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7 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes
The American Beach near Camp Darby, Italy, is reserved for American military ID card holders and some allied forces in Europe.
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7 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
I've heard criticism that Mayor Bill de Blasio 's 10-day family summer vacation to Italy, scheduled to start Friday, is too long.
8 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator
ITALY is no greenhorn when it comes to holding the presidency of the Council of the European Union, as the homeland of Roberto Martini has done it 11 times.
12 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Italian crooner Patrizio Buanne tops the lineup for Festa Italiana , which hopes your visit to this year's lakefront festival will have you agreeing that "It Feels Good to Be Italian."
15 hrs ago | The Nation
Streams of Thai investment in canned sea food, paper and petrochemical in recent years in France have contributed to the well beings of French people and improve their country's stuttering economy.
Katie Parla is a Rome-based food and beverage journalist. She is the author of the blog Parla Food , the mobile app Katie Parla's Rome , and is working on a cookbook, Really Roman , to be published by Clarkson Potter in Spring 2016.
Some 80 Tohoku teenagers in an OECD-supported educational project will hold a cultural festival in Paris in August to express gratitude to those who supported the region's recovery, student representatives said Friday.
AS HUGH Jackman continues to tear through his bucket list, the buff actor may have just come face to face with a physique to rival his own.
It was our last day in Florence, and the four of us were exhausted and ready to go home.
Pope puts another British woman on road to sainthood: Little-known 19th century Carmelite nun Sophie Leeves said to have lived life of 'heroic virtue' He formally declared that Mother Mary Veronica of the Passion, a little-known Carmelite nun, had lived a life of 'heroic virtue'.
Timeshares are really overrated when you think about it. These days it's all about buying some real space, like in the form of an exceptionally beautiful, abandoned Italian village - and it'll cost you less than $1 million.
If you're in Paris at the moment to take part in the festivities - which include air shows, parades, fireworks, and most importantly everyone getting righteously hammered underneath the Eiffel Tower - you know you're stoked.
I'm back from a 16-day trip to Italy with some fond memories, a few souvenirs -- wine, olive oil and olive wood kitchen utensils -- and a limp.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 07:39 pm
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