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FILE PHOTO: A man looks at his iPhone in Rome September 11, 2012. REUTERS/Max RossiMILAN (Reuters) - The number of high speed fibre optic broadband lines in Europe is expected to more than double over the next six years from last year’s levels as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates demand for faster internet services, a study showed on Thursday. Houses passed is an industry term meaning the potential number of premises a service provider could connect to high-speed fibre optic broadband. According to the forecasts, the number of subscribers in the EU and Britain will increase to around 148 million in 2026 from 70.4 million in 2019. Among factors boosting fibre-to-the-home adoption across Europe, the report cites switch off plans for old-copper networks and a strong commitment by governments to fibre optic rollout plans.
Persons: Max Rossi MILAN, Organizations: REUTERS, European Union, Britain, FTTH, EU Locations: Rome, Europe, Germany, Britain, Italy
FILE PHOTO: A man walks in front of the Monte dei Paschi bank in Siena, central Italy, January 29, 2016. Italy’s Treasury and Bank of America declined to comment, while Orrick was not immediately available. Rome is expected to pay about 150,000 euros in financial and legal fees, with the lion’s share going to Bank of America, the sources said. Rome has set aside 1.5 billion euros to shore up MPS but the bank faces a shortfall of at least 2 billion, sources have said. In the case of MPS, that entails a 3 billion euro earnings boost, sources have said.
Persons: Max Rossi, Giorgio Cocini, Patrizio Messina, Marco Nicolini, Orrick, Jean Pierre Mustier, Organizations: Treasury, of America, REUTERS, Bank, America’s, Bank of America, UBI Banca, MPS, Banco Locations: MILAN, dei, Siena, Italy, Tuscany, Rome
VATICAN CITY, (Reuters) - A Vatican report into disgraced ex-U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick points to failings by popes, Vatican officials and senior U.S. clerics who let him rise through the Catholic ranks despite repeated allegations of sexual misconduct. On Aug. 6, 2000, McCarrick wrote to Pope John Paul’s private secretary to rebut the allegations made by Cardinal O’Connor. In November, 2000, Pope John Paul appointed McCarrick archbishop of Washington, D.C., one of the most prestigious posts in the U.S. Church. The report said investigations in 2019-2020 determined that three of the four bishops had provided “inaccurate and incomplete” information about McCarrick’s sexual conduct. The omissions “impacted the conclusions of John Paul II’s advisors and, consequently, of John Paul II himself,” the report said.
Persons: Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Cardinal Theodore Edgar McCarrick, Max Rossi, McCarrick, Pope Francis, McCarrick’s, Cardinal John O’Connor, Pope John Paul II, John Paul, , , Pope John Paul’s, Cardinal O’Connor, Pope John Paul, John Paul II’s, John Paul II, SAINT John Paul, Pope Benedict XVI, Benedict, Pope Benedict, Benedict XVI, Carlo Maria Vigano, Francis, Benedict . Organizations: CITY, REUTERS, American, Catholic, Vatican, Church, U.S, U.S . Church, Washington , D.C, SAINT Locations: Washington ,, Metuchen, Newark, Vatican, United States, U.S, Poland
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