus in this radical way of life.”  

    Elected to the position of Superior General of the Missionaries of Charity on March 24, 2009, Sr. Prema is the second to take over the order after Mother Teresa's death in 1997.

    For Mother Teresa, Sr. Prema shared, there was not only much physical suffering in the world, but also an invisible and deep spiritual suffering, found “in sin, in addiction to sinful behavior.”

    Spiritual suffering is a “real deep, deep suffering,” Sr. Prema said. “For those who are in the blindness of sin, but also for those who are suffering the consequences of those sins.”

    The solution, to Mother Teresa, was simply to love Jesus and to practice mercy. “Mercy was like a second nature to Mother because of the love she had for Jesus. And she invited everybody to put their hands, and especially their heart, to love.”

    To those thinking they may be called to a vocation to the religious or priesthood, Sr. Prema shared, “Do not be afraid to love and to give yourself.”

    And for everyone, Sr. Prema reminded, “Let us not be in a hurry and in a rush to complete things and projects and plans and become deprived of what is really making us human, which is to love and to be loved.”

    This article was originally published Aug. 15, 2016. Mary Shovlain contributed to this report.

      Reported by CNA 17 minutes ago.

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    Italy v Poland: line-ups, coaches' view, form guide We preview the opening League A match for two nations with new coaches at the helm. Reported by UEFA 12 minutes ago.

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    Sweden faced political deadlock on Monday after the far-right made gains in legislative elections that left the question of who will form the next government up in the air.

    The prime minister is usually the leader of the party with the most votes, but Sweden's fragmented political landscape after Sunday's election makes it impossible to predict who will form the next government.

    As expected, neither the centre-left nor the centre-right bloc obtained a majority.

    The far-right Sweden Democrats solidified their position as third-biggest party and kingmaker, albeit with a lower score than they had expected.

    Far-right parties have gained strength in elections in recent years in several European countries, including Germany and Italy.

    Politicians in Sweden will now "need a lot of imagination" to form a government, daily Svenska Dagbladet wrote.

    "However the dramatic bloc battle plays out, it looks like it will be difficult for Sweden to have a functioning government," paper of reference Dagens Nyheter wrote in an editorial.

    Social Democratic Prime Minister Stefan Lofven's "red-green" left bloc enjoys a razor-thin one-seat lead over the centre-right opposition Alliance.

    Fewer than 30,000 votes separate the blocs and nearly 200,000 ballots have yet to be counted, including votes cast in advance and abroad.

    The Social Democrats won 28.4 percent of votes, down 2.8 points from the 2014 elections, their worst score in a century.

    "Nevertheless, voters made the Social Democrats Sweden's biggest party," Lofven said.

    He has extended an invitation to the opposition in a bid to break the deadlock.

    "We need a cross-bloc cooperation," he told his party supporters.

    Lofven was meeting Monday with his party executive to discuss the road ahead.

    The four-party Alliance has however rejected his offer, urging him to step down and make way for them to build a government.

    "This government has had its chance. It has to resign," Alliance opposition leader Ulf Kristersson told his conservative Moderate party supporters.

    Lofven is seeking a new four-year mandate but he will have difficulty forming a stable government. He, like all of the other parties, has categorically ruled out any cooperation with the far-right.

    He could try to build a similar government to the one he formed in 2014: a minority coalition with the Greens that relies on the informal support in parliament of the ex-communist Left Party.

    But it would then be under constant threat from the Sweden Democrats, out to topple it at the first opportunity.

    They are ready to block any attempt to pass legislation, such as the autumn budget bill.

    Lofven could also invite the Centre and Liberal parties to join him at the negotiating table.

    "If the red-green bloc is bigger, the Centre and the Liberals hold the key and not Jimmie Akesson," the Sweden Democrat leader, said University of Gothenburg political science professor Mikael Gilliam on Swedish public radio.

    With one major caveat: the Centre and Liberals are members of the Alliance, together with the Moderates and Christian Democrats.

    Despite their differences, notably on immigration policy, the Alliance parties that ruled Sweden from 2006 to 2014 have agreed to try to form a government together.

    But that is no easy task.

    The Alliance would need the far-right's support to obtain a majority.

    It would have to either make policy concessions in exchange for the Sweden Democrats' support or offer key positions on parliamentary committees that draft legislation.

    The Sweden Democrats won 17.6 percent of votes -- up almost five percent from the previous election.

    The party's leader Akesson told Swedish public radio on Monday he expected to wield major influence.

    "He who understands first that he can talk to me will have the easiest time building a government and leading this country for the next four years," he said.

    But, he told news agency TT, "we have a long list of demands we're going to set in any negotiations." To avoid that situation, Kristersson appears to favour some form of broad cross-bloc cooperation with the Social Democrats.

    In the past four-year mandate, the two have signed 26 deals to pass legislation, notably on immigration, energy and the climate.

    "The most likely situation will be that the Alliance will form a coalition together and try to seek cross-bloc support," David Ahlin, opinion chief at the market research company Ipsos, said.

    Voter turnout, traditionally high in Sweden, was 84.4 percent, official figures showed. 

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    ROME (AP) — Health authorities in northern Italy are investigating whether bacteria in the water supply is behind an outbreak of pneumonia that has afflicted more than 100 people. The Brescia public health authority issued a general advisory over the weekend for residents to take basic precautions, such as changing water filters or letting water flow for some time before using it. But the notice stressed that the water in the nine hardest hit towns and cities was safe to drink. Officials were taking water samples and doing epidemiological tests, the results of which were expected in a few days. News reports say some 150 people in Brescia have come down with pneumonia, though the head of the city's health authority, Dr. Reported by SeattlePI.com 3 hours ago.

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    HP Metal Jet up to 50x more productive, delivering low-cost, high-quality final parts;
    New Metal Jet Production Service opens up world of applications to global customers;
    Partnerships with GKN Powder Metallurgy, Parmatech, Volkswagen, Wilo and more

    News highlights:  *                        *

    · New HP Metal Jet technology delivers mechanically functional final parts with up to 50x more productivity than other 3D printing methods and at significantly lower cost compared to other binder jetting systems
    · Metal Jet Production Service to fill orders for production-grade final parts beginning in 2019
    · Reinventing factory production for auto, industrial, and medical industries; New partnerships with GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech to produce Metal Jet parts for Volkswagen, Wilo, and more

    CHICAGO and PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today at the 2018 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), HP Inc. launched *HP Metal Jet*, the world’s most advanced 3D printing technology for the high volume manufacturing of production-grade metal parts. Providing up to 50 times more productivity^1 at a significantly lower cost^2 than other 3D printing methods, HP Metal Jet is being deployed by manufacturing leaders GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech for the factory production of final parts. Customers placing orders include global stalwarts Volkswagen and Wilo and innovative vertical market leaders such as Primo Medical Group and OKAY Industries.As part of its mission to transform the way the world designs and manufactures, HP today also launched the *Metal Jet Production Service*^3, enabling customers around the world to rapidly iterate new 3D part designs, produce final parts in volume, and integrate HP Metal Jet into their long-term production roadmaps.  

    “We are in the midst of a digital industrial revolution that is transforming the $12 trillion manufacturing industry. HP has helped lead this transformation by pioneering the 3D mass production of plastic parts and we are now doubling down with HP Metal Jet, a breakthrough metals 3D printing technology,” said *Dion Weisler, CEO and President, HP Inc. *“The implications are huge – the auto, industrial, and medical sectors alone produce billions of metal parts each year.  HP’s new Metal Jet 3D printing platform unlocks the speed, quality, and economics to enable our customers to completely rethink the way they design, manufacture, and deliver new solutions in the digital age.”HP Metal Jet is a groundbreaking, voxel-level binder jetting technology leveraging more than 30 years of HP printhead and advanced chemistries innovation. With a bed size of 430 x 320 x 200mm, 4x the nozzle redundancy and 2x the printbars^4, and significantly less binder by weight, HP Metal Jet delivers greater productivity^5 and reliability at a low acquisition and operational cost^6 compared to other metals 3D printing solutions. HP Metal Jet will start with stainless steel finished parts, delivering isotropic properties that meet or exceed ASTM and MPIF Standards^7.*Transforming Industries With HP Metal Jet Technology *In an industry-first collaboration, HP is partnering with *GKN Powder Metallurgy* to deploy HP Metal Jet in their factories to produce functional metal parts for auto and industrial leaders including *Volkswagen* and *Wilo*. GKN Powder Metallurgy is the world’s leading producer of materials and products using powder metallurgy technologies and includes the brands of GKN Sinter Metals, GKN Hoeganaes, and GKN Additive Manufacturing. The company produces more than three billion components per year and expects to print millions of production-grade HP Metal Jet parts for its customers across industries as early as next year.“We’re at the tipping point of an exciting new era from which there will be no return: the future of mass production with 3D printing. HP’s new Metal Jet technology enables us to expand our business by taking on new opportunities that were previously cost prohibitive,” said *Peter Oberparleiter, CEO of GKN Powder Metallurgy*. “Our DNA and our expertise in powder production and metal part processing using digitally networked systems will enable us to drive industrialization across the whole additive manufacturing value stream. By combining the forces of HP and GKN Powder Metallurgy, we will push the productivity and capability of our customers to unprecedented levels based on the economic and technical advantages of HP Metal Jet technology.”*Volkswagen*, one of the largest and most innovative vehicle makers in the world, is integrating HP Metal Jet into its long-term design and production roadmap. The collaboration between Volkswagen, GKN Powder Metallurgy and HP has resulted in the ability to move quickly to assess the manufacturing of mass-customizable parts such as individualized key rings and exterior-mounted name plates. Volkswagen's multi-year plan to use HP Metal Jet also includes the production of higher performance functional parts with significant structural requirements, such as gearshift knobs and mirror mounts. As new platforms such as electric vehicles enter mass production, HP Metal Jet is expected to be leveraged for additional applications such as the lightweighting of fully safety-certified metal parts.“The auto industry is being revolutionized – not only do customers now expect personalization, but by 2025 the brands of Volkswagen Group will have introduced 80 new electric models,” said* Dr. Martin Goede, Head of Technology Planning and Development, Volkswagen*. “A single car consists of six thousand to eight thousand different parts. A big advantage of an additive technology like HP Metal Jet is it allows us to produce many of these parts without first having to build manufacturing tools. By reducing the cycle time for the production of parts, we can realize a higher volume of mass production very quickly.  That’s why HP’s new Metal Jet platform is a huge leap forward for the industry, and we look forward to raising the bar on what is possible to deliver more value and innovation for our customers.”GKN Powder Metallurgy is also leveraging HP Metal Jet technology to produce cost-effective industrial parts with higher hydraulic efficiency for *Wilo*, a global leader for pumps and pump system solutions. Wilo is looking to HP Metal Jet technology to produce initial hydraulic parts such as impellers, diffusors, and pump housings with widely variable dimensions that must withstand intense suction, pressure, and temperature fluctuations.*Reinventing Healthcare With HP Metal Jet *To serve the medical industry, HP is also partnering with *Parmatech*, an ATW Company, to expand mass production of Metal Jet parts for customers including *OKAY Industries*, *Primo Medical Group,* and others.  Parmatech is a world leader in metal injection molding and has been a metals manufacturing pioneer for more than 40 years, specializing in producing low-cost, high-volume metal parts for the medical and industrial sectors.“HP Metal Jet represents the first truly viable 3D technology for the industrial-scale production of metal parts.  Our customers demand extreme performance, quality, and reliability and HP’s advanced technology and heritage of market disruption give us the confidence to deliver beyond expectations,” said *Rob Hall, President of Parmatech*. “We are excited to deploy HP Metal Jet in our factories and begin manufacturing complex parts, such as surgical scissors and endoscopic surgical jaws, and new applications and geometries not possible with conventional metal fabrication technologies. HP Metal Jet technology will play a key role in our mission to develop innovative solutions for the unique challenges of our customers.”*Designed for Mass Production:  **HP Metal Jet Pricing and Availability  *In first half of 2019, customers will be able to upload 3D design files and receive industrial-grade parts in large quantities from the new *Metal Jet Production Service**.* The parts will be produced by HP partners GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech to ensure the highest standards of engineering and production quality. For more information and to register for access to the HP Metal Jet Production Service go to HP.com/go/3Dmetalparts.

    Complete technical information on HP’s new Metal Jet technology can be found at HP.com/go/3Dmetals.Commercial HP Metal Jet solutions will be offered at under $399,000 and begin shipping in 2020 to early customers and with broad availability in 2021. Reservations for customers to pre-order HP Metal Jet systems are available today^8.

    *HP Showcasing the Future of 3D Mass Production at IMTS *Join HP’s President of 3D Printing, Stephen Nigro, on *September 11 at 9:00am CT at the Sky Ballroom, West Building, McCormick Place* for the opening keynote of the Additive Manufacturing Conference at IMTS. HP and its partners and customers will showcase their journey driving 3D printing metals technology into mass production. A live stream of the keynote is available by registering at http://gbm.media/hp-keynote.

    *About HP
    *HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. More information about HP Inc. is available at http://www.hp.com/go/3Dprinting. *Forward-Looking Statements*

    This presentation contains forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions. If the risks or uncertainties ever materialize or the assumptions prove incorrect, the results of HP Inc. and its consolidated subsidiaries (“HP”) may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and assumptions.All statements other than statements of historical fact are statements that could be deemed forward-looking statements, including but not limited to any projections of net revenue, margins, expenses, effective tax rates, net earnings, net earnings per share, cash flows, benefit plan funding, deferred taxes, share repurchases, foreign currency exchange rates or other financial items; any projections of the amount, timing or impact of cost savings or restructuring and other charges; any statements of the plans, strategies and objectives of management for future operations, including, but not limited to, our sustainability goals,  including the execution of restructuring plans and any resulting cost savings, net revenue or profitability improvements; any statements concerning the expected development, performance, market share or competitive performance relating to products or services; any statements regarding current or future macroeconomic trends or events and the impact of those trends and events on HP and its financial performance; any statements regarding pending investigations, claims or disputes; any statements of expectation or belief, including with respect to the timing and expected benefits of acquisitions and other business combination and investment transactions; and any statements of assumptions underlying any of the foregoing.Risks, uncertainties and assumptions include the need to address the many challenges facing HP’s businesses; the competitive pressures faced by HP’s businesses; risks associated with executing HP’s strategy; the impact of macroeconomic and geopolitical trends and events; the need to manage third-party suppliers and the distribution of HP’s products and the delivery of HP’s services effectively; the protection of HP’s intellectual property assets, including intellectual property licensed from third parties; risks associated with HP’s international operations; the development and transition of new products and services and the enhancement of existing products and services to meet customer needs and respond to emerging technological trends; the execution and performance of contracts by HP and its suppliers, customers, clients and partners; the hiring and retention of key employees; integration and other risks associated with business combination and investment transactions; the results of the restructuring plans, including estimates and assumptions related to the cost (including any possible disruption of HP’s business) and the anticipated benefits of the restructuring plans; the impact of changes in tax laws, including uncertainties related to the interpretation and application of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on HP’s tax obligations and effective tax rate; the resolution of pending investigations, claims and disputes; and other risks that are described in HP’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year 2017, and HP’s other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. HP assumes no obligation and does not intend to update these forward-looking statements. HP’s Investor Relations website at http://www.hp.com/investor/home contains a significant amount of information about HP, including financial and other information for investors. HP encourages investors to visit its website from time to time, as information is updated, and new information is posted.

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    ^1 Based on comparable competitive binder jetting and selective laser melting (SLM) metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018. Productivity claim based on: 1) up to 50 times more productive, on average, based on print speed for serial production up to 100,000 parts, and 2) solution acquisition cost.

    ^2 Low cost based on comparable competitive binder jetting and selective laser melting (SLM) metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018. Expected printer price for 2020 launch for lead customers.

    ^3 HP does not provide manufacturing services. Customers work directly with and pay for manufacturing services provided by a trusted third-party manufacturing partner responsible for fulfilling the order. HP provides design compatibility check for HP Metal Jet printing. Metal Jet Production Service^1 is expected to be available in Western Europe and US. Part production will be fulfilled and delivered by our trusted manufacturing partners with expected availability first half 2019.

    ^4 HP Metal Jet technology provides up to 4 times more 3D printer nozzle redundancy and 2 times more printbars compared to competitive binder jetting metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018.

    ^5 Based on comparable competitive binder jetting and selective laser melting (SLM) metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018. Productivity claim based on: 1) up to 50 times more productive, on average, based on print speed for serial production up to 100,000 parts, and 2) solution acquisition cost.

    ^6 Low cost based on comparable competitive binder jetting and selective laser melting (SLM) metals 3D printing solutions available as of July 31, 2018. Expected printer price for 2020 launch for lead customers.

    ^7 Specifically, ASTM/MPIF standards for tensile strength, yield strength, and elongation.  

    ^8 Reserve a printer is expected to be available in the following countries: US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. HP Metal Jet printers are expected to become commercially available second half 2020 for lead customers, with expected broad availability in 2021.

    Photos accompanying this announcement are available at:

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    CONTACT: Noel Hartzell, HP inc.
    noel.hartzell@hp.com

    www.hp.com/go/newsroom Reported by GlobeNewswire 3 hours ago.

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    Perma-Pipe International Holdings Announces Major Contract Award in Saudi Arabia NILES, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Perma-Pipe International Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPIH) today announced its subsidiary Perma-Pipe Saudi Arabia LLC has been awarded a significant contract in excess of $15 million by Italy’s Saipem S.p.A. for the provision of a thermal insulation system, field joints, and a leak detection system for two 55 kms (110 kms in total), 30 inch diameter, low sulphur fuel oil lines for Kuwait Oil Company’s (KOC) New Refinery Project in Kuwait. The project will utilize Perma Reported by Business Wire 3 hours ago.

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    Portugal is without Ronaldo but confident in getting all three points Reported by CBS Sports 2 hours ago.

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    According to reports in Italy, Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is interested in further adding to the club’s ranks in the form of Alessio Romagnoli and Mattia Caldara. The two AC Milan defenders are considered to be key parts of the Italian side’s squad, but given the business that Sarri has done already, it doesn’t seem […]

    The post Sarri wants Romagnoli & Caldara appeared first on Soccer News. Reported by SoccerNews.com 2 hours ago.

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    Mario Balotelli dropped for Italy's UEFA Nations League clash with Portugal Italy forward Mario Balotelli, widely criticised for his performance in a 1-1 draw against Poland on Friday, has not even made the substitutes' bench for Monday's Nations League match away to Portugal. Reported by MailOnline 2 hours ago.

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  • 09/10/18--06:29: Juventus want Werner
  • According to reports in Italy, Italian giants Juventus are interested in bringing Timo Werner to Serie A. The Old Lady have been making some substantial moves in the transfer window over the last few months, with the most notable being the addition of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid. Alas, this move is said to be […]

    The post Juventus want Werner appeared first on Soccer News. Reported by SoccerNews.com 2 hours ago.

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    Starbucks has opened its first Italian location, in Milan, but the news of the coffee chain's arrival was met with skepticism -More-  Reported by SmartBrief 1 hour ago.

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    Apple could start to distribute smartphones set to be unveiled on Wednesday not long after the announcement, with a report suggesting the first batch of "iPhone XS" and "iPhone XC" models could ship to customers as early as September 21 in Italy. Reported by AppleInsider 1 hour ago.

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