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- 11/04/18--01:27: Italy storms: Two families killed in Sicily house
- 11/04/18--02:33: Brighton fencers take home gold at the World Veterans Championships
- 11/04/18--02:32: At least nine people killed in Sicily floods
- 11/04/18--03:26: 'Amazing' - Byrne and Addison delighted with first caps
- 11/04/18--04:08: At least 29 dead as heavy rain and storms continue to hit Italy
- 11/04/18--05:22: Italian storms claim more victims as death toll rises to at least 29
- 11/04/18--05:39: Flooding in Italy kills at least 12, including 9 from same house
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- 11/04/18--07:41: Storms, floods in Sicily kill at least 12 people
Liverpool target Nicolo Barella has been the subject of a £30million transfer bid from Juventus, according to reports in Italy. The 21-year-old midfielder is in demand after a series of impressive performances for Cagliari in Serie A and an international debut. Barella has remained tight-lipped over a potential big-money move but his stock has continued […]
Reported by talkSPORT 27 minutes ago.
Fiorentina and Genoa could rescue Liverpool flop Lazar Markovic from his Anfield misery, according to reports in Italy. Markovic, still only 24, is expected to leave the club in January after failing to impress Jurgen Klopp, with the Serbia international yet to feature this season. The midfielder was on the verge of leaving Anfield in […]
Reported by talkSPORT 6 minutes ago.
Symbol copyright AFP Symbol caption The flooded space the place the tragedy took place Two households had been burnt up in Italy after a river burst its banks submerging their space in Sicily. 9 other folks died within the incident in Casteldaccia – from kids elderly one, 3 and 15 to their grandparents. Simplest 3 …
Reported by The News Articles 7 hours ago.
THREE fencers who travelled to Italy to compete in the World Veterans Championships have come home with a gold medal.
Reported by The Argus 6 hours ago.
A minimum of 9 folks had been killed in floods at the island of Sicily after fierce storms battered Italy. The sufferers had been reportedly contributors of 2 households staying in combination in a space that flooded after a river burst its banks close to Palermo. Youngsters elderly one, 3 and 15 had been amongst …
Reported by The News Articles 6 hours ago.
The 21-year-old Leinster back scored a wonder-try as Ireland beat Italy 54-7 at Soldier Fields in Chicago
Reported by Independent 6 hours ago.
Rescue divers have retrieved nine bodies from a flooded house on the southern Italian island of Sicily. More than 20 people have been killed in massive floods, landslides and storms across the country.
Reported by Deutsche Welle 6 hours ago.
The wave flooded Bagni Maddalena resort restaurant in Arenzano in northern Italy on October 29 during a storm which saw 150 km per hour winds and waves nearly 20ft-high.
Reported by MailOnline 6 hours ago.
New Ireland caps Ross Byrne and Will Addison said it was an "amazing" experience to play a part in the 54-7 win over Italy in Chicago.
Reported by RTE.ie 5 hours ago.
At least 29 people have been killed over the past week in storms, tornadoes, floods, mudslides and gale-force winds across Italy.
Reported by euronews 5 hours ago.
At least 12 people have been killed by severe weather on the island of Sicily, bringing the overall death toll from the storms sweeping Italy to 29, officials said on Sunday.
Reported by Reuters India 3 hours ago.
The pre-wedding ceremones of one of the most adorable couples of B-Town, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, have begun and we all can feel the wedding vibes in the air already. The first pics of Ranveer Singh post his Haldi ceremony are out and all we can see is, how Ranveer's broad smile refuses to leave his face.
The actor was papped posign for selfies with his near and dear ones on his terrace, where the Haldi ceremony apparantly took place. Clad in white kurta, the bright yellow colour of Haldi on his face cannot be missed at all.
Earlier, the pre-wedding rituals also kick-started at Deepika's place with a traditional Nandi puja that was held at her Bengaluru residence, in the presence of close family members and friends.
Check out the first few pictures of Ranveer Singh post his Haldi ceremony...
Ranveer Singh being the enthu cutlet that he is, happily poses for pictures post his Haldi ceremony.
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Looks like the groom-to-be had already put his dancing shoes on with the beginning of his pre-wedding rituals.
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Look at that expression on his face. That million dollar smile refuses to leave his lips!
(Image via Yogen Shah)
Here are some more cherished moments from Ranveer's Haldi. The actor is all set to tie the knot with Deepika Padukone on November 14-15. Reportedly, the couple will have an Italian destination wedding in Lake Como in the presence of their near and dear ones.
(Image via Yogen Shah)
Earlier, Deepika's pre-wedding rituals too began on Friday, with a Nandi Puja, that was held at her Bengaluru home. Deepika and Ranveer’s wedding in Italy will be followed by a reception in Bangalore for their extended family and another in Mumbai for their industry colleagues.
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Storms lashing Sicily have killed at least 12 people with torrential floods. Divers pulled out nine of those victims from a home flooded by a rapidly swelling river in the countryside near Palermo.
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No less than 12 folks had been killed through critical climate at the island of Sicily, bringing the full dying toll from the storms sweeping Italy to 29, officers mentioned on Sunday. Torrential rain triggering landslides and flood waters ended in the dying of 10 folks within the area round Palermo, a spokesman for the …
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Ulster back Will Addison is aiming to build on his Ireland career and force his way into head coach Joe Schmidt's plans after making his debut in Italy win.
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· *Italy recorded GDP growth of exactly 0.0%.*
· *The economies of Germany and the UK also looked fragile last week.*
· *"Eurozone growth is faltering faster than we had expected," says HSBC.*
· *Until now, Europe has coped with a war in Syria on its Southern border, Russian incursion into Ukraine, the Greek crisis, Britain voting to leave the EU, and Turkey falling off a cliff. But the Italian debt crisis and Trump’s global war on trade might be the final straws.*
Italy may be one crisis too many.
Last week, Italy recorded GDP growth of exactly 0.0%. The trend is down. If Italy doesn’t turn things around, its economy may well go into a contraction.
That’s a big "if."
The new Italian government is trying to run a deficit of 2.4%, well above the level previously agreed with the European Union — a policy that has led to clashes with European financial authorities
. As a long as Italy persists in fighting its EU bosses in Brussels, then investors are going to pull out of Italian bonds. The rot began on October 25, when Moody’s began downgrading all sorts of Italian bond vehicles, starting with 125 tranches of various mortgage and consumer debt bonds.
Needless to say, the more investors pull out of Italian bonds, the more expensive Itay’s debts become, and the more they drag on the economy.
*UK manufacturers reduce headcount*
On its own, Italy isn’t a problem.
But the economies of Germany and the UK also looked more fragile last week.
UK manufacturing PMI — an index of sentiment among factory operators — fell to 51.1 in October, down from 53.6 in September. (A measure of 50 is neutral; above or below that implies growth or contraction.) British manufacturers are hurting because their European customers are withdrawing business in order to avoid the complication of exporting from partners who will be outside the EU’s trading rules in March 2019, when Brexit happens.
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"The new orders balance fell to just 49.7 in October—the first sub-50 reading since the panic immediately after the referendum—from 52.8 in September,' Pantheon analyst Samuel Tombs told his clients. "Sharper falls in output, therefore, lie ahead. Fearing a protracted period of weakness, manufacturers also reduced headcounts, marginally, for the first time since the Brexit vote."
In Germany, it was a similar picture. Manufacturing PMI there fell to a 29-month low of 52.2, according to Markit IHS.
Manufacturing isn’t the most important part of the European economy. That would be services. But psychologically, Italy, Britain, and Germany all regard themselves as sturdy makers of things.
So the news is discomfiting.
Eurozone GDP growth for Q3 was reported at just 0.2%, quarter-on-quarter, the lowest since Q2 2014. That prompted HSBC analyst Fabio Balboni to begin a note to clients with this simple headline: "Oh dear…"
"Eurozone growth is faltering faster than we had expected. 0.2% quarterly growth is the weakest print in the QE era, perhaps a reminder of what a future without QE (QE is due to end in December) might look like," he said. Healthy annual GDP growth is roughly 3%, implying 0.75% sequential improvement. Thus, 0.2% is well below that.
Three of Europe’s four keystone economies are now faltering. Germany, Britain and Italy are the 4th, 5th and 9th largest economies on the planet. Only France, the 7th largest (and the third biggest in Europe) looks healthy. Three legs of Europe's chair are weak. This will have consequences for the rest of the world.
*The final straw?*
Europe has a tendency to muddle through. Growth here has bumped along since 2008, neither on fire nor outright recession. But analysts are clearly worried. One note last week, from Nordea analyst Jan von Gerich, captured the tone. It was headlined: "Euro area: Flashing red."
Until now, Europe looked as if it was coping well with adversity. War in Syria on the Southern border; Russian incursion into Ukraine in the East; Greece being Greece; Britain voting to leave the EU; and Turkey falling off its own fiscal/currency cliff — none of these catastrophes pulled the continent down.
The Italian debt crisis — coupled with Trump’s global war on trade — might be the final straw.
*SEE ALSO: $1.6 trillion in risky corporate debt ballooned after the Trump administration reversed an Obama-era policy discouraging high leverage*
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Storms lashing Sicily have killed at least 12 people with torrential floods as Italy's leader headed to the stricken Mediterranean island on Sunday. Divers have pulled nine of those victims from a home flooded by a rapidly swelling river near Palermo.
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