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« on: July 13, 2016, 01:04:53 PM »
EU Instability Could Sink Italian Economy

Was Britain the first domino? Many fear that given the ongoing Italian bank crisis, the U.K.'s economic dive - and corresponding fears about EU instability - could bring the boot down on Italy as well. The European Union instituted new banking rules in January that prohibit saving failed banks with public money, but Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is threatening to throw billions at the problem anyway, in a blow to the EU's authority. With bank stress tests due this month, pressure is mounting on thus-far-unmoved European officials

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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2016, 04:17:35 PM »
Italian Police Arrest Homeless Man in American Student's Death

He was only 19 years old. Beau Solomon, a University of Wisconsin-Madison student, went missing shortly after arriving for an exchange program in Rome. His body was later discovered in the Tiber River, and police in the Eternal City announced Tuesday that they've taken a suspect, 40-year-old Massimo Galioto, into custody. Solomon's family says after his disappearance they discovered thousands of dollars had been racked up on his credit card in Milan. Now Italian police will proceed with what they've confirmed is a murder investigation.

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« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2016, 08:19:27 PM »
Italy's Nobility Rolls Up Its Sleeves to Survive
La vita's not so dolce anymore. Facing tough times, 150 Italian nobles have banded together to market their lush estates as boutique hotels, while others are working the land and, in some drastic cases, selling off their holdings. It may run counter to the dream of palace life, but it's necessary given expensive upkeep, high  taxes and economic woes. The idea is to form a pan-European "aristocracy route" to attract tourists to their castles and mansions and offer what Machiavelli called a "tinge" of greatness before they lose their flavor.

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