Campania, Italy Newswire (Page 3)

Campania, Italy Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Kelly Brook flashes her cleavage at Ischia Film Festival with beau Jeremy ParisiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Daily Mail

    Gun and truck terror attack leaves 84 dead in France: Bodies strewn across road after lorry drives for over a MILE through crowd watching holiday fireworks before gunman opens fire Texas town mourns as father and son, 11, on vacation in the French Riviera are confirmed among the 84 killed as they watched Bastille Day fireworks 'This is war:' Donald Trump quickly seizes on 'horrific' Nice Bastille Day attack and says if elected president, he will ask Congress for declaration of war on ISIS 'Terrorists outside our balcony': Couple who watched Bastille Day carnage unfold told their daughters gunfire was fireworks - then posted a blow-by-blow of the attack online Horrifying footage captures the moment truck ploughs into screaming crowd in Nice after heroic motorcyclist throws himself on the vehicle and police open fire Huge cache of guns, grenades and 'larger weapons' found inside ... (more)

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  2. Juventus closing in on A 58million plus players deal for Napoli's Gonzalo HiguainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Daily Mail

    Juventus are closing in on a sensational A 58.2million swoop for Gonzalo Higuain from Serie A rivals Napoli. The Italian champions could even meet the A 78.2m release clause for the Argentina striker according to La Gazetta dello Sport , with Roberto Pereyra and Rolando Mandragora moving to Naples to make up A 23.3 of the fee.

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  3. Kelly Brook turns cooling off into sizzling boob expos in plunging cossieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Daily Star

    The former glamour model was snapped frolicking in the sea in Ischia, Italy, soaking up the rays on a romantic getaway with boyfriend Jeremy Parisi. Slipping into a curve-hugging leopard print swimsuit, the It's Not Me It's You presenter dove into the sea for a swim, but soon got distracted by the hunk and went in for a smooch.

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  4. Kelly Brook wears very sexy leopard print swimming costumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Daily Mail

    Kelly Brook's very sexy leopard print swimming costume struggles to contain her eye-popping curves as she goes for a swim in Italy with boyfriend Jeremy Parisi She's enjoying something of a sunshine break in Ischia, Italy, with her French boyfriend Jeremy Parisi and Kelly Brook looked incredible when she went for a swim on Thursday. The 36-year-old put on an eye-popping display as she headed to the beach with her lover, wearing a very sexy leopard print one-piece.

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  5. Gerard Butler's girlfriend Morgan Brown shows off her sensational figure on Italy holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Daily Mail

    Gerard Butler's girlfriend Morgan Brown shows off her sensational figure in tiny white bikini as couple enjoy another relaxing day at sea in Italy And on Monday Gerard Butler managed to tear himself away from the view of his beautiful girlfriend Morgan Brown in a tiny bikini to enjoy one of the island of Capri's most popular sights. The 46-year-old Scottish actor and his girlfriend of two years enjoyed a trip to the famous Blue Grotto, before heading back to their luxury yacht for some more sunbathing.

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  6. Kelly Brook hits the Ischia Film Festival with beau Jeremy ParisiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Daily Mail

    'Enough is enough': ESPYs get political as LeBron James, Steph Curry and fellow NBA stars call on America to 'see the value of black and brown bodies' before mom of slain high-school football player, 15, pleads for gun control 'Dora the Explorer is a bully!' Lawsuit claims child actress, 15, tried to pressure classmate at $40k-a-year school into smoking and called her a 'p***y' when she refused Latin American woman gives birth to baby with Zika-caused microcephaly in Texas becoming the FIFTH case in the U.S. Jilted Florida woman, 25, arrested wearing just a BRA after she 'intentionally crashed into ex-boyfriend's truck' because he dumped her right after they had sex Does this picture show a man's SOUL leaving his body? Eerie image of fatal motorbike crash shows ghostly shape floating above the victim Three monkeys killed after pack of dogs break into Baton Rouge Zoo, the latest in a ... (more)

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  7. Fired upRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | North Hawaii News

    Watching Patrick Sullivan craft a pizza almost seems miraculous. From the phone booth size kitchen in his mobile food unit, he begins by flattening a sphere of dough carefully into a wide disc.

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  8. 'Scapino!' includes audience in its production beginning tonight at Olympic Theater ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Peninsula Daily News

    Unlike most plays, the audience for "Scapino!" at Olympic Theater Arts will actually become part of the performance, said director Pat Owens. The comedy opens this evening at the theater, 414 N. Sequim Ave., and is scheduled to run through July 24. "Normally in theater there is a fourth wall - the wall between the audience and the actor - so the actor shuts out the audience and goes on as if they are not even there," Owens said.

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  9. 'Ugly' snails, now a prized catchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Bangkok Post

    In this May 23, 2016 photo fisherman Carl Berg unloads containers of whelks from a fishing vessel at a dock in Little Compton, Rhode Island.a < Rhode Island: Cooking a channeled whelk is not for the squeamish. But sliced and sprinkled over a bed of linguine, it's a chewy delicacy in old-fashioned Italian eateries along the East Coast.

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  10. Waiheke Island in New Zealand has been voted among the world's best islandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A New Zealand island has been voted one of the world's best, ahead of Bali, Hawaii and the Greek Islands. Every year, readers of US magazine, Travel + Leisure vote on their favourite destinations, accommodation, airlines and other travel-related categories as part of the World's Best Awards survey .

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  11. 'Ugly' snails, once ignored by fishermen, now a prized catchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    The sea snails known by Italian-Americans as scungilli were once hauled from lobster traps and oyster dredges as an incidental by-catch.

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  12. Williamsburg's 129th Giglio Italian Feast Kicks OffRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | DNAinfo.com

    One hundred and twenty five men will hoist a five-story, 4-ton statue above them and parade it throughout the neighborhood Sunday as part of the 129th annual Giglio Italian Feast that celebrates the life of San Paolino, a priest from Nola, Italy, who lived more than 1,600 hundred years ago. The 12-day festival, which began on Wednesday in front of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 275 N 8th St., features scrumptious Italian delicacies including seafood, zeppole and braciole as well as rides for kids and a bazaar with games and souvenirs.

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  13. Grand CanalRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | TrekEarth

    Grand Canal, Venice, Italy. This is the country that I can talk for hours. It was my first international trip in 1994 away from my home country.

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  14. Wasp ARG Enters US 6th FleetRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Holtville Tribune

    The Wasp Amphibious Ready Group , with the embarked 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit , entered the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations July 3. While in theater, more than 4,000 Sailors and Marines of the ARG and 22nd MEU will train with international militaries and help ensure naval superiority in the AOO. "This ARG is here to advance the security of the 6th Fleet maritime environment.

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  15. Beautiful images bring 1890s to life and shed new light on life across the globe 100 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Mirror.co.uk

    Locals are seen watching a possible demonstration at a street food festival in Naples, Italy in 1899, in one of hundreds of photochrome images Tourist hotspots from more than 100 years ago have been brought back to life through a series of incredible colour images . The photochrome images taken in the 1890s were painstakingly transferred from black and white negatives using a process coined by Swiss chemist and lithographer Hans Jakob Schmid.

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  16. Fugitive Camorra boss caught in MoliseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | ANSA.it

    Campobasso, July 6 - Italian police on Wednesday caught a fugitive Camorra mafia boss in a basement in Campodipietra near Campobasso in Molise. Alfonso Chierchia, 45, risks life imprisonment for the 1999 murder of Camorrista Aurelio Venditto at Torre Annunziata near Naples.

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  17. Watch a Mother Rat Rescue Her Baby From a Dramatic Snake AttackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | National Geographic

    That's the lesson from a battle caught on video in Naples, Italy, last week. The footage shows a snake carrying off a baby rat, or pup, only to be attacked by the pup's mother.

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  18. Gemelli With Shrimp, Peas and Green GarlicRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    The fresh flavor of green garlic, milder than more mature garlic bulbs, inspires this pasta dish, which also features another early season favorite, peas. With them, you'll want the fresh flavors in these three wines.

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  19. Photochrome images shed new light on tourist hotspots around the 1890s worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Daily Mail

    Bringing the 1890s back to life... in colour! Beautiful photochrome images shed fascinating new light on tourist hotspots around the world more than a hundred years ago In an era before colour photography was widely available, they offer a new insight into tourism over 100 years ago These beautiful pictures show tourist hotspots around the world while colour photography was first being developed more than a hundred years ago. The images were reproduced from black and white negatives using the early photochrome technique pioneered in the 1880s by the Swiss chemist Hans Jakob Schmid.

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  20. Video: Mother Rat Fights Snake That Stole Her BabyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | CBS Local

    CBS13/CW31 Television NEWS TIPS: Call 916-374-1301; toll-free: 1-800-374-TV13 or email [email protected] CBS13 is getting answers.

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