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  • German Cup final: Irresistible Bayern Munich…

    Robert Lewandowksi scored two second half goals as Bayern Munich added the German Cup to their league title with a scintilating display against Bayer Leverkusen. Hansi Flick’s side remain on course for the treble. […]

  • Wolfsburg win thrilling German Cup final against…

    SGS Essen appeared to be heading towards one of the great upsets in German Cup history, but Wolfsburg are one of the best teams in Europe for a reason. After six goals in the game, the final was decided on penalties. […]

  • Bundesliga transfer blog: Leroy Sane joins Bayern…

    Leroy Sane is returning to Germany after spending four seasons in the Premier League. Achraf Hakimi is on his way to Italy after two seasons with Borussia Dortmund. Follow DW for the latest transfer news and rumors. […]

  • Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich: Bad for Bundesliga,…

    After a drawn-out transfer saga, Leroy Sane’s move from Manchester City to Bayern Munich is complete. While that’s a blow to the rest of the Bundesliga, recent history shows it will help Germany ahead of Euro 2021. […]

  • HT: Milan double stuns Lazio

    Lazio’s luck would seem to be running out, as Milan took a 2-0 lead at half-time with a deflected Hakan Calhanoglu strike and unusual Zlatan Ibrahimovic penalty. […]

  • Massara: ‘Milan unpredictable’

    Milan director Ricky Massara insists the 2-2 draw with 10-man SPAL was still ‘positive’ and a sign nobody can predict what will happen against Lazio tonight. […]

  • Liveblog: Serie A Week 30 Saturday

    Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three big Serie A games, the Derby della Mole Juventus-Torino, Sassuolo-Lecce and a reshuffled Lazio take on Milan. […]

  • Tare: ‘Lazio forced to win’

    Lazio director Igli Tare admits they are ‘forced to get the three points’ against Milan if they are to keep up with leaders Juventus. […]

  • Dodgers P Price says he won’t play this season

    David Price said in a statement Sunday that was in the best interest of his and his family’s health not to play this season. […]

  • Tanaka hit in head by line drive, taken to…

    Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was struck in the head by a line drive during the team’s training camp Saturday at Yankee Stadium. He was taken to the hospital for further testing. […]

  • Source: Burns out of main event for UFC 251

    Gilbert Burns will not compete in the main event of UFC 251, a source confirmed to ESPN. He had been set to face Kamaru Usman in a welterweight title fight. […]

  • Freeman among four Braves to test positive

    Freddie Freeman, a four-time All-Star who batted .295 last season and set career highs with 38 homers and 121 RBIs, is one of four Braves players to test positive for the coronavirus. The others are Will Smith, Touki Toussaint and Pete Kozma. […]

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  • Turkey’s strategic play in Libya to help reap…

    Ankara is looking to harness its carefully-crafted relationship with Tripoli to shore up its own economy. Turkish firms’ decades-long experience in war-torn Libya could boost their chances as the nation rebuilds itself. […]

  • Electronic waste: When billions in gold, other…

    Record levels of e-waste were produced globally in 2019, weighing the same as 350 mega cruise ships, a UN report shows. The surge in global e-waste is not only a major environmental risk but also a health hazard. […]

  • Coronavirus: Germany could benefit as foreign…

    Western universities are expecting a massive drop in international student enrollment due to the pandemic. Germany’s zero tuition fees, top health care system and coronavirus response could help it weather the storm. […]

  • Carrying coals to Germany: Imports still vital…

    In line with a government program, Germany will shutter its coal-powered plants to drastically reduce CO2 emissions. But until this coal exit is completed in 2038 at the latest, the country will need imports. […]

Overview of Italy

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 Capital Rome  Religion Catholic  GDP $2.1 trillion  Population 60,431,283 Continent Europe  Currency EURO  Language Italian

An overview of Italy – Italy or Italia as it is known in Italian, is a full member of the European Union – EU

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Major Cities – MilanTurinThe VaticanNaplesSicilyFlorence

Overview of Italy – Italy is a cultural powerhouse. Located in the southern-central part of the European Union, it is a country stooped in history and tradition. The Unique boot-shaped borders extend into the Mediterranean Sea. The country’s historical cities are world-renowned. The cuisine and geographic beauty make it a popular destination for more millions of tourists each year. The nation is home to Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest and most active volcano, and houses two countries within its borders – The Vatican and San Marino. Italy has been a unitary parliamentary republic since 2 June 1946, when the monarchy was abolished by a constitutional referendum. The President of Italy (Presidente della Repubblica), currently Sergio Mattarella since 2015, is Italy’s head of state. The President is elected for a single seven years mandate by the Parliament of Italy and some regional voters in joint session. Italy has a written democratic constitution, resulting from the work of a Constituent Assembly formed by the representatives of all the anti-fascist forces that contributed to the defeat of Nazi and Fascist forces during the Civil War. The Italian national tourism website has information for those wishing to travel or visit the country.  Information on your rights to live, work, travel and study in Italy, including access to healthcare and consumer rights, can be found on the official EU website.

Major Exports – Wine – Olive Oil – Pasta – Furniture – Art


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  • Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and…

    From live-streams of new plays to classics from the archive, here are some of the top shows online now or coming soon – this page is updated dailyLockdown laughs: where to watch online comedyThe National Theatre at Home initiative has reached a huge global audience, with productions streamed for free online on Thursdays at 7pm and then available for seven days. Les Blancs by Lorraine Hansberry, directed by Yaël Farber and starring Sheila Atim, Danny Sapani and Gary Beadle, is available until 9 July. Then there’s The Deep Blue Sea, Terence Rattigan’s portrait of emotional turmoil in postwar Britain, staged by Carrie Cracknell and starring Helen McCrory (9-16 July); and Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus, directed by Michael Longhurst, with Lucian Msamati as Salieri and on-stage orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia (16-23 July). Continue reading… […]

  • The eerie beauty of Britain’s deserted…

    Ciaran McCrickard began photographing abandoned playgrounds in England at the start of lockdown. “Parks that would have been well-loved and well maintained by local authorities suddenly looked forlorn, unkempt, forgotten,” says the photographer. “At times they looked post-apocalyptic – empty swings just swaying in the breeze.”View the full series hereContinue reading… […]

  • Mulatu Astatke & Black Jesus Experience: To…

    (Agogo)The Melbourne ensemble reunite with the father of Ethio-jazz for a driving Cuban, funk, reggae workoutLike one of its sinuous melodies, Ethiopian jazz continues to take unexpected turns. Melbourne’s Black Jesus Experience are one such, an eclectic eight-piece fronted by a female Ethiopian singer, Enushu Taye, with members of Australian, Moroccan, Māori and Zimbabwean heritage. This, their second collaboration with Mulatu Astatke, founding father of Ethio-jazz, proves an absorbing ride. Astatke, now in his 70s, gets to reprise a couple of his quirky, groundbreaking classics from half a century back, his vibraphone skills intact, but now with a rapid-fire rap or Afrobeat drums dropped in. The musical palette is broad, driven by a fierce horn section led by co-founder Peter Harper, with reggae, funk and Cuban flavours in a mix that’s softened by Taye’s vocals on a brace of Ethiopian wedding songs.The band wear their politics on their sleeve, whether from the gloriously named MC Elf Tranzporter or on the 10-minute centrepiece, Living On Stolen Land, about Indigenous Australian rights. Like other antipodean bands – say, Fat Freddy’s Drop – collectivity, groove and a powerful live show are prized and shine through; perfect for the festival season we are sadly missing. Continue reading… […]

  • On my radar: Rachel Parris on her cultural…

    The comedian and Mash Report star on Lemn Sissay’s memoir, Tank and the Bangas’ mindblowing hip-hop, and a very weird podcastComedian and musician Rachel Parris was born in 1984 in Leicester. She stars in BBC Two’s satirical news show The Mash Report, for which she received a Bafta nomination last year. She lives in London with her husband, the comedian Marcus Brigstocke, and will appear at the outdoor Drive-In Club, in Brent Cross, London on 24 July. Continue reading… […]

Travelling to Italy is usually very safe. It is one of the most developed nations in the world. However, the recent coronavirus breakout has sparked concerns when travelling to northern Italy.

  1. To prevent the spread of infectious disease health practitioners suggest you catch all your sneezes in a tissue and dispose of it immediately.
  2. Use hand sanitising gel regularly
  3. Use a face mask when in public
  4. Report to emergency services if you have flu like symptoms


So far the Coronavirus outbreak has not been contained. The World Health Organisation (WHO) is warning of pandemic outbreak as many nations including Italy, Iran and China struggle to stem the spreading of the deadly disease. 

Information about Coronavirus COVID-19

The Virus spreads through germs, when the infected person coughs, sneezes or is visibly sick. The person who coughs or sneezes should catch there cough/sneeze in a tissue and then dispose of it immediately.
In a typical setting, in the home, a virus can incubate itself and survive for approximately 24 hours. So always wipe down all surfaces, especially when you cook. Protect you and your family by using antibacterial wipes when you enter the home, from germs that may have been brought in from the outside whilst shopping.
If you are 2.5 meters away from the person who sneezes you should be safe from infection. Or give them a mask. If you feel you were closer than approx 2.5 meters then you should wash your hands with antibacterial gel and also wash your face with soapy water.
Drink and consume plenty of Vitamin C, although it is not a cure, it will help the immune system fight against the Coronavirus, COVID19.


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