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Justice Department Investigates Pennsylvania Dioceses Accused of Sex Abuse Cover-Up | NY Times

Posted by on 19,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, Abusi, America, giustizia, Laicità, Testate Estere | 0 comments

By Campbell Robertson and Elizabeth Dias ERIE, Pa. — The Justice Department has opened an investigation into Roman Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania accused of covering up sex abuse for decades, a significant escalation in scrutiny of the church. The inquiry is believed to be the first statewide investigation by the federal government of the church’s […]

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Trump al Messico: “Fermate i migranti o mando l’esercito” – La Stampa

Posted by on 19,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America, immigrazione, In Evidenza, Latino-America, Politica Estera | 0 comments

Migliaia in fuga verso gli Usa dalle violenze in Honduras. Il presidente: «Basta aiuti per i Paesi del centramerica» Trump minaccia di mandare l’esercito a bloccare il confine col Messico. Il motivo è fermare la marcia dei migranti che dall’Honduras stanno cercando di raggiungere gli Stati Uniti per chiedere asilo, ma la ragione politica è […]

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Guantanamo, galera-terrore Usa, resterà aperta per altri 25 anni –

Posted by on 18,Ott,2018 in America, In Evidenza, Politica Estera | 0 comments

Guantanamo, la prigione statunitense sull’isola di Cuba, tristemente famosa per le torture sui prigionieri, resterà aperta per altri 25 anni. Donald Trump cancella un’altra decisione di Barack Obama– Il controverso campo di detenzione, aperto dall’amministrazione Bush dopo gli attentati dell’11 settembre 2001 Galera delle torture Guantanamo, galera-terrore Usa, resterà aperta per altri 25 anni La […]

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Cannabis becomes legal in Canada | World news | The Guardian

Posted by on 17,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America, Antiproibizionismo, Politica Estera, Testate Estere | 0 comments

Country becomes second and largest with legal national marijuana marketplace The Canadian government is ready to pardon those with a cannabis possession record of 30 grams or less as the country becomes the world’s second and largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace. Canada legalizes marijuana: here’s everything you need to know Read more […]

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Trump appears to make room for Saudis to deny involvement in Khashoggi disappearance – The Washington Post

Posted by on 17,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America, Medio Oriente, Politica Estera, Testate Estere | 0 comments

Meanwhile, Turkey sought to expand its probe to the Saudi consul general’s residence and consular vehicles. By Carol Morello , Erin Cunningham and Souad Mekhennet RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — President Trump offered embattled Saudi Arabia a suggestion of support Tuesday amid mounting pressure over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying the kingdom is being judged “guilty until proven […]

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Con Trump il deficit Usa è aumentato del 17% in un anno

Posted by on 17,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America, economia, In Evidenza, Politica Estera | 0 comments

NEW YORK – Le minori entrate fiscali per il taglio della corporate tax, l’aumento delle spese militari e l’incremento degli interessi sul debito pubblico: nell’anno fiscale 2018, concluso il 30 settembre, il deficit federale degli Stati Uniti d’America ha raggiunto i massimi, toccando i 779 miliardi di dollari. Con un balzo del 17% in soli dodici […]

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Paul G. Allen, Microsoft’s Co-Founder, Is Dead at 65 – The New York Times

Posted by on 16,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America, Tecnologia | 0 comments

Mr. Allen and Bill Gates started the company in 1975, helping to usher in the personal computing revolution. He died after a recurrence of cancer. Paul G. Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft who helped usher in the personal computing revolution and then channeled his enormous fortune into transforming Seattle into a cultural destination, died on […]

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Marijuana is emerging among California’s vineyards, offering promise and concern

Posted by on 15,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America | 0 comments

by Scott Wilson SANTA YNEZ VALLEY, Calif. — It is the fall harvest here in this fertile stretch of oaks and hills that produces some of the country’s best wine. This season, though, workers also are plucking the sticky, fragrant flowers of a new crop. Marijuana is emerging among the vineyards, not as a rival to […]

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Khashoggi, Trump avverte: se sono stati i Sauditi, li aspetta una punizione severa – La Stampa

Posted by on 13,Ott,2018 in America, Medio Oriente | 0 comments

Il presidente prende in considerazione ufficialmente (e seriamente) l’ipotesi che ci sia Riad dietro la scomparsa dell’editorialista del Washington Post Il caso Khashoggi rischia di mettere in crisi il matrimonio tra Washington e Riad, che vede quest’ultima asserire la propria innocenza e la casa Bianca minacciare «punizioni severe» se sarà accertato che un commando giunto […]

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‘We Need Answers’: Hurricane Michael Leaves Florida Residents Desperate for Aid – The New York Times

Posted by on 13,Ott,2018 in - Rassegna Stampa, America, calamitá naturali, In Evidenza, Politica Estera, Testate Estere | 0 comments

“When is anybody coming to do something?” one woman asked as Panhandle residents began searching for basic necessities. PANAMA CITY, Fla. — It was two days after Hurricane Michael, and Eddie Foster was pushing his mother in a wheelchair down a thoroughly smashed street, his face creased with a concentrated dose of the frustration and […]

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