Lombardia, Italy Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Cop who shot Christmas market attacker is a Nazi sympathizerRead the original story

    Monday Feb 13 | New York Post

    Security and rescue workers tend to the area after a lorry truck ploughed through a Christmas market on December 20, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. The Italian cop who fatally shot the ISIS terrorist responsible for the Berlin Christmas massacre has been exposed as a Nazi sympathizer - and Germany has now called off plans to hail him for his role in taking out the killer, Bild newspaper reported .


  2. How heartbroken teacher found true love answering Juliet's mailRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 12 | New York Post

    I'd been a high-school English teacher for almost 20 years, and I was teaching "Romeo and Juliet" when Sadia, one of the students in the front row, asked me if I believed in fate. I didn't know how to answer.


  3. He couldn't be Romeo so he became JulietRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | The Toronto Star

    In his book Juliet's Answer, Canadian Glenn Dixon writes about what he learned by joining the peculiar group in Verona that answers letters to Shakespeare's heroine from the lovelorn. Author Glenn Dixon, a former teacher from Calgary, poses at Toronto's Winter Garden Theatre.


  4. Saturday 9:Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 11 | Sweet Memes

    Love Yourself Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here . 1) In this song, Justin sings that he doesn't like to admit he's wrong.


  5. "My Thierry" by Parabiago Collezioni at MICAM 2017, Powered by E.L.S.E.Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 11 | PR.com

    The Virtual Retail company ELSE Corp celebrates its return to MICAM this February, again as a technological partner of a 100% Made in Italy footwear brand Thierry Rabotin, by Parabiago Collezioni. This time around, the innovative brand will be launching their pioneering retail customer experience project and collection called "My Thierry" a brand new service providing plenty of opportunities for shoe customization and a higher level of brand loyalty as well as a unique engagement tool for department stores and sales partners of the brand.


  6. Meet the architect behind China's smog-sucking 'vertical forests'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Yahoo!

    Italian architect Stefano Boeri has a plan to steer the world away from glistening glass skyscrapers: Cover them with trees. Boeri's Vertical Forests reimagine buildings as enormous air purifiers for smoggy cities.


  7. Fashion Goes Digital at the Third Annual Epson Digital Couture Project EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Printing Impressions

    Double digit growth from 2016 to 2021 is making digital textile printing one of the most exciting market opportunities in the visual communications market. According to a recent report by Smithers Pira, "The Future of Digital Textile Printing to 2021", the global market is valued at 1.17 billion in 2016 with growth forecast at an annual average of 12.3% though 2021.


  8. Romeo, Romeo: What a Calgary high school English teacher learned answering letters to JulietRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Canada.com

    Canadian writer Glenn Dixon volunteered to answer "letters to Juliet" in Verona, Italy. He wrote a memoir of the experience called Juliet's Answer.


  9. 'From Deewee': Soulwax Are Finally Back With A Proper AlbumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | ContactMusic.com

    It's been more than a decade, but Soulwax have finally returned with a brand new studio album entitled 'From Deewee', named after their own record label. It might have taken ten years for the Dewaele brothers to bring us another collection of new material, but it only took them a day to record the thing on February 7th 2017 in Ghent, Belgium.


  10. Ocrim to supply maize milling line to KalizeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | World-Grain

    From left, Giovanni Gualtieri, procurement director of VIVESCIA Group, Alberto Antolini, Ocrim chief executive officer , and Vincent Jacquot, CEO of Kalizea, sign an agreement for the supply of a complete milling line for maize grits production. Photo courtesy of Ocrim.


  11. Pirelli end tyre test a day early after Vettel crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Pirelli had to cut short a Formula One wet tyre test at Ferrari's Fiorano track in Italy on Friday after four times world champion Sebastian Vettel crashed into barriers the day before. Italian Formula One - F1 - Italian Grand Prix 2016 - Monza, Italy - 01/9/16 - A Pirelli race tyre is seen during the Italian F1 Grand Prix.


  12. China's crazy smog solutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Fox News

    China is out to build a fleet of the most nature-incorporated architectural structures in the world. After a never-ending series of record-breaking glass bridges - and even a glass bathroom - construction has begun on Asia's first vertical forest in Nanjing.


  13. Opto Engineering, Matrix Imaging Partner for Machine Vision CollaborationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Photonics Spectra

    Heat Management Improves Performance Biophotonic devices, packages and systems are subject to performance variability and failures at high temperatures because of thermomechanical stresses and corrosive decay. But optical performance... The Long Wave Infrared Camera Market Heats Up Long Wavelength Infrared cameras are the most commonly used IR cameras.


  14. Business travel industry loses USD 185-M amid travel ban uncertaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Manila Bulletin

    Roughly PNA 185 million in business travel revenue was lost due to uncertainty surrounding the US immigration ban, Global Business Travel Association Executive Director Michael McCormick said in a report. Iranian-born bioengineer researcher Nima Enayati talks on his phone at Milan's Malpensa International airport in Busto Arsizio, Italy, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017.


  15. The Fate of Italy's Trump-Like Savior Hangs on Cities Like This an hour agoRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | Bloomberg

    With its historic center of opulent palaces juxtaposed against a waterfront of industrial relics, Genoa has long been fertile ground for a political fight. The Italian port where Christopher Columbus hailed from is also the home city of comic-turned-politician Beppe Grillo, who is spearheading an assault against the globalized world the explorer helped to forge.  With its faded mercantile past and present economic woes, Genoa is the kind of place that helps explain why Grillo's Five Star Movement, which wants faster expulsions of illegal immigrants and a vote on Italy's euro membership, is neck and neck with the governing Democratic Party in opinion polls.


  16. Soulwax announce first new album in 12 years, recorded in just one takeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | NME

    Soulwax have announced details of their first new album in 12 years - and it was recorded live all in one take. Last year saw the band return with new track 'Transient Program For Drums And Machinery' and announce a UK and European tour .


  17. Sexual orientation poses no risk to mental healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | PhysOrg Weblog

    A study led by ANU has challenged a common perception that homosexual and bisexual people are at risk of poor mental health and suicide. Lead researcher Dr Richard Burns from ANU said homosexual or bisexual orientation was not a major risk for long-term mental health problems .


  18. Correction: Japan-Shaping Sound storyRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | The Gazette

    In a story Feb. 7 about engineer Yasuhisa Toyota's work in concert halls, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he founded his company. He is not the founder of Nagata Acoustics.


  19. Syracuse is Sicily at its charming and eccentric bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Daily Mail

    Sigmund Freud described Sicily as 'the loveliest region of Italy: a stunning orgy of colours, scents, and lightsa a great delight', and Siracusa in the south east of the island has been inspiring people for ever. Local inventor and mathematician Archimedes was famously moved to run naked into its streets shouting 'Eureka' after his discovery about volume upon stepping into the bath and Cicero said it was 'the greatest Greek city and the most beautiful of them all'.


  20. China Builds Alive, Breathing SkyscrapersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Daily Disruption

    China is investing in a project called "Nanjing Green Towers," which would comprise of a couple of skyscrapers which would essentially be vertically stacked forests. It would be the world's third living breathing buildings to be built by the architectural company, Stefano Boeri.