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Lo ha annunciato l'arcivescovo del capoluogo lombardo, cardinale Angelo Scola , durante l'inaugurazione dell'anno accademico dell'Università Cattolica a Milano . Papa Francesco a Milano farà visita anche al carcere di San Vittore di Milano e a un quartiere periferico particolarmente provato dal degrado.
  • Trump aide: Bannon, Priebus will be in administration

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    Mr Conway said his meeting with Trump was "very productive". She added that Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus has expressed interest in the position. But Trump ultimately went with Pence, Indiana's governor and a former congressman with Washington experience and deep ties to conservatives, to take the transition forward.
  • Dubai: Gangraped woman arrested, faces jail for pre-marital sex

    Dubai: Gangraped woman arrested, faces jail for pre-marital sex

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    The woman's family told the newspaper that the men who attacked her left the UAE just hours after the incident and that she had been left in need of £24,000 for legal fees. Britain's Foreign Office says it is aware of the incident and is working to support the woman. In the UAE married couples are prohibited from having sex outside marriage, while a single person is forbidden from having sex with someone who is Wednesday.
  • Hillary Clinton Says FBI Cost Her the Election

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    She blames now Mr Comey for United States presidential race defeat. Clinton was anticipated to be the favourite in almost every national public opinion poll, going into Tuesday's race. The second letter sent by Comey clearing Clinton did nothing but fire up Trump supporters and didn't help put any undecided voters in her court, she said on the call.
  • LAPD Arrests Five During Anti-Trump Protest in Downtown L.A.

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    The New York marchers rallied in Union Square Park for the march to Trump Tower, from which the next president has been planning the transition ton his inauguration on 20 January. Demonstrators hold signs at a protest in Manhattan. The biggest rallies were in New York , Los Angeles and Chicago, where organizers said they wanted to build on the momentum after several nights of protests triggered by the real-estate mogul's surprise win in Tuesday's presidential election .
  • 100% fiber network powered by AT&T Fiber now available in Reno area

    100% fiber network powered by AT&T Fiber now available in Reno area

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    A perspective on the high-speed at which the internet service delivers shows that 1 gigabit is about 1,000 megabits per second and is much faster than average broadband services that provide about 12 megabits per second. Customers can enjoy our fastest upload and download speeds. For more information, go to: www.att.com/speed101Available in select areas. Actual speeds vary.
  • Anti-Trump Protest Hits Washington D.C. Days After Election

    Anti-Trump Protest Hits Washington D.C. Days After Election

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    During an anti-Trump protest that stretched from Friday night into early Saturday, several thousands of protestors marched through downtown Los Angeles when some of the demonstrators began vandalizing property, blocking main roads, assaulting, and interfering with officers, and refusing to leave when conditions became unsafe.
  • Cows stranded by New Zealand quake are rescued

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    Australian, US and Canadian warships are heading to Kaikoura and their helicopters would increase the numbers that could be evacuated, Stuart-Black said. Other tourists also said they planned to continue their trips, and travel agencies said they hadn't noticed a drop off in bookings, easing concerns about a major hit to the sector, New Zealand's biggest export earner.
  • Pope Francis doesn't judge Donald Trump; refrains from commenting on US President-elect

    Pope Francis doesn't judge Donald Trump; refrains from commenting on US President-elect

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    Some 600 homeless people from Germany are about to meet Pope Francis. "I ask pardon", the pope said, on behalf of Christians who, "faced with a poor person or a situation of poverty, look the other way". A Vatican spokesman later said this was not a personal attack. Inequality is "the greatest evil" in the world, he noted, adding that money creates it and "goes against those measures that tend to level out wellbeing and thus favor equality".