Italian government bans cruise ships from Venice

Italy announced the ban on large cruise ships navigate the northern city of Venice. Culture Minister Dario Franceschini said the ban was approved at a cabinet meeting on July 13 and would go into effect on August 1. lagoon near St. Mark’s Square and the Giudecca Canal. The lagoon area …

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Europe wields stick to boost vaccination as Delta variant spreads

According to the thousands of demonstrators who took to the streets of Paris, Montpellier and other French cities this week, their country has become “a dictatorship” and its president is reestablishing “apartheid”. The reason for their anger: Emmanuel Macron’s decision to make vaccination against Covid-19 compulsory for all health workers, …

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“Another England”: football counts on racial politics

London – Britain’s right-wing government has carved out an electoral advantage by ridiculing “awakened” politics and racial justice activists, but it is now on the defensive against a united and popular group. The “culture wars” and forays into the ballot box by Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson have made life …

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PSG sign Italy star goalkeeper Donnarumma for 5-year contract

Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma makes a save on England’s Jadon Sancho during a penalty shoot-out following the Euro 2020 Football Championship final match between England and Italy at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday 11 July 2021. (Mike Egerton / PA via AP) Mike Egerton PA PARIS Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi …

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