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Stefania Conti

Journalist. Born in Rome and graduated in sociology, she worked at (in chronological order): Adnkronos, Il Messaggero, Tg2.

Stefania Conti

Journalist. Born in Rome and graduated in sociology, she worked at (in chronological order): Adnkronos, Il Messaggero, Tg2.
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The hair trade

Legend has it that Elva (province of Cuneo) was founded by four brigands on the run, in search of a hidden and inaccessible place, but able to guarantee the possibility of living. Could not...

The truth cannot be erased

Tangentopoli is about to turn 30. It was said that it was a velvet revolution, the magistrates who investigated were celebrated as heroes, Italy turned the page - there was shouting in the squares. In reality...

Tomorrow, a "mature" novel starring three cities: Beirut, Sihanoukville, Sarajevo

Corrado Ruggeri was for 30 years special correspondent of the Corriere della Sera and head of the Roman edition. He is passionately fond of traveling (he has been to more than 80 countries) and writing about travel. Tomorrow...

Mask: protective, but not only ...

We've all been wearing it for a year now. The mask has entered our daily life and even if it is objectively annoying, we have resigned ourselves. But beyond the ffp2 and that ...

From sun to sun: the history of Argentina Altobelli

From sun to sun. It is not an indication of a romantic date, but the way to define a very hard story: working in the fields from sunrise until it sets. That is 12, ...

In Rome the ATAC goes up in smoke

Taking the bus in Rome today brings to mind what was sung by Sor Capanna, a Roman stornellatore: "whoever rides in the tram now or my people It would be mejo before a year drento Who gave a kiss to ...

Mental health in the time of Covid

We know a lot about the physical damage of the pandemic, but it is also good to ask about the mental ones. Which are seen less, but are equally serious and the WHO has already warned that the risk for ...

January 29, 1944: in memory of Massimo Gizzio

Massimo Gizzio was 19 years old. He was a student on January 29, 1944 when he was shot in the back. He died three days later, on February XNUMXst. Rome is still under siege - the allies ...