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    Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a 10-year-old child who they believe was given a “vampire burial” meant to keep the deceased from rising from the dead and infecting the living. Reported by euronews 3 hours ago.

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  • 10/16/18--08:38: Inter want Biraghi
  • According to Corriere dello Sport, Inter Milan, and a series of other Serie A clubs, are interested in signing Cristiano Biraghi. The 26 year old, who joined Fiorentina earlier this year, has thrust himself into the spotlight with his late international goal that helped Italy to defeat Poland in the UEFA Nations League. Biraghi spent […]

    The post Inter want Biraghi appeared first on Soccer News. Reported by SoccerNews.com 4 hours ago.

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    Haulotte Group: 2018 Third Quarter Sales at € 128.5 Million, up 25% Compared to 2017 L’HORME, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#earnings--Regulatory News: Haulotte Group (Paris:PIG) : Revenue by business line in € millions (*)   YTD Sep 2018   YTD Sep 2017   var. Equipment sales 364.8 312.5 17% Rental Sales 12.3 14.4 -14% Services 36.8 36.1 2% Total 413.9 363.0 14% (*) Data for 2018 and 2017 have been restated excluding the rental activity in Italy, which was sold on 21 June 2018. The variations presented below are at constant exchange rates. 2018 Quarter 3 activity In Q3 2018, Haulotte Group’s c Reported by Business Wire 4 hours ago.

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    Many workers in France, Germany and Italy feel bosses have no genuine interest in their wellbeing Reported by Independent 3 hours ago.

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    Suraj Panwar clinched a silver in men's 5000m race walk event to open India's medal account in athletics at the Youth Olympic Games but country's boxing challenge ended with quarterfinal defeat of Jyoti Gulia in Buenos Aires.

    Panwar won the stage 2 competition by clocking 20 minutes and 35.87 seconds on Monday night but finished second overall.

    In a new format, there are no finals in track and field (with the exception of 4km cross-country) in the Youth Olympics and each event is held twice, with results from both rounds counting towards the final standings. The 17-year-old Panwar had finished second in the first stage in 20.23.30s, behind Patin Oscar of Ecuador.

    Oscar, who finished second in Stage 2, won the gold with timings of 20:13.69s and 20:38.17s. Panwar's total time of 40:59.17s was over seven minutes slower than Oscar's 40:51.86s. Puerto Rico's Jan Moreu finished third to claim the bronze.

    This is India's first athletics medal in this edition and third overall. Arjun (men's discus throw) and Durgesh Kumar (men's 400m hurdles) had won a silver each in the inaugural edition in 2010.

    "It's a great feeling. I am very happy to have won a medal. I had put in a lot of hard work for the Games. It is my first medal for India," Panwar said after winning the silver medal. "My next target is to better my performance here and win a medal in the senior level also," he added.

    India's boxing challenge though ended at the very first hurdle after former world champion Jyoti (51kg) lost her quarterfinal bout to Italy's Martina La Piana. Gulia was the lone Indian boxer to qualify for the Games owing to her world title and lost in a unanimous 0-5 verdict to the Italian on Monday night.

    The 17-year-old Indian from Haryana was expected to do well at the event given that she was coming off a gold medal-winning performance at the Silesian Open in Gliwice, Poland last month. India's maiden and only set of medals in the Youth Olympics' boxing competition came in the inaugural edition of 2010.

    Shiva Thapa and Vikas Krishan delivered a silver and a bronze medal respectively, which remain India's best performance. While Shiva won his silver in the 54kg category, Vikas finished with a bronze in the 60kg division. In 2014, the best that India managed in boxing was Gaurav Solanki's fourth-place finish. Solanki (52kg) won the gold medal in this year's Commonwealth Games.

    Meanwhile, archer Himani was eliminated from the women's individual recurve event after losing her 1/8 match 4-6 to American Catalina Gnoriega.

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    Tensions between Italy and Brussels increase as the European Commission reviews the country's draft budget. Reported by euronews 2 hours ago.

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    Analysts at Danske Bank, expect expect a steeper EUR yield curve on a 12M horizon and forecast that the  forecast that 10Y Germany will rise to 0.9%  in that period. 

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    “Economic momentum in the euro area has abated due to headwinds from the external side and political risks around Italy coming back into focus. With the EU-US trade spat put on hold for now, we see scope for business confidence to recover somewhat in Q4 and still look for robust growth above potential of 2.0% in 2018 and 1.7% in 2019.”

    “Despite the ECB’s new-found optimism regarding the inflation outlook, uncertainty persists on the timing and degree of pass-through from higher wages to core inflation. We expect core inflation to rise only gradually throughout 2018, and also 2019, in light of lingering downside risks to growth. We foresee the first ECB hike of 20bp only in December 2019 (broadly in line with market pricing).”

    “*We still expect a steeper EUR yield curve on a 12M horizon.* The ECB still maintains a relatively tight grip on the short end of the curve. However, this is not the case for the 10Y segment of the curve, which we expect to be pushed higher by rising US yields, the end of ECB QE from the ECB and the pricing of rate hikes in 2019-20. That said, the *demand for Germany is expected to stay*. Overall, we forecast that 10Y Germany will rise to 0.9% on a 12M horizon. If the global trade dispute evolves further, it could weigh on risk sentiment and keep yields down.”
      Reported by FXstreet.com 2 hours ago.

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    Italy's far right Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini branded France an "international disgrace" on Tuesday for having driven two migrants across its border and dumping them in Italy. Reported by Reuters 1 hour ago.

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    On today's Raw Politics, the team looked at the rising tensions between Italy and Brussels over the country's draft budget and the high stakes behind a crucial Brexit summit later this week. Reported by euronews 4 minutes ago.

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    Shares of Neovasc Inc (NASDAQ:NVCN) are still up slightly on the recent publication of a favorable article about its Tiara valve in the medical journal Circulation. The article reports for the first time on the experience of transcatheter mitral valve replacement using Neovasc’s Tiara valve in 12 patients with previous aortic valve replacement. In response, Neovasc shares nudged up 1.6% to $2.48 in Tuesday’s afternoon trading session. Not yet commercially approved, The Tiara is a new transcatheter device that treats mitral regurgitation, a heart condition that is often severe and can lead to heart failure and death. READ: Neovasc shares soar on rosy data from first American to use its device to control angina The Tiara is implanted in the heart using a minimally-invasive approach without the need for open-heart surgery or use of a cardiac bypass machine. The article concluded that the Tiara valve was implanted “uneventfully” in all patients and none of those participating in the study required conversion to open-heart surgery or other support. The success of the procedure was 100% after 30 days, with mitral regurgitation being eliminated in all 12 patients immediately after receiving the implants. “Transapical mitral valve replacement with the Tiara valve in high-risk patients with severe mitral regurgitation and aortic valve prostheses is technically feasible and can be performed safely,” the study concluded. The Tiara is currently being evaluated in two ongoing investigational clinical trials. Tiara 1 is an early feasibility trial being orchestrated in the US, Canada and Belgium. Tiarra II is a European trial being held in Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom. Patients have also been treated under compassionate programs in Canada, Italy, Germany, Israel and Switzerland, Neovasc said. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Neovasc is a specialty medical device company specializing in developing products for the heart. Its Neovasc Reducer treats refractory angina and has been commercially available in Europe since 2015. Tiara, meanwhile, is currently under clinical investigation in the US, Canada and Europe. Contact Ellen Kelleher at ellen@proactiveinvestors.com Reported by Proactive Investors 1 hour ago.

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    French police were seen driving into Italy over the weekend to return two recently-arrived migrants. Reported by SBS 1 hour ago.

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  • 10/19/18--08:11: Europe’s shifting politics
  • There’s change in Europe as Bavaria votes, Macron reshuffles, and Italy and EU clash Reported by FT.com 6 hours ago.

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    Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has praised Thomas Tuchel’s calm style in contrast to the more intense coaches he worked under in Italy. Buffon ended his distinguished Serie A career when he left Juventus to link up with the Ligue 1 champions in July. The Italy legend played under a raft of recognised names during his long spell in Turin, including noted disciplinarians […]

    The post Buffon enjoying Tuchel´s methods at PSG appeared first on Soccer News. Reported by SoccerNews.com 6 hours ago.

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    Stocks rose across the world on Friday with a global index aiming to avoid a fourth consecutive weekly loss, but concerns over Italy's budget weighed on its stocks and bonds. Reported by Reuters 5 hours ago.

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    The European Central Bank's policy meeting will be relegated to a sideshow next week as the wrangle over Italy's budget takes the main stage. Reported by Reuters India 5 hours ago.

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    'It is nice that they see me as a point of reference for the people's defense, even outside Italy,' the politician says Reported by Independent 5 hours ago.

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    Reported by RIA Nov. 5 hours ago.

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    The European markets fluctuated between small gains and losses Friday and ended the session with mixed results. Concerns over Italy's controversial budget plans weighed on investor sentiment and drove Italian government bond yields to four-year highs. Reported by RTTNews 5 hours ago.

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    For more than 60 years, Franco Trincale has sung about worker exploitation, social injustice and more, breaking beyond the Sicilian roots of the cantastorie. Reported by NYTimes.com 4 hours ago.

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    Spain will have the world's longest life expectancy in the next 20 years — and the US will fall behind China in the rankings· Japan has had the longest life expectancy in the world for years.
    · But a study in the journal Lancet says Spain will earn the first-place post by 2040 with a life expectancy of 85.8 years.
    · Spain ranks highly in lists of healthy countries; most recently, it tied for first place in the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report. 
    · The United States, meanwhile, will fall significantly in the rankings, reaching 64th place by 2040.Japan will soon lose its long-standing title as the country with the longest life expectancy. 

    According to a study published Tuesday in the journal Lancet, Spain is on track to overtake Japan by 2040. It's 85.8-year life expectancy will just surpass the 85.7-year life expectancy in Japan and the 85.4-year average in Singapore.

    The remainder of the top 10 will feature Switzerland, Portugal, Italy, Israel, France, Luxembourg, and Australia, according to the study.

    Expatica, an online guide for expats, estimates that Spain spends about 10% of its GDP on healthcare. Spain also ranks highly in lists of healthcare systems around the world. The World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report, for example, recently listed Spain as one of the healthiest countries in the world.

    Globally, the average rise in life expectancy between 2016 and 2040 is estimated to be 4.4 years, though the United States will be far below. Americans' average life expectancy will go up only 1.1 years to 79.8, and the US will drop from 43rd to 64th place in world rankings.

    China, which had a life expectancy of 76.3 years in 2016, is predicted to hit an average of 81.9 years by 2040. The increase would put China in 39th place.

    Four countries in sub-Saharan Africa will have life expectancies of less than 65 years by 2040, the study found. Of the 195 countries and territories analyzed, Lesotho will have the lowest life expectancy, with an average of 57.3 years.

    In a worst-case result, Lesotho's life expectancy could be as low as 45.3 years, according to the study. The bottom spot is currently occupied by the Central African Republic, whose life expectancy the CIA puts at 52.8 years. 

    *Read more:* The 15 unhealthiest countries in the world

    The study's authors, who work at the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, relied on the existing data about diseases to make their predictions. For example, they incorporated information about rates of cancer, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS. 

    Alcohol use, tobacco use, high blood pressure, high body mass index, and high blood sugar cause the highest number of premature deaths, the study said, and these moralities are expected to increase. Though other risks, such as unsafe water and child malnutrition, are expected to decrease, the overall life expectancy will go up more slowly than before.

    *SEE ALSO: The average life expectancy is expected to crack 90 years by 2030*

    *SEE ALSO: Life expectancy declines seen in U.S. and other high-income countries*

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