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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
A small copper plaque mounted across the piazza from the Basilica of St. Nicholas in Bari, Italy, pledges “friendship and cooperation” between the city and the Russian people. It is signed by someone who, for the past two years in Europe, has pursued anything but: President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia. The plaque is a replica of a letter Mr. Putin sent in 2003, nearly two decades before his invasion of Ukraine, and for years it drew little notice from Bari’s residents or the tens of thousands of pilgrims who visit the site annually to venerate the saint, whose remains are interred there. But a growing number of people now see it as sign of Mr. Putin’s hypocrisy — particularly among a diaspora of local Ukrainians who want it taken down. For the many residents of Bari who have wanted the plaque removed since the war began, the gathering nearby is seen as a chance to enlist Mr. Putin’s fiercest international critics to their cause.
Persons: Nicholas in, Vladimir V, Putin, Volodymyr Zelensky Locations: Nicholas in Bari , Italy, Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Bari
In fact, for him at least, one is not about the other; Seinfeld openly disdains politics. Like Seinfeld, Carolla imagines parts of the 20th century as a better time. Women got more jobs and power (despite, Carolla writes, being “better at home with the kids than in the workplace”) and men became metrosexuals. The masculinity they defend is adamantly heterosexual, threatened not just by women but also by gay men and gender non-confirming people. In fact, the call for a return to 1950s-style masculinity has found a number of high-profile political supporters in recent years.
Persons: Nicole Hemmer, Carolyn T, Robert M, , Who, Jerry Seinfeld, ” Nicole Hemmer, Bari Weiss, Seinfeld, , Adam Carolla, , Carolla, Said Will, ” Bill Maher, aren’t, they’ve, Sen, Josh Hawley, Weiss, Maher, — can’t Organizations: Rogers Center, American, Vanderbilt University, “ Partisans, Conservative, CNN, The Free Press, Missouri Republican Locations: United States, , Missouri
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewJerry Seinfeld doesn't care that "Unfrosted," his directorial debut, got terrible reviews. I think it's funny that you hated it because you wanted to laugh and you didn't laugh." "Unfrosted" follows a handful of successful recent movies about the creation of popular products, including "Steve Jobs," "The Social Network," and "Tetris." Even though it failed to make waves, Netflix didn't lose as much money on "Unfrosted" as it could have.
Persons: , Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Cabana, Melissa McCarthy, Hugh Grant, James Marsden, Bari Weiss, Seinfeld, he's, Steve Jobs, Mattel, Netflix didn't, would've, Glen Powell, Tom Cruise Organizations: Service, Rotten, Business, Social Network, Netflix Locations: California
Count Baked by Melissa founder Melissa Ben-Ishay among the entrepreneurial success stories founded on getting out of the corporate rat race. Before starting her company, Ben-Ishay worked at an ad agency in New York City – a role she felt unfulfilled in. At the time, every cupcake came from her tiny New York City apartment kitchen. The cafe owner became a shareholder in Baked by Melissa, and the company was able to continue using the space for years. A year after it moved into the Cafe Bari space, Baked by Melissa opened its second location in Union Square.
Persons: Melissa, Melissa Ben, Ishay, Cafe, Ben Organizations: Ben, aha, CNBC Locations: New York City, Ben, Cafe Bari, Bergen County, Bari, Union Square
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewIn 1996, David Einhorn founded Greenlight with less than $1 million in capital — a good chunk of which came from his parents — at the precocious age of 27. And now the 55-year-old is dealing with something he once was: a thorn in the side. Fishback sued his old firm for defamation in October, which is now in arbitration, according to a person familiar with the case. Thursday, Fishback said he was invited to debate Tesla with his old boss, saying Einhorn didn't understand Musk's company's "core value driver" of autonomy.
Persons: , David Einhorn, sayer, sneering, Elon Musk, Einhorn, He's, year's Sohn, James Fishback, Fishback's, Fishback, Greenlight, Pharma Bro, Martin Shkreli, — Fishback, Tesla, Fishback —, Free Press —, I'm Organizations: Service, Business, Lehman Brothers, Allied, Tesla, Pharma, Free Press Locations: , New York, Bari
Opinion: What made Duke Ellington a true genius
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CNN —This spring marks both the 50th anniversary of Duke Ellington’s death, and what would have been his 125th birthday. I use their particular ways of expressing themselves and it all becomes part of my own style.”To know Duke Ellington is to know his band — although few can name its other members today. Composer and bandleader Duke Ellington hovers over fellow pianist and band member Billy Strayhorn in this 1948 photograph. “Ellington plays the piano, but his real instrument is the band,” Strayhorn said. If it involved music, Ellington gave it a shot, always with his band in tow.
Persons: Sammy Miller, Duke Ellington’s, Duke ”, Ellington, , ” Ellington, Duke Ellington, Sonny Greer, Greer, Miley, Jimi Hendrix’s, Harry Carney, Billy Strayhorn, Strayhorn, “ Ellington, ” Strayhorn, , Juan Tizol, Lawrence Brown, Clark Terry, Organizations: Juilliard, CNN, New, Washington D.C, Harlem Renaissance, Ellington, Getty Locations: Harlem, New York, Washington, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Sugar
Donald Trump, Fox News, and the other organs in the right-wing universe are holding up Berliner’s 3,500-word piece to demonize the outlet. And they are not stopping with a simple verbal assault, openly demanding that lawmakers strip the newsroom of its government funding. Trump on Wednesday, calling NPR a “LIBERAL DISINFORMATION MACHINE,” said that “NOT ONE DOLLAR” of government funds should be sent into its coffers moving forward. “NO MORE FUNDING FOR NPR, A TOTAL SCAM!” Trump ranted on his Truth Social platform. But the editor said that, for now, he is still employed by NPR.
Persons: Uri Berliner, Bari Weiss, Donald Trump, , Berliner, , Jesse Watters, Trump, York Post’s Hunter Biden, ” Berliner, It’s, Edith Chapin, Chapin Organizations: New York CNN, National Public, NPR, Free Press, Fox News, Trump, Berliner, CNN, MAGA Media, York, Republicans, Republican, Gallup Locations: New York, LIBERAL, newsrooms
CNN —Buyers from all over the world are snapping up charming old houses in isolated villages in Italy. Chicago-based saxophonist Joshua Shapiro, 48, embarked on the quest for la dolce vita as the first step toward a change of life. Many empty homes featured on the local website where owners meet buyers are sold or rented with furniture, but what eventually ends up being left inside is usually negotiated between parties. Courtesy Joshua ShapiroThere was also a bizarre encounter when he first went to take a peek inside the house he had just bought. Accompanied by Castellano, the deputy mayor, Shapiro says he was surprised to find it had tenants inside – a group of elderly nuns.
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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
BARI, Italy (AP) — The year has gotten off to a slow start for a rescue ship that typically plies the Mediterranean Sea looking for migrants and refugees in distress. Italian maritime authorities now routinely assign privately operated rescue ships to ports in central and northern Italy, hundreds of miles and several days of navigation away from where they find boats in trouble. Political Cartoons View All 253 ImagesTo date, 13 or 14 charity-run rescue ships have been impounded for various violations. But she said the presence of charity-run ships in the Mediterranean must be limited and strictly regulated. Charity ships rescue only around 8% of the asylum-seekers who reach Italy, down from a peak of 41% in 2017.
Persons: Premier Giorgia Meloni, Alessandro Porro, ” Mary Finn, ” Sara Kelany, , Meloni, Enrico Mattei, haven't, Edi Rama Organizations: SOS Mediterranee, Premier, Authorities, SOS, Meloni’s Brothers, International Organization for Migration, ENI, Constitutional, Edi Locations: BARI, Italy, Europe, North Africa, Bari, Italian, Lampedusa, Africa, Tunisia, Albania, Balkan
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. In December 2023, The Atlantic reported that it had seen a handful of Nazi-affiliated or white supremacist blogs on the platform, some of them with paying subscribers. Last week, Newton wrote in the newsletter that he was meeting with Substack to discuss the issue and was considering taking his popular newsletter to another service if Substack wouldn't budge. AdvertisementNewton and Schiffer flexing their power worked: Substack is removing five out of the 14-plus newsletters with Nazi or white supremacist content. But Substack will continue to remove any material that includes "credible threats of physical harm," it said.
Persons: , Hamish McKenzie, Casey Newton, Zoë Schiffer, Newton, Substack, Schiffer, it's, Hitler, Bari Weiss, Richard Dawkins Organizations: Service, Nazi, Business
Bari Weiss realized that her news startup, the Free Press, was attracting a lot of attention with its coverage of the Israel-Hamas war when famous people started citing its work on social media. Music executive Scooter Braun shared a Free Press video about a hostage taken by Hamas. Comedian Chelsea Handler shared on Instagram Free Press’s “Voices from Gaza” video that showed a young Gazan describing Hamas as a barrier that must be removed. Cookbook author Jessica Seinfeld posted a column by Weiss about antisemitism following the start of the war, with the comment, “Bari got me straight about liberal America today.”
Persons: Bari Weiss, Scooter Braun, Chelsea Handler, Jessica Seinfeld, Weiss, “ Bari, Organizations: Free Press Locations: Israel, Gaza, America
Surging olive oil prices, driven in part by two years of drought in Spain, has meant opportunity for criminals across the Mediterranean. Warehouse break-ins, dilution of premium oil with inferior product, and falsification of shipping data are on the rise in olive-growing heartlands of Greece, Spain and Italy. Bekas, who owns 5,000 olive trees, suffered repeated raids by thieves before deciding to take an early harvest. After decades of growth, the global olive oil market has been disrupted by a nearly two-year drought in Spain, which typically accounts for about 40% of world supply. The regional agricultural association issued a plea for police assistance following reports that 100 olive trees were destroyed or seriously damaged in a single incident last month.
Persons: Konstantinos Markou, , ” Markou, Neilos Papachristou, Christos Bekas, we’ve, , That's, Gennaro Sicolo, Ciaran Giles, Colleen Barry, Raf Casert Organizations: Farmers Locations: SPATA, Greece, Athens, Spain, Italy, Puglia, Papachristou's, Bari, Madrid, Milan, Brussels
Italy's win leaves them in second place ahead on goal difference of Ukraine, who won 2-0 against North Macedonia. Both teams have 10 points but Italy have a match in hand on all their group rivals except England, who top the group with 13 points. Hungary remain top of Group G after beating second-placed Serbia 2-1, with all the goals coming in the first half. Hungary have 13 points, three points above Serbia with a game in hand. They are level on 16 points with second-placed Denmark, who won 3-1 at home to Kazakhstan.
Persons: Domenico Berardi, Luciano Spalletti's, Ciro, Lorenzo Pellegrini, Mateo Retegui, Federico Chiesa, Sandro Tonali, Nicolo Zaniolo, Italy's, Giacomo Bonaventura, Bonaventura, Davide Frattesi, Spalletti, Gareth Southgate's, Benjamin Sesko, Erik Janza, Tommy Lund, Anita Kobylinska, Ken Ferris Organizations: Malta, Italy, Stadio San Nicola, North, Sky Sports, RAI Sport, England, Wembley, H, Slovenia, Thomson Locations: Italy, Hungary, Germany Slovenia, Denmark, England, Slovenia, Bari, Malta, Germany, Turin, Ukraine, North Macedonia, ENGLAND, Serbia, Lithuania, Finland, Kazakhstan, Gdansk
[1/6] Flowers are seen at the site where a coach crashed off an overpass in Mestre, Italy, October 4, 2023. Five Ukrainians, a German and the Italian bus driver were among those killed, Venice's prefect Michele Di Bari, the local representative of the interior ministry, said on Wednesday. "We presume the driver may have fallen ill," Veneto regional president Luca Zaia told Rtl 102.5 radio. The bus had been ferrying the tourists back to a campsite in nearby Marghera after a day out in Venice. "I think the driver had an illness, because otherwise I can't explain it," Fiorese said, adding that the driver had started his shift less than two hours before the crash.
Persons: Claudia Greco, Michele Di Bari, Luca Zaia, Di Bari, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Corriere, Massimo Fiorese, Corriere della Sera, Fiorese, Alvise Armellini, Keith Weir, Bernadette Baum, Gavin Jones, Gareth Jones Organizations: REUTERS, Rtl, Corriere della Sera, Thomson Locations: Mestre, Italy, Venice Italian, VENICE, Venice, Veneto, Croatian, Marghera, Nigeria
VENICE (AP) — Firefighters worked until dawn Wednesday to remove the wreckage of a bus that crashed in a borough of Venice, Italy, across the lagoon from its historic center, killing 21 people and injuring at least 15, mostly foreign tourists returning to a nearby camping site. The shuttle was connecting Piazzale Roma, in Venice's historic center, to the Hu campground in Marghera, another borough of Venice neighbouring Mestre. He was an experienced driver, Venice city councilor Renato Boraso said. I carried a woman out on my shoulders, then a man,” Erheneden told the Venice daily il Gazzettino. In 2017, 16 people on a bus carrying Hungarian students died in an accident near the northern city of Verona.
Persons: — Firefighters, Michele Di Bari, Alberto Rizzotto, Renato Boraso, Erheneden, ” Erheneden, , , Luigi Brugnaro Organizations: VENICE, , Venice prefecture, Piazzale Roma, Venice Locations: Venice, Italy, Piazzale, Venice's, Marghera, Mestre, Italian, Verona, Avellino
VENICE, Italy, Oct 3 (Reuters) - At least 21 people died on Tuesday and 18 were injured after a bus carrying tourists to a campground crashed off an overpass near Venice in northern Italy and caught fire, city officials said. Venice city councillor Renato Boraso said one line of enquiry was that the driver, a 40-year-old Italian who was among those killed, had been taken ill before the crash. He said the coach had been carrying 40 passengers, of whom 21 had died and 18 were injured. Venice's city hall said the injured people had been taken to nearby hospitals, with four in a serious condition. The bus was also carrying passengers from France and Croatia, Italian news agency ANSA reported.
Persons: Renato Boraso, Boraso, Luigi Brugnaro, Manuel Silvestri, Michele Di Bari, ANSA, Di Bari, Giorgia Meloni, Emilio Parodi, Gavin Jones, Keith Weir, Alvise, Crispian Balmer, Lisa Shumaker, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: Sky Italia, Rescue, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: VENICE, Italy, Venice, Mestre, Venice's, France, Croatia, Verona
Firefighters work on the site of a bus accident on October 3, 2023 in Mestre, near Venice. A bus carrying foreign tourists including Ukrainians crashed near the Italian city of Venice when it fell from an elevated street Tuesday, killing at least 21 people and injuring 18 others, authorities said. Four of the injured were in serious condition following the accident in the Mestre borough, on the mainland opposite the historic old city of Venice, said Renato Boraso, a Venice city official. Boraso confirmed that some of the victims are Ukrainians, and said the bus was bringing tourists to a camping site. According to local media, the bus fell a few meters before crashing close to Mestre's railway tracks, where it caught fire.
Persons: Renato Boraso, Michele Di Bari, Boraso, Luigi Brugnaro, Giorgia Meloni Organizations: Venice Locations: Mestre, Venice
ROME (AP) — A bus crashed near the Italian city of Venice after falling from an elevated street, killing at least 21 people and injuring others on Tuesday, authorities said. Venice prefect Michele Di Bari said that there were 15 survivors from the crash, which happened in Mestre, a suburb of Venice. Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro wrote on X, formerly Twitter, that the scene of the crash was “apocalyptic” and that he had already declared the “city's mourning" for the “numerous victims” who were on the bus. According to local media, the bus fell a few meters before crashing close to Mestre's railway tracks, where it caught fire. Premier Giorgia Meloni expressed her “deepest sorrow” after the crash.
Persons: Michele Di Bari, Luigi Brugnaro, , Giorgia Meloni Organizations: ROME, Venice Locations: Venice, Mestre
ROME (AP) — Film legend Sophia Loren is recovering from successful surgery for a leg fracture after she fell in her Switzerland home, an agent for the 89-year-old Italian actor said Monday. Agent Andrea Giusti said in an email that Loren fell in a bathroom on Sunday and the surgery was performed later that day. Loren has lived in a Swiss villa near Lake Geneva for decades. Earlier this month, she appeared, looking radiant, with Italian designer Giorgio Armani in Venice at a fashion show held on the sidelines of the city’s annual film festival. According to her agent, Loren gave the restaurant the right to use her name and image.
Persons: Sophia Loren, Andrea Giusti, Loren, ” Giusti, didn’t, Rai, Giorgio Armani Organizations: ROME Locations: Switzerland, Swiss, Lake Geneva, Italian, Venice, Bari, Italy
ROME, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Oscar-winning Italian film star Sophia Loren, a national icon and one of the most enduring movie divas of the 20th century, has had surgery after a fall in her home in Geneva, her spokesperson said on Monday. The reports said she had an accidental fall in her home in Geneva on Sunday and had suffered a broken hip. Some of her most memorable and successful film were made with fellow Italian co-star Marcello Mastroianni, who died in 1996. She has also co-stared with Cary Grant, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra and Paul Newman, among other 20th century film giants. News of the fall and hospitalisation was first reported on the Facebook page of Sophia Loren Restaurant, a chain of venues that bears her name.
Persons: Sophia Loren, Loren, Vittorio, Vittorio De Sica's, Marcello Mastroianni, Cary Grant, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Paul Newman, Edoardo Ponti, hospitalisation, Sophia Loren Restaurant, Philip Pullella, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Reuters, Thomson Locations: Italian, Geneva, Vittorio De, Bari, Italy
The series finale of HBO's "How To with John Wilson" explored cryonics and the quest for immortality. Sam Altman, Jeff Bezos, Peter Thiel, and Bryan Johnson all invested in anti-aging or cryonics. Get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in business, from Wall Street to Silicon Valley — delivered daily. Insider has previously reported on Alcor competitor Cryonics Institute, a more affordable alternative that charges $28,000 for a body to be stored indefinitely. A Cryonics Institute model of the tanks used to store bodies, which are actually stored upside down in practice.
Persons: John Wilson, Sam Altman, Jeff Bezos, Peter Thiel, Bryan Johnson, It's, Wilson, hasn't, Bari Weiss, he's, Johnson Organizations: Service, Alcor, HBO, MIT Technology, Biosciences, Altos Labs Locations: Wall, Silicon, Altos
New York CNN —With Nvidia earnings out of the way, the next test for US markets is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s annual speech at the Jackson Hole economic summit on Friday. “In August of 2022, Powell knew the Fed had several more rate hikes to go. Macy’s sounds the alarm on credit card delinquenciesMacy’s is warning of a spike in customers who are failing to make credit card payments, adding to the evidence of mounting financial stress on consumers, reports my colleague Matt Egan. This situation is hurting Macy’s business, driving down credit card revenue by 36% year over year and contributing to a quarterly loss, he said. Citing worsening consumer leverage metrics, Macy’s is bracing for a further increase in “bad debt” in its credit card portfolio.
Persons: Jerome Powell’s, Powell, , — Powell, , Tom Graff, Matt Egan, ” Adrian Mitchell, Danielle Wiener, Bronner, Qiana Di, Di Bari, Read Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, Nvidia, Kansas, Fed, Dow Jones, , Bureau of Labor Statistics Locations: New York, Wyoming, Maui, United States, Qiana Di Bari, Lahaina, Kahului
An aerial view of destruction on Front Street on August 11, 2023 in Lahaina, Hawaii. In Lahaina, a historic area and popular tourist destination that was hit particularly hard by the fires, restaurants are big business. Restaurants are an important part of the tourism sector, which is responsible for 75% of all private-sector jobs in Maui. Their restaurants survived, but their future is uncertain. In Kula, about an hour’s drive from Lahaina, fires damaged the Kula Sandalwoods Inn & Cafe, which has been in Monica Loui’s family for decades.
Persons: Qiana Di, Di Bari, , Di Bari’s, Pepe, , Di, ” Di Bari, Justin Sullivan, Baris, Sheryl Matsuoka, They’re, Javier Barberi, Barberi, Robert Gauthier, Barberi couldn’t, Hana Hou, , it’s, Monica Loui’s, you’re, ” Loui, she’s, Caleb Hopkins, We’re, Hopkins, he’s, “ We’re, Hou Hospitality, Josh Green’s, Hawaii Josh Green, Rick Bowmer, Barry Allison, Kihei, we’ve, , Catherine Thorbecke Organizations: New, New York CNN, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Hawaii Restaurant Association, Los Angeles Times, Hawaii Gov, FEMA, Locations: New York, Maui, Qiana Di Bari, Lahaina, Italian, Di Bari, Lahaina , Hawaii, United States, Kahului, , Kula, Loui’s, GoFundMe, Hawaii
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