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CNN —Roberto Baggio, widely regarded as one of the greatest soccer players in history, suffered head injuries when a group of armed criminals entered his Altavilla Vicentina home in northern Italy on Thursday evening, according to local police. The break-in happened during the European Championship match between Italy and Spain, which Baggio was watching on TV with his family, according to local media reports. Baggio tried to defend his family and was hit on the head with a gun, reports said. The total value of what was stolen has not been reported, according to local media. The villa and grounds had security cameras and police have not made any arrests yet, according to local police.
Persons: CNN — Roberto Baggio, Baggio, , ” Baggio, ANSA, Luca Zaia, Roberto Baggio, Zaia, ” Baggio –, Organizations: CNN, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Italian, Italy, Ballon Locations: Italy, Spain, Arzignano, Italy’s Veneto, Altavilla Vicentina
I believe it is profoundly wrong, in difficult times like these, to campaign using a precious forum like the G7,” Meloni told reporters Thursday. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni welcomes US President Joe Biden to the G7 summit, June 13, 2024. The 2023 G7 communique, released after the last summit in Hiroshima, Japan, called for “access to safe and legal abortion and post abortion care.” Previous summits’ communiques had stopped short of using the word “abortion,” calling instead for access to sexual and reproductive health services. The spat between Meloni and Macron comes after France in March became the world’s first country to enshrine abortion rights in its constitution, the culmination of an effort which began in direct response to the US Supreme Court’s decision to roll back abortion rights in America. The same sensibility is not shared in your country today,” Macron told an Italian journalist at the summit.
Persons: Emmanuel Macron, Georgia Meloni, Macron, ” Meloni, , ” Italy’s, , Giorgia Meloni, Joe Biden, Luca Bruno, communiques, Biden, Meloni, Roe, Wade, Donald Trump, Francesco Lollobrigida, Meloni’s, Pope, ” Macron Organizations: CNN, Seven, , AP, United, Ukraine Locations: Italy, Italian, France, “ France, Puglia, Ukraine, Hiroshima, Japan, America
The town of Fasano and surrounding countryside, near the luxury resort of Borgo Egnazia, the venue of the G7 summit, on June 4, 2024. A view of Borgo Egnazia, in Puglia, where the G7 summit will be held from June 13 to 15, taken on May 26, 2014 in Savelletri, Brindisi, Italy. The security machine that will protect the world’s leaders of the world’s most advanced economies is well established, and headed by DIGOS. Workers at the attendee accreditation point for the G7 summit in Fasano, Italy, on Wednesday June 5, 2024. Donato Fasano/Getty ImagesSpecialized military police working with the anti-mafia law enforcement unit are keeping a close watch on known criminal groups.
Persons: Rome, Giorgia Meloni, Francesca Volpi, That’s, Vittorio Pisani, DIGOS, Luigi Carnevale, , Borgo, Donato Fasano, Victoria Beckham, Madonna, Ivanka Trump, Aldo Melpignano, Pope Francis, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al, Saud, Pisani, ” Pisani Organizations: Rome CNN —, Sacra Corona, Cosa Nostra, Camorra, DIGOS, Brindisi –, Bloomberg, CNN, Interior Ministry, Michelin, Workers, Getty, Saudi, US, Locations: Italian, Puglia, Foggia, Cosa, Sicily, Naples, Calabria, Italy, Balkans, Bari, Brindisi, Fasano, Borgo Egnazia, Savelletri, David, Turkish, United States, Germany, Britain, France, Canada, Japan, Schengen, Borgo Egnazi
Knox, Sollecito and Ivory Coast native Rudy Guede, whose DNA was present in the murder room, were all convicted of the murder in 2009. Guglielmo Mangiapane/Reuters/FileKnox and Sollecito’s murder convictions were overturned by a Perugia appellate court in 2011 after an independent review of key forensic evidence, only to have that acquittal overturned by Italy’s supreme court in 2013. The 36-year-old Seattle native, now a mother of two, along with Sollecito, were definitively cleared in 2015 of Kercher’s murder after Italy’s supreme court voided the 2013 re-conviction. After being cleared of murder, Knox remained convicted of slander against Lumumba, a ruling upheld by Italy’s supreme court in 2015. The decision will then have to go to Italy’s supreme court once more.
Persons: Rome, Amanda Knox, Knox, Patrick Lumumba, Meredith Kercher, Lumumba, Raffaele Sollecito, Rudy Guede, Guede, Sollecito, Guglielmo Mangiapane, Italy’s, ” Knox, Monica Lewinsky Organizations: Rome CNN, Democratic, Ivory Coast, of Human, CNN, White House, Hulu Locations: Italy, Italian, Perugia, Kercher’s, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sollecito, Ivory, Seattle, Florence
CNN —European allies of former US President Donald Trump have rallied around him in support following his historic conviction on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. The conviction – which has been heralded as a somber moment for America with wide-reaching implications – has been painted by Trump’s allies in Europe as political persecution, aimed at derailing his bid to return to White House. Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini called Trump’s conviction “judicial harassment” in a post on X, while Hungarian President Viktor Orban urged him to “keep on fighting” for the presidency. Meanwhile, Russia suggested there was a political conspiracy at play, despite Trump being convicted by a jury. “This is visible to the whole world with the naked eye.”Other countries, sticking to protocol, declined to comment on Trump’s conviction.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump’s, Matteo Salvini, Viktor Orban, , , Trump, Salvini, Orbán, ” “, Vladimir Putin’s, Dmitry Peskov, Rishi Sunak, Christian Wagner Organizations: CNN, White, Trump, America, British Locations: , Europe, Manhattan, Philadelphia , Pennsylvania, Italy, Russia
CNN —Children’s sketches of violent scenes of gladiators and hunters battling animals have been uncovered at the archaeological park of Pompeii, the park’s superintendent has said. The drawings, thought to be made by children between the ages of five and seven sometime before Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, were found on the walls of a back room in the “Island of chaste lovers” residential sector of the archaeological park. The drawings depict a fight scene with two gladiators, spears in hand, facing what is likely to have been intended to be wild boars. So far, they have determined that the drawings likely came from “direct vision” of an event rather than from pictorial models.
Persons: ” Gabriel Zuchtriegel, Department of Child Neuropsychiatry, Naples ’ Federico, ” Zuchtriegel Organizations: CNN, Department of Child, Naples ’, University Locations: Mt, , Pompeii, Naples
Bogdanos said the $80 million of items does not include a further 100 items his team has just seized in the US. That means that, in addition to the items themselves, their historical context was stolen, robbing archaeologists of valuable information. Most of the recent items returned to Italy were dug out of clandestine excavations or stolen from churches, museums and private individuals, Gargaro said. Italy’s Carabinieri Cultural Heritage Protection unit uses artificial intelligence to search for stolen cultural assets. Italy’s Carabinieri Cultural Heritage Protection unit uses artificial intelligence to search for stolen cultural assets under a new program called “Stolen Works Of Art Detection System” (SWOADS), which searches for taken items by scanning the web and social media for images.
Persons: Rome, Matthew Bogdanos ’, Emanuele Antonio Minerva, Bogdanos, Francesco Gargaro, , Gargaro, Gianmarco Mazzi Organizations: Rome CNN, Central Institute, New, The, CNN, Cultural Heritage Locations: Rome, Manhattan, Italy, Lazio, Campania, Puglia, Calabria, Sicily, New York, United States, York,
CNN —A 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck Italy’s Campi Flegrei super volcano Monday evening, causing mild damage in the town of Pozzuoli, the epicenter, and as far away as the city of Naples, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) away, according to Italy’s National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV). The 4.4 earthquake at a depth of 3 kilometers is the strongest earthquake to hit the highly seismic area in the past 40 years, according to INGV data. The quake is part of an ongoing “seismic storm” that has seen more than a dozen events over 2.0 magnitude in the past 48 hours. The INGV recorded 1,252 earthquakes in the Campi Flegrei area in the month of April 2024, most with a magnitude less than 1.0. More than 500,000 people live in the red zone directly adjacent to the Campi Flegrei, according to the Italian Civil Protection agency, which has been working this year to update evacuation plans in the event of a major disaster.
Organizations: CNN, National, of Geophysics, Fire Brigade, Italian Civil Locations: Pozzuoli, Naples, Italian, Mt
It was previously only known that he was buried in the academy, but not specifically where, Ranocchia told CNN Tuesday. A statue of ancient Greek philosopher Plato in Athens, Greece. Brigida Soriano/AlamyThe text also provides more detail about Plato’s final night – and he wasn’t a fan of the music that was played. The project, called the Greek Schools project, is a five-year study using various technologies and methods to help decipher the fragile papyri. “The new readings often draw on new and concrete facts about Plato’s Academy, Hellenistic literature, Philodemus of Gadara and ancient history in general.”
Persons: Plato, Graziano Ranocchia, Ranocchia, Roman general Sulla, Brigida Soriano, , ” Ranocchia, Socrates, Julius Caesar, Lorenzo Di Cola, ” Kilian Fleischer Organizations: CNN, Platonic Academy of Athens, of Philology, University of Pisa, Platonic, Spartans, University of Naples, European Union, ERC – European Research Council, Greek Schools, Plato’s Academy Locations: Vesuvius, Athens, Greece, Thrace, Naples, Mesopotamia, Aegina, Sicily, Herculaneum, Italy
CNN —Italian prime minister Giorgia Meloni says surrogacy is “inhuman” and is backing steeper penalties against the practice, including fines of up to $1 million and multiple-year prison sentences. “I continue to believe that surrogacy is an inhuman practice,” Meloni said at a conference ‘For a Young Europe: Demographic Transition, Environment, Future’ in Rome on Friday. Meloni’s comments against surrogacy fall in line with the views held by the Catholic Church. “The demographic challenge, and the economic sustainability to which it is connected, is one of the main challenges for us,” she said. The move to criminalize surrogacy is largely seen as a move against the LGBTQ+ community.
Persons: Giorgia Meloni, Meloni’s, , ” Meloni, , Pope Francis, Organizations: CNN, Catholic Locations: Italy, Europe, Rome,
CNN —In the seven centuries since the Ponte Vecchio was first built in Florence, Italy, the bridge has watched the city changing around it, surviving floods, fires and the Nazi invasion in World War II. Now, the famed bridge itself is getting a two-year makeover, at the cost of about €2 million, to restore it to its former glory, the city of Florence and the Marchesi Antinorini winemakers announced on Wednesday. “This is a historic project because Ponte Vecchio has never had a restoration intervention of this technical complexity,” Florence’s mayor Dario Nardella told reporters on Thursday. Such is the Ponte Vecchio’s significance that it was the only bridge across the Arno River spared by the retreating German army towards the end of World War II. Previous replacement joints will be upgraded, the stone itself will be strengthened and the footpath’s stone will be restored too.
Persons: Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, , Dario Nardella, , Marchesi Antinori, Piero Antinori, Tod’s Organizations: CNN, Diesel Locations: Florence, Italy, Nazi, Venice
Rome, Italy CNN —A 22-year-old French woman whose blood-drained body was found in an abandoned church in northern Italy’s Aosta Valley over the weekend had been looking for a haunted house believed to contain ghosts, according to police. There are also two other missing persons cases in the area which police say could be related. Some of the blood had been scraped off the floor and removed from the crime scene, police told CNN. The woman had no documents or cellphone on her when a local resident discovered her decomposing body, police say. The area prosecutor Manlio D’Ambrosi told local media that they are also investigating the presence of a burgundy colored van that was spotted on surveillance footage near the abandoned church last week.
Persons: Italy CNN —, , Roberto Testi, Manlio D’Ambrosi Organizations: Italy CNN, La Salle, CNN, Police Locations: Rome, Italy, Aosta, Lyon, La, France
Rome CNN —A potato chip commercial that features nuns receiving the crispy snacks for communion is “blasphemy” and should be taken off the air, according to an Italian Catholic organization. The spot by Amica Chips features doe-eyed young nuns inside a convent delighting that their communion wafer, known as the host, is actually a potato chip. A mother superior figure looks on as the nuns giggle, and it is revealed that it was her that substituted the hosts for potato chips in the box where communion wafers are kept, called a tabernacle. Catholics believe the communion wafer represents the body and blood of Christ. A nun about to receive a potato chip from a priest in the commercial.
Persons: Rome, , giggle, Instagram Giovanni Baggio, Baggio, Avvenire, Jesus Organizations: Rome CNN, Italian Catholic, Amica, Catholic Locations: Italian,
CNN —The tiny, remote Italian island of Alicudi is home to only around 100 residents and, ideally, about 100 wild goats. According to the Sicilian regional government, the goats were introduced to the island around 20 years ago by a farmer who then set them free. For years, the animals—which are not owned by anyone—grazed autonomously on the sides of Alicudi’s cliffs and are featured in almost any postcard from the volcanic island. “We have heard from dozens of people since we first announced this,” Gullo said, including a farmer from the nearby island of Vulcano, who produces goat cheese. Once the goats have been apportioned, the goat-taker has 15 days to catch and remove them from the island.
Persons: Riccardo Gullo, Gullo, you’ve, they’re, , ” Gullo, Organizations: CNN Locations: Alicudi, Vulcano, Sicily, McKinney , Texas, Llandudno, Wales
Rome CNN —Archaeologists excavating the site of Pompeii have uncovered an ancient building site, revealing Roman construction techniques used by builders at the time, according to the Italian Ministry of Culture. The ancient Roman city of Pompeii was home to up to 20,000 people before it was destroyed in the 79 AD eruption, which was visible from more than 40 kilometers (25 miles) away. Archaeologists have found what would have been an active construction site - perhaps more accurately described as a home renovation, according to Massimo Osanna, the general director of the site, in a press statement released Monday. Archaeologists say the site reveals the secrets as to how Roman structures have proven to be so durable. Courtesy Italy Ministry of CultureThe latest findings paint a fuller picture of how ancient Romans lived.
Persons: Rome, Massimo Osanna, ” Osanna, Achilles, Skyros, Gabriel Zuchtriegel, Caracalla, , Zuchtriegel, Gennaro Sangiuliano Organizations: Rome CNN —, Italian Ministry of Culture, Archaeologists, Italy Ministry of, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT Locations: Pompeii, Italy, cocciopesto
But all the women killed by femicide in Italy have one thing in common: they knew their killers. Italy might have a female prime minister, but she makes a point of not identifying herself as a feminist. The prevalence of domestic violence in Italy is fed by societal failures, says Lorella Zanardo, an activist, educator and documentary filmmaker. While Italy does not have Europe’s highest rate of domestic violence, it is among the lowest ranked in Europe when it comes to gender equality. In Italy, the feminist movement was largely driven by the left, which meant that those who supported right-leaning parties, including current Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, have distanced themselves from feminism entirely.
Persons: femicide, Antonio Gozzini, Cristina Maioli, Lorella Zanardo, Zanardo’s, Donne, it’s, ” Zanardo, , Muro, Frank Bienewald, Giorgia Meloni, , il, Cristina Carelli, Carelli, hasn’t, hadn’t, , ” Carelli, Giulia Cecchettin's, Claudia Greco, Giulia Cecchettin’s, Filippo Turetta, Turetta, Cecchettin’s, Remo Casilli, Maria Grazia, ” Maria Grazia, Antigone, Eugenia Roccella, Christina Organizations: CNN, Italy’s Union of Women, Milan, Locations: Italy, Europe, Milan, Germany, Rome
In the midst of an exceptionally warm winter, resorts like Campo Felice have a major problem: there’s no snow. And a long-running drought means there isn’t enough water to make the amount of artificial snow needed to paint its slopes white. And with a lack of rain and record-breaking heatwaves, the lakes that normally provide water for artificial snow have run dry. Across all of Italy’s ski resorts, nearly 90% use artificial snow to some degree, according to Carlo Carmagnola, a snow expert with Météo France who studies the impact of climate change on ski resorts. These changes have been hard not just on the Lallini brothers, but their employees, which usually number 250 in the ski season.
Persons: Campo, Italy CNN —, Campo Felice, Niño, Andrea Lallini, It’s, hasn’t, , , Fiona Sibbett, Carlo Carmagnola, Météo, it’s, Carmagnola, There’s, Lallini, Luca Lallini, we’d, ” Lallini, bianca, Gennarino Di Stefano, Isidoro Francesi, ” CNN’s Camille Knight, Antonia Mortensen Organizations: Campo Felice, Italy CNN, CNN, Northern, Campo, ” CNN, Rocca, Cambio Locations: Italy, Rome, Météo France, Austria, Paris
Rome CNN —A controversial plan agreed upon between Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and her Albanian counterpart in November to send boat migrants to Italian-run centers on Albanian soil has passed the Italian Senate. The plan passed on a vote of 93 to 61. It is unlawful under EU law to immediately deport a migrant or refugee until their application for asylum is processed. The centers will be built with Italian funds and staffed with Italian civil servants to process up to 3,000 asylum applicants a month. In 2023, more than 157,000 people reached Italy by boat, according to Italian interior ministry data.
Persons: Rome, Rome CNN —, Giorgia Meloni, Atdhe Mulla, NGO’s, Meloni’s, Matteo De Bellis, , Organizations: Rome CNN, Italian, Italian Senate, European Union, Bloomberg, Getty, Coast Guard, Navy, Amnesty Locations: Italian, Guantanamo, Albania, Afghan, Shengjin, Italy, United Kingdom, Rwanda
Seven men between the ages of 15 and 18 are currently on trial for the alleged rape of a 19-year-old girl in Palermo in August. Last month’s alleged gang rape in Catania has become not only a symbol of violence against women in the country, but a cause célèbre for Italy’s far-right government. CNN approached the suspect’s lawyers for comment. Meanwhile, during a visit to Catania, Meloni expressed her solidarity with the alleged rape victim and her family. This is not the first case of non-EU minors being welcomed into Italian facilities and then engaging in criminal activities.”
Persons: Rome, Weeks, Last month’s, Giorgia Meloni, Villa Bellini, Orietta Scardino, Matteo Salvini, Meloni, , Alessandro Fidone, Giulia Cecchettin, ” Elena Biaggioni, Massimo Di Vita, Carlo Umberto Cannella, ” Cannella, Silvio Berlusconi Organizations: Rome CNN —, Catania, CNN, Catania police, European Data Journalism Locations: Rome CNN — Italy, Sicilian, Catania, Palermo, Naples, Sicily, Italy, Italy’s
CNN —A leading soccer goalkeeper, who is Black and was subjected to racist abuse during a match in Italy’s top league last month, now finds himself being kicked around like a political football. Maignan received widespread support from the football world and FIFA President Gianni Infantino called for automatic forfeits for teams whose fans have racially abused players. Maignan speaks with referee Fabio Maresca during the match between AC Milan and Udinese. AC Milan players react after Maignan was racially abused by Udinese fans. ‘Simply shameful’The Maignan incident comes 11 years after another AC Milan star – midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng – made history by walking off the pitch during a friendly match after suffering abuse for 25 minutes.
Persons: Mike Maignan, Stefano Pioli, Maignan, Gianni Infantino, Fabio Maresca, Alessandro Sabattini, Alberto Felice De Toni, , ” De Toni, , De Toni, Pietro Fontanini, Matteo Salvini, Maignan didn’t, ” Fontanini, Jennifer Lorenzini, Fontani, Tobias Jones, Jones, “ They’re, ” Jones, Kevin, Prince Boateng –, Carlo Tavecchio, Valerio Pennicino, Tavecchio, ” Boateng, “ There’s, It’s, it’s, ” Kevin, Prince Boateng, Pro Patria Busto Arsizio, Daniele Mascolo, Anne Frank’s, Samuel Umtiti –, Lameck Banda, Lameck, Manuel Lazzari of, Maurizio Lagana, Infantino, Frenchman Organizations: CNN, AC Milan, French national, Udinese, Frenchman, Serie, Milan’s Serie, Bologna, San, Milan, FIFA, AC Monza, Udinese’s, Lega, Reuters, Football, Black, Lazio, Lega Seria, Serie A, Gazzetta dello, Pro Patria Busto, Shutterstock, AS Roma, French, Ligue, Lille –, Lecce, “ Lazio Locations: Italy’s, Udine, Italy, San Siro, Curva, , Maignan, England, Russia, Italian, Shutterstock Lazio, Rome, Manuel Lazzari of Lazio, Lazio
Rome CNN —An Italian mafia boss who escaped from a maximum security prison last year by using bed sheets to scale the walls has been captured in France, authorities say. Marco Raduano, the 40-year-old boss of the Gargano Mafia in the southern Italian region of Puglia, was caught Thursday outside a luxury restaurant in Bastia, Corsica, where he was dining with a female companion. Also apprehended was his right-hand man, Gianluigi Troiano, who fled house arrest in 2021 after detaching his electronic bracelet. Raduano’s escape by tying bed sheets from his prison window just under a year ago was caught on the penitentiary’s surveillance cameras. The escape lasted 16 seconds and he fled on foot with no guards noticing or giving chase, which led to an internal investigation of the maximum security prison.
Persons: Rome, Rome CNN —, Marco Raduano, Matteo Messina Denaro, Rauduona, Gianluigi Troiano, Raduano, Omar Trott Organizations: Rome CNN, Gargano Mafia, Anti, Mafia, The Spanish Guardia Civil, French Gendarmerie Nationale Locations: Italian, France, Puglia, Bastia, Corsica, Granada, Spain, Bari, Foggia, The Spanish, Vieste, Italy
Rome CNN —Mass tourism has turned the Italian city of Florence into a “prostitute,” the director of Galleria dell’Accademia has said, sparking anger and calls for her to step down. Florence mayor Dario Nardella told Florence City Council on Monday that the city deserved respect and that tourism employs thousands of people. With the Academy, for example, we have tried to enhance every extraordinary part of it,” she said in the museum statement sent to CNN Tuesday. Italy’s culture minister Sangiuliano said his ministry would look further into the matter, but called Hollberg’s words “serious and offensive” in nature. “According to the director of the museum, therefore, Florentines are the children of a prostitute and the tourists are the clients of a prostitute?
Persons: Rome, Cecilie Hollberg, , , Dario Franceschini, Giorgia Meloni, Dario Nardella, ” Nardella, Petr Svarc, Matteo Renzi, , Gennaro Sangiuliano, Hollberg, Florence, “ I’m, , Sangiuliano, Alessia Bettini, ” Bettini Organizations: Rome CNN, Florence, Florence City Council, UNESCO, Accademia, Academy, CNN, Locations: Italian, Florence, dell’Accademia, , Venice, Italy
CNN —Italy’s high court has ruled that fascist salutes are legal at rallies unless they threaten public order or risk reviving the country’s outlawed fascist party. Several members of Italy’s opposition parties and Jewish community leaders have criticized the ruling and plan to rally against it, according to local media reports. The ruling comes nearly two weeks after a video showed more than 150 men performing the fascist salute – sometimes called the “Roman salute” – in central Rome to commemorate the January 7, 1978 killing of two members of a far-right youth group. The high court ruling, handed down Thursday, is not related to the recent January 7 rally, which took place in front of the former headquarters of the neo-fascist Italian Social Movement (MSI) party, where Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni began her political career. The new ruling will have to be applied in the lower court’s decision, which will then focus on whether there was a threat to public order or if the salute was aimed at bringing back Italy’s fascist party.
Persons: , , Giorgia Meloni, Domenico Di Tullio Organizations: CNN, Italian Social Movement, Italian Locations: Rome, Milan
The MSI party grew from the ashes of Benito Mussolini’s National Fascist Party after it was dismantled at the end of World War II when the dictator was deposed and killed. Gotor and Rocca laid a wreath at a monument to the fallen activists, but left before the fascist salute was carried out, their offices told CNN. Nor are fascist memorabilia or gestures like the fascist salute illegal, something that critics say must change. A witness who lives on the street where the commemoration took place told CNN that it happens every year, including with the fascist salute. Berizzi said that “in this moment neo-fascist groups feel protected by Meloni’s silence, her ambiguity.
Persons: Rome, Giorgia Meloni, Franco Bigonzetti, Francesco Ciavatta, Stefano Recchioni, , , Benito Mussolini’s, Meloni, Francesco Rocca, Miguel Gotor, Gotor, Rocca, Elly Schlein, ” Schlein, Noemi Di Segna, Antonio Tajani –, Silvio Berlusconi –, Meloni wasn’t, ” Maria Calderone, ” Paolo Berizzi, Berizzi, Ewan MacPhee, ” MacPhee Organizations: Rome CNN, Italian, Acca, Italian Social Movement, MSI, Fascist Party, Democratic Party, CNN, , Union of Italian, Forza Italia, Facebook, La Repubblica, Italy’s, Operations, Social Democrats Locations: Rome, Italy, Lazio, , Italian, Germany, Europe, Ukraine, Strasbourg
Rome CNN —A painting by the 15th-century master Sandro Botticelli, recorded as missing since the 1980s, has been found at a home in southern Italy. The depiction of the Virgin Mary and infant Christ was discovered in a home in the town of Gragnano, near Naples, according to the Carabinieri Cultural Heritage Protection Unit of Naples. The painting by the artist most famous for “The Birth of Venus” and “Primavera” is estimated by Italian authorities to be worth at least €100 million ($109 million). “The family continues to hold the title of the work, which, however, will be preserved in a museum,” Croce added. The Somma family declined to comment when contacted by CNN.
Persons: Rome, Rome CNN —, Sandro Botticelli, Virgin Mary, Christ, Venus ”, Santa Maria la Carità, Massimiliano Croce, Croce, ” Croce, , Botticelli Organizations: Rome CNN, Protection Unit of Naples, Primavera, Roman Catholic Church, CNN, Cultural Locations: Italy, Gragnano, Naples, Neapolitan, Santa, State
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