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Persons: , I've, I'm, who's Organizations: Service, Business, Costco Locations: Italy, Florence, Rome, Turin, Tuscany, Penn Station, Maine
A local boy born in the northern Italian city of Turin and the captain of Torino’s youth team, Motto seemed destined to represent his boyhood club. Umberto Motto as a youth team player for Torino. Other Italian teams loaned – and even gave – players to Torino, Pennino says. The federation accepted a proposal from Torino that it would play its youth team, the champions of Italy at the time, against the youth teams of its four remaining opponents. Torino’s youth players beat Genoa 4-0 in an atmosphere Motto has never forgotten.
Persons: Umberto Motto, , hadn’t, Umberto, Mario Lanati, “ Umberto, ” Lanati, Torino’s, Roberto Pennino, Torino, Pennino, , , ” Giulio Andreotti, Feruccio Novo, ” Pennino, Roberto Pennino ‘, Lanati, Novo, , Forza, It’s Organizations: CNN, Torino FC, Stadio, Torino, Italian, Benfica, Aeritalia, ‘ Grande Torino, didn’t, , Roberto Pennino ‘ Forza, Novo, Genoa –, , Genoa, Palermo, Sampdoria, Fiorentina, Monumental Locations: Italian, Turin, Lisbon, Portugal, , Torino, Italy
It is aiming to be the first high-income country to reach net zero emissions in 2035 and net negative by 2040. Denmark, which the World Happiness Report recognized as the world's second-happiest country, is targeting net zero by 2045 — and net negative by 2050. Thierry Monasse | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesDanish Climate Minister Lars Aagaard said the need for negative emissions was clear. He added that Denmark's ability to achieve net negative emissions would hinge upon policies implemented over the next five to seven years. Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty Images
Persons: Sergei Gapon, Thierry Monasse, Lars Aagaard, Denmark's Aagaard, , Stefano Guidi, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden, Kai Mykkänen, Mykkänen, Moscow … Organizations: Afp, Getty, Atlantic ., Agriculture Ministers, CNBC, Lars Aagaard Danish Climate, United Arab Emirates, Union, Nationalist, Former U.S, Finnish Climate Locations: Copenhagen, Denmark, Atlantic, Atlantic . Finland, Finland, Brussels, Belgium, Lars Aagaard Danish, Panama, Europe, Germany, France, Turin, Italy, U.S, November's, Paris, Finnish, Helsinki, Montreal, Beijing, Moscow, of Finland, Neva Guba
Exhibition of Aston Martin DB11 during the Turin Motor Show 2018. LONDON — Luxury carmaker Aston Martin on Wednesday reported widening losses in the first quarter, as the company stopped production of its core models ahead of a launch a new range of vehicles later this year. Adjusted loss before tax nearly doubled to £110.5 million ($137.8 million) compared to a loss of £57.3 million in the previous year. Analysts had expected a £93 million first-quarter loss, according to Reuters. This is a breaking news story and will be updated shortly.
Persons: Aston Martin DB11, Aston Martin Organizations: Aston, Analysts, Reuters
CNN —Ministers from the Group of Seven nations have agreed to shut down all their coal plants by 2035 at the latest, a UK minister said on Monday, in a climate policy breakthrough that could influence other countries to do the same. Putting an end date on coal — the most climate-polluting fossil fuel — has been highly controversial at international climate talks. Many of the other G7 nations already have national plans in place to phase out the fossil fuel. “Coal might be the dirtiest, but all fossil fuels need to be ultimately phased out,” he said. Energy, environment and climate ministers are meeting in Turin for talks that are expected to end on Tuesday.
Persons: ” Andrew Bowie, , Dave Jones, Organizations: CNN, Japan, Department for Energy Security, CNBC, Turing, UK Ministry for Energy, US State Department, Energy, European Union Locations: Italy, COP28, Dubai, France, Canada, United States, Japan, Turin, Germany, United Kingdom, China, India, Saudi Arabia, Russia
CNN —What is one of the earliest and enduring subjects in art and media — as well as one of the most censored? And these are all themes explored broadly in the exhibition “Breasts,” a robust survey on display at the 60th Venice Bienniale. “It’s very intimate, so it’s perfect for international artists to develop a dialogue with each other,” she said in a video call. “Artists keep going back to it.”“It’s been a wonderful moment to contemplate my own relationship with the meaning of breasts,” she added of the show. Scroll to see artworks from the show, which will run through November 24 at the Palazzo Franchetti.
Persons: they’re, Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Salvador Dalí, Anna Weyant, Chloe Wise, Lakin, Carolina Pasti, , , Bernardino del Signoraccio, Sherman, Jesus, Del, Raphael, Flavio Gianassi, we’ve, Teniqua Crawford, “ It’s, Todd White, Europe Allen Jones, Maggiore Allen Jones, Maggiore Laura Panno, Christopher Bucklow, Tetrarch, Claudia, Schiffer, Christopher Bucklow Giorgio de Chirico, Nudo, Turin Louise Bourgeois Organizations: CNN, Venice Bienniale, Artists, Buchanan Studio, Maggiore Locations: Venice, Europe, Italy
CNN —Look at almost any modern high-horsepower supercar and you will see the work of auto designer Marcello Gandini. Sharp lines, a low stance, doors that swing up; all were influenced by Gandini’s seminal work, the Lamborghini Countach. Gandini designed both of those cars and, if he had done nothing else, he would still be remembered. But in addition to his work for Lamborghini, Gandini produced cars for automakers including BMW, Fiat and Ferrari. The Lamborghini LP500, a first prototype for the Countach sports car, designed by by Marcello Gandini of Gruppo Bertone, circa 1972.
Persons: Marcello Gandini, Gandini’s, Lamborghini Countach, Stefano Guidi, Lamborghini Miura, Gandini, , Miura, Lamborghini, ” Gandini, , ” Marcello Gandini's, “ Gandini, ” Bertone, Organizations: CNN, Lamborghini, BMW, Fiat, Ferrari, Volkswagen Polo, Renault, Bertone, Geneva, Hulton, Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile, National Automobile Museum, Lancia, Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, Porsche, Gooding, Co Locations: Turin, Italy, United States, Pebble Beach , California
“I loved London,” Cristina tells CNN Travel today. Matt’s family was staying at Claridge’s, the historic, swanky five star hotel in Mayfair. Matt’s parents knew he was going on a spontaneous date. “And then they would never forward the mail.”Cristina’s idea of writing to Matt’s parents’ address was a good one. After years of working and living in Italy, Matt’s fluent in Italian.
Persons: she’d, Cristina Farina, Cristina, , “ Let’s, they’d, , ” Cristina, Trafalgar Square’s, William Shakespeare’s “ Romeo, Juliet, London Here's Cristina, Matt, Matt Reinecke, Cristina gestured, he’d, Cristina couldn’t, Here's Matt, Cristina he’d, , ’ ”, welling, you’ll, wouldn’t, Weeks, Claridge’s, Matt hadn’t, Read, Matt’s, Matt wasn’t, Florence Matt, Matt reckons they’d, ” Matt, Cristina’s, Davide, Francesca, Cristina Farina Matt, they’re, ” Here's Matt, Ludovica Barone, They’ve, Organizations: CNN, Florence, Heathrow Airport, CNN Travel, Bond, Cristina’s Locations: London, Trafalgar, California, Claridge’s, Mayfair, Hyde, Italy, Europe, , Florence, Greece, San Francisco, Francisco, San Francisco’s, Prato , Tuscany, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, Milan, Turin, Tuscany, American, , Italian
ROME (Reuters) - Italian junior culture minister and art critic Vittorio Sgarbi, under investigation over possession of a stolen painting, said on Friday he was quitting because Rome's antitrust body was trying to curb his unofficial duties. Sgarbi, 71, is a long-serving parliamentarian and outspoken TV personality who was close to former primer minister Silvio Berlusconi who died last year. Sgarbi said the antitrust authority, which is investigating him over a possible conflict of interest, had informed him he should not attend an art conference. "According to the antitrust notice, I should not talk about art, I should not deal with art. I should be a junior minister dealing with administrative duties, and limited ones," he said.
Persons: Vittorio Sgarbi, Sgarbi, Silvio Berlusconi, Michelangelo, Gennaro Sangiuliano, Alessandro Parodi, Christina Fincher Organizations: Prosecutors Locations: ROME, Milan, Turin
36 Hours in Turin, Italy
  + stars: | 2024-02-01 | by ( Seth Sherwood | )   time to read: +1 min
11 a.m. Find yourself in the center of historyA panorama of Turin history unfolds around Piazza San Giovanni, a central square. To the north, see the Porta Palatina, a red-brick Roman-era gate to the city. To the east, and down some stairs, the ruins of a Roman amphitheater (free admission) hide in the shadow of the Galleria Sabauda (€15), a Neoclassical museum that houses art collected by the dukes and kings of the House of Savoy, a historic royal dynasty. Next to the museum, the tall bell tower of the Renaissance-era Cathedral of St. John the Baptist soars over the unattached main building, whose chapel holds the Shroud of Turin, a 14-foot cloth bearing the faint image of a bearded man that some believe to be Jesus Christ. The cloth is not displayed to the public, but the Museum of the Shroud (€8), a short walk away, explains its history and some of the scientific studies done to determine its origins.
Persons: Piazza, of Savoy, John the, Jesus Christ Organizations: Piazza San Giovanni, of Locations: Turin, Piazza San, St, of Turin
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, whose company operates a large plant in China, has said Chinese automakers are the greatest competitors for his Texas-based company. "They were 26% [market share] a few years ago, up to more than 50% in 2022 and headed towards two-thirds by the end of the decade." Chinese companies have begun expanding into Mexico, Europe and elsewhere, Wakefield said. The EU believes Chinese EVs are undercutting the prices of local models by about 20% in the European market. The influx of Chinese EVs has spurred the European Union to launch into government support for the industry.
Persons: , Carlos Tavares, Elon Musk, Tesla, Musk, BYD, Massimo Pinca, Reuters BYD, Kristin Dziczek, Mathew Vachaparampil, Bernstein, Eunice Lee, Mark Wakefield, Evelyn Cheng, hasn't, Wakefield, That's Organizations: GM, Shanghai International Automobile Industry, National Exhibition, Convention Center, Visual China, Getty, DETROIT, American, of, SAIC, Dongfeng, General Motors, U.S . Bureau, Analysis, America —, Chrysler, America's GM, Ford Motor, automakers, The New York Times, Economist, Reuters, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's, Caresoft, Overseas, Chicago, CNBC, European Union, EU, Union, Volvo, Karma, Ford, U.S, Buick, Lincoln Nautilus Locations: Shanghai, U.S, of China, Asia, Europe, China, Japan, Nio, Mexico, Korea, Germany, Beijing, Texas, Turin, Italy, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's Detroit, AlixPartners, Russia, America
Djokovic, Norrie and Fruhvirtova were not prepared to blame the ever-changing types of tennis balls used year-round at the sport's highest levels, but they weren't necessarily ready to absolve that issue completely, either. He said when the ATP asks male players at the end of each season what they think can be improved about the sport, he always mentions the fluctuations among the fuzzy tennis balls. Ten brands of tennis balls — and 19 distinct types — were used across the WTA in 2023. "It does change week by week." One significant difference between tennis and some other sports is that surfaces change, prompting ball changes.
Persons: Novak, Cam Norrie, Brenda Fruhvirtova, Norrie, Fruhvirtova, , Milos Raonic, Taylor Fritz, didn’t, I’ve, ” Fritz, “ It’s, It’s, it’s, Katie Boulter, Carlos Alcaraz, Fritz, Alcaraz, Victoria Azarenka, ” Azarenka, AP Sports Writers John Pye, Andrew Dampf, ___ Organizations: Australian, Melbourne Park, WTA, ATP, , Wimbledon, NHL, Major League Baseball, FIFA, U.S ., U.S, Victoria, AP Sports Writers Locations: California, Melbourne, British, Australia, Turin, Italy
Chiara Ferragni is an Italian influencer with just under 30 million followers on Instagram. Here's how the digital entrepreneur shot to social media superstardom. The item was packaged with a pink box featuring Ferragni's name and logo, as well as an illustration of the social media star. AdvertisementBut how did Ferragni become such a social media superstar and build her empire — amid this controversy? Amid the recent scandal, Ferragni's massive online presence continues to span social media.
Persons: Chiara Ferragni, Here's, , Ferragni, Balocco, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Federico Leonardo Lucia, Leone, Fedez, ferragnez, Lapresse, Eugenio Fusco, Alessandra Balocco Organizations: Service, Regina Margherita Hospital, Italian Competition Authority, Authority, Associated Press, Milan's Bocconi University, Financial Times, Teen Vogue, Forbes, Harvard Business School, Prada, AP Locations: Italian, Turin, Italy, Balocco, Milan, Venice, TikTok
“I just had a passion for Italy,” Aileen tells CNN Travel. Italian dreamTom and Aileen White purchased a home in the Italian village of Exilles back in 2017. “They met us the next day and we bought the house on a handshake,” explains Aileen, who runs a real estate consultancy. The couple say they faced some minor issues during the sale process, particularly with regards to opening an Italian bank account, but were able to overcome this hurdle with the help of an Italy-based attorney. ‘Magical place’The couple say that they've been embraced "like family" by the local community in Exilles.
Persons: Aileen, Tom Winter, who’ve, , ” Aileen, Tom, Aileen White, , they've, , Winters, they’ve, Torre Piccolo, Li Americani, “ Everyone’s, it’s, ” “, Exilles, “ We’ve, they’re, “ Don’t, he’s Organizations: CNN, CNN Travel, realtors, Gran Bosco, Torre Piccolo Locations: Italy, Boulder , Colorado, Susa, Piedmont, Italian, Exilles, Turin, , , Provence, Tuscany, Spain
An influencer is under investigation regarding "misleading" posts about a charity partnership. Chiara Ferragni , who has 29.5 million Instagram followers, partnered with the Italian cake brand Balocco in November 2022 to launch a pink-packaged Christmas cake. In addition to fining Ferragni's companies 1.075 million euros, or $1.1 million, the authority find Balocco 420,000 euros, or $460,000. Ferragni's publicist confirmed the investigation, according to the AP. She also apologized and said she would donate 1 million euros to the hospital in Turin.
Persons: weren't, , Chiara Ferragni, Ferragni, Alessandra Balocco, Fedez, Balocco Organizations: Authorities, Service, Italian Competition Authority, Prosecutors, Associated Press Locations: Turin, Italy, Milan, Italian, Instagram
CNN —Go to a major tennis tournament and it’s hard to miss the Carota Boys, a team of six men decked in full-body, bright-orange carrot costumes. It’s only over the past seven or so months that the Carota Boys’ love for Sinner has really blossomed, endearing themselves to the tennis public in the process. The conception of the Carota Boys originates with the friends’ tradition of buying tickets for tennis tournaments to celebrate each other’s birthdays. The Carota Boys attend the ATP Tour Finals in Turin, Italy, watching Sinner take on Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas. “Jannik and all the Carota Boys are born in a place near the mountains.
Persons: Sinner, – Lorenzo Ferrato, Francesco Gaboardi, Gianluca Bertorello, Enrico Ponsi, Alessandro Dedominici, Alberto Mondino –, TIZIANA FABI, Ferrato, Lavazza, Novak Djokovic, , ” Ferrato, “ Jannik, Clive Brunskill, “ Let’s, let’s, we’ve, Jannik, , Valentino Rossi, Max, Michael, Schumacher, Daniil Medvedev, Valerio Pennicino, Carlos Alcaraz, Denmark’s Holger Rune, Djokovic, ” Djokovic, he’s, Sinner’s Organizations: CNN, Carota Boys, ATP, Getty, CNN Sport, Boys, Wimbledon, Davis, ITF Gaboardi, Italy, Australia, Locations: Italy, It’s, Turin, Revello, Rome, AFP, Vienna, Austria, Paris, London, New York, Malaga, Spain, Formula
TURIN/AMSTERDAM, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The CEO of Exor NV (EXOR.AS), the largest shareholder in Dutch healthcare equipment maker Philips NV (PHG.AS), on Thursday said he continues to believe the company's problems are solvable. Exor owns a 15% stake in Philips. The recall wiped nearly two-thirds off Philips' stock market valuation and new CEO Roy Jakobs has said that resolving the issue is his top priority. Philips stock is currently trading at 18.77 euros, about 25 cents higher than before Exor announced its investment in August. Exor is the investment arm of Italy's Agnelli family, with investments in manufacturing, sport, media, fashion, healthcare and technology companies.
Persons: John Elkann, Exor, Elkann, Roy Jakobs, Philips, Italy's Agnelli, Guilio Piovaccari, Toby Sterling, Kirsten Donovan Organizations: Exor NV, Philips NV, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Philips, Exor, Thomson Locations: TURIN, AMSTERDAM, Turin, U.S
Intesa's CET1 requirement under SREP process rises to 9.32%
  + stars: | 2023-11-30 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Intesa San Paolo bank headquaters is seen in Turin, Italy, November 7, 2018. The ECB had set the same threshold at 8.88% for the current year. The new requirement kicks in on Jan. 1, 2024. The increase to 2023 stems mostly from a buffer that 'Other Systemically Important Institutions' (O-SII) are due to hold, which stands at 1.25% for 2024 versus 0.75% in 2023. The countercyclical buffer requirement also inched up slightly to 0.23% from 0.16%, Intesa said.
Persons: headquaters, Stefano Rellandini, Intesa, Valentina Za, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: REUTERS, European Central Bank, ECB, Thomson Locations: Paolo, Turin, Italy
CNN —“It was definitely heartbreaking to see,” American soccer star Timothy Weah says of a moment which, even 10 years on, he can still clearly recall. As a 12-year-old, it was the first time Weah – son of legendary Liberian soccer great George Weah – had seen racism in sport. “I think that was a moment that really … shook me as a young man,” the 23-year-old Weah tells CNN Senior Sport Analyst Darren Lewis. Weah and Iling-Junior agree that not spending much time with family is one of the most difficult challenges young soccer players face, especially those who move abroad, as they both did. “And I think, in mental health, that’s important to understand because I think there’s going to be a time where a lot more footballers are going to come and speak out about their mental health.
Persons: Timothy Weah, Kevin, Prince Boateng, Weah, George Weah –, Darren Lewis, , we’re, they’ve, Samuel Iling, Marco Bertorello, ” Weah, Sam, , “ I’ve, Germain, I’ve, Iling, ” Iling, I’m Organizations: CNN, AC Milan, Liberian, Weah, Juventus, CNN Sport, Juventus ’ “, Getty, Junior, US, National Team, Paris Saint, London Locations: American, Europe, AFP, Paris, Turin, Italy, I’m, London
MALAGA, Spain, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Serbia's Miomir Kecmanovic rallied from a set down to power past Lorenzo Musetti 6-7(7) 6-2 6-1 and give the 2010 champions a 1-0 lead over Italy in their Davis Cup semi-final on Saturday. Musetti made a slow start against the high-flying Kecmanovic and narrowly avoided going a double break down, before the world number 27 found his range to level the first set at 5-5 and come from behind again in the tiebreak to clinch it. Serbia, who outclassed Britain in the last eight, will need Djokovic and Dusan Lajovic to defeat the pair of Simone Bolelli and Lorenzo Sonego if Sinner forces a doubles decider. The winner of the tie will face Australia in Sunday's final after Lleyton Hewitt's side beat Finland in the semi-finals. Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru, editing by Pritha SarkarOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Miomir Kecmanovic, Lorenzo Musetti, Musetti, Novak Djokovic, Sinner, Djokovic, Dusan Lajovic, Simone Bolelli, Lorenzo Sonego, Lleyton Hewitt's, Shrivathsa Sridhar, Pritha Sarkar Organizations: Davis, Serbia, ATP, Djokovic, Martin Carpena Arena, Australia, Sunday's, Finland, Thomson Locations: MALAGA, Spain, Italy, Serbia, Netherlands, Turin, Bengaluru
A flag with the logo of Stellantis is seen at the company's corporate office building in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines near Paris, France, May 5, 2021. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies Stellantis NV FollowTURIN, Italy, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Stellantis' (STLAM.MI) revenue target for its recycling and reconditioning unit will be raised after growing 25% so far this year, the group's Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said on Thursday inaugurating its first hub for the business. As part of its long-term business plan, the Franco-Italian group has said it aimed to generate 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion) in revenue by 2030 from its "circular economy" unit, by recycling and extending the life of parts and materials. Located in the Mirafiori complex, in Turin, the new circular economy hub focuses on life extension for parts and vehicles, component reconditioning as well as recycling materials to return to the manufacturing loop. The site, for which Stellantis has invested 40 million euros, currently employs 170 highly-trained employees, projected to rise to around 550 people by 2025.
Persons: Gonzalo Fuentes, Carlos Tavares, Tavares, Stellantis, Giulio Piovaccari, David Evans Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Saint, Yvelines, Paris, France, TURIN, Italy, Franco, Italian, Turin
Stellantis will lift its 2030 revenue target for its recycling and reconditioning unit after its revenue grew 25% so far this year, the automaker's CEO said on Thursday, adding that the business would help make electric vehicles more affordable. Rising prices and reduced availability of raw materials, as well as environmental costs to extract them, are pushing manufacturers and regulators to reuse and recycle more. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares said volatility in raw materials prices made electric vehicles (EV) less affordable for consumers. "We aim to set up a stable flow of supplies for raw materials ... avoiding market ups and downs. This means less inflation," Tavares said in Turin as he inaugurated the automaker's first hub for its recycling and reconditioning business, now part of its 'circular economy' unit.
Persons: Tim Kuniskis, Dodge Brand, Carlos Tavares, Tavares, Stellantis Organizations: Dodge, EV Locations: Pontiac , Michigan, Turin, Franco, Italian, North America, America, Africa, East, Stellantis, Italy
Djokovic sends Serbia into Davis Cup semi against Italy
  + stars: | 2023-11-23 | by ( )   time to read: +3 min
The 36-year-old world number one, looking to complete a remarkable year by helping his country win the Davis Cup for the second time, outclassed Norrie to become his country's most successful Davis Cup player. Serbia will face Italy on Saturday after Jannik Sinner inspired his team to a comeback win over the Netherlands, the world number four winning his singles and a decisive doubles . But world number 55 Kecmanovic produced a brilliant performance to beat Draper 7-6(2) 7-6(6) in a fierce battle. That never looked likely, however, as Djokovic, who won three of the year's four Grand Slam titles and last week's ATP Finals for a record seventh time, dissected the world number 18. Earlier, in the Martin Carpena Arena which has seen big crowds for Final Eight, Italy kept alive their hopes of a first Davis Cup title since 1976.
Persons: deportes Martin, Miomir Kecmanovic, Britain's Jack Draper REUTERS, Violeta Santos Moura, Novak Djokovic, Britain's Cameron Norrie, Norrie, Sinner, Andy Murray, Dan Evans, Jack Draper, Serbia's Miomir, Joe Salisbury, Neal Skupski, Draper, Djokovic, Nenad Zimonjic, Kecmanovic, Martin Carpena, Botic van de Zandschulp, Matteo Arnaldi, Tallon Griekspoor, Lorenzo Sonego, Griekspoor, Wesley Koolhof, Martyn Herman, Ed Osmond Organizations: Britain, Palacio, deportes, deportes Martin Carpena, Rights, Davis, Italy, Djokovic, Serbia, Martin, ATP, Thomson Locations: Serbia, Malaga, Spain, Rights MALAGA, Netherlands, France, Italy, Dutch, Turin
CNN —Russia has put a Ukrainian singer who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016 on a wanted criminal list, according to state media. Jamala, whose full name is Susana Jamaladynova, is “on the wanted list for criminal charges,” Russian state media outlet TASS reported on Monday. Russian state media called it anti-Russian and Moscow said it violated Eurovision rules. In 2022, Ukraine won Eurovision again thanks to folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra’s song “Stefania,” which was written about the frontman’s mother. While the winning nation normally hosts the following year’s contest, Ukraine was unable to do so due to the Russian full-scale invasion.
Persons: Susana Jamaladynova, Jonathan Nackstrand, Jamala, , Vladimir Putin’s, Stefania, Sweden’s Loreen Organizations: CNN, TASS, Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, Russian Federation, Getty, Ukraine, Eurovision, Liverpool Locations: Russia, Ukrainian, Russian, AFP, Crimea, Ukraine, Moscow, United Kingdom, Spain, Italian, Turin
Djokovic eyes 'Golden Slam' in 2024
  + stars: | 2023-11-20 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Djokovic, who won his seventh ATP Finals on Sunday with a straight set win over Jannik Sinner, missed out on Grand Slam this year after losing to Carlos Alcaraz in the Wimbledon final. Steffi Graf is the only player to have achieved the 'Golden Slam', winning the Australian, French and U.S. Opens, Wimbledon and a gold medal at the Seoul Olympics in 1988. "Well, you can win four slams and an Olympic gold," Djokovic said. The 24-times Grand Slam winner said he was "very, very proud" of his season.
Persons: Pala Alpitour, Serbia's Novak Djokovic, Italy's Jannik, Guglielmo Mangiapane, Novak Djokovic, Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Steffi Graf, That's, I've, Chiranjit, Peter Rutherford Organizations: ATP, Wimbledon, Paris Olympics, Seoul, Thomson Locations: Turin, Italy, U.S, Wimbledon, Bengaluru
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