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Tuesday 15 June 2021

News preview The Grillo case bursts into Parliament

The Grillo case bursts into Parliament

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The Grillo case bursts into Parliament. Beppe's wife also defends her son Ciro via social media: "A video testifies to the innocence of the boys." Conte takes no position.

On the front page

• The Superalloy has flaked off. Shortly before two o'clock tonight the twelve rebel clubs have published a note in which they say: "The project is to be reconsidered." Pressure from Boris Johnson was decisive, threatening havoc if British companies joined it
• The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe for EMA, although there are possible links to rare cases of thrombosis. In Italy it will be administered only to over 60s
• There were another 390 deaths yesterday. The number of people admitted to intensive care is 3.151 (-93). The positivity rate drops to 4,1%. People vaccinated (two doses) are 4.637.728 (7,78% of the population)
• One fifth of inmates in Italy have been vaccinated. Anthony Fauci was knighted by Mattarella
• In Minneapolis the twelve members of the popular jury found Derek Chauvin, the man who put his knee on George Floyd's neck, guilty of murder. The judge will decide the sentence within eight weeks. Risks up to 40 years
• In Chad, rebels killed President Idriss Déby, in power since 1990, in battle
• In Germany, the CDU has chosen Armin Laschet, 60, Ministerpräsident of North Rhine-Westphalia, as candidate for the succession of Angela Merkel
• The European Union has imposed new sanctions against the military junta of Myanmar
• A forty-year-old woman died after the removal of a mole in a farmhouse: a doctor and a guru arrested
• The record absentee from Catanzaro: hospital employee, never a day at work in 15 years
• Walter Mondale, vice president of the United States during the Carter administration, died aged 93

Titles

  • Corriere della Sera: The green card for traveling
  • la Repubblica: The school reopens halfway through
  • La Stampa: School, the government sells / in attendance only to 60%
  • Il Sole 24 Ore: Bonomi: «Avoid gambling on the Def».
  • Future: A third of the world cannot believe it
  • Il Messaggero: The curfew starts at 23pm / Schools, also in yellow
  • Il Giornale: Conte spring Grillo
  • I read: Yellow regions and green cards
  • Qn: First reopen, students mocked
  • Il Fatto: We joked: half-open schools
  • Libero: Kick, the fight breaks out
  • The Truth: Lady Grillo gives the coup de grace to the M5S
  • Il Mattino: Braking on returning to class
  • il Quotidiano del Sud: Let's not waste the Draghi paper
  • il manifesto: Sex, lies and shock videos
  • Tomorrow: Renzi's secret assignment for bin Salman's maxi project

Resounding

In Tokyo, 70% of children are short-sighted [Mercuriali, ItaliaOggi].






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