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Migrants boost Italian economy


Foreign workers in Italy have been revealed to be playing a significant role in the country’s economy.

Their contribution funds the pensions of 640,000 Italian retirees, according to a new report.

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The Russian president said he hasn't decided yet
A female activist bared her breasts at Ukraine's Presidential Administration in Kyiv on Friday during a document signing ceremony between Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Belarusian President
This is already the second Mi-171E helicopter delivered to Pakistan this year
Business contracts totaling more than $40 million have been signed during the Ukrainian-Belarusian business forum held on July 21 within the framework of the official visit to Ukraine of Belarusian Pr
The Russian president said he has nothing to do with any of the existing accounts
Naftogaz Ukrainy from August 1, 2017 will increase the price of gas sold to industrial consumers on a prepayment basis by 2.9% (UAH 212.4), to UAH 7,421 per 1,000 cubic meters (including VAT).
The inspection, primarily concerning the construction of plants is underway, the company’s representative said
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has said an interregional Ukrainian-Belarusian forum will be held in Belarus' Gomel region during 2017.
The ongoing problems at Guyana Power and Light (GPL)  have led to blackouts across the city and along the coast today.
The ‘Joint Sea 2017’ drills of the Russian and Chinese naval forces have begun the first stage of major exercises, marking the first time they have taken place in Europe. Read Full Arti
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Media previously reported, quoting Monaco Legends auction house, that Patek Philippe Triple Complication, allegedly owned by Vladimir Putin, was sold to an unknown person for 1.054 million euros
The Wall Street Journal has published an article by Kees van der Staaij, leader of the fundamentalist Dutch Protestant party...
If a child has Internet access you can safely bet they will spend their summer holidays online. But how did children in the Soviet Union entertain themselves, before the Internet had been invented? We
Chairman of the Board of nationalized PrivatBank Oleksandr Shlapak has left his post after the bank's supervisory board accepted his resignation, according to the banking news portal FinClub.
Cigarette sellers in France took to the streets on Thursday to attack the government's policy to gradually increase the price of a packet of cigarettes from €7 to €10 over the next thre
An elderly woman from Port Elizabeth was robbed and severely beaten with a rope by a suspect who lay in wait for her at her kitchen door.
More than 20 citizens of Turkey became injured as a result of the Aegean Sea quake, the Turkish media outlets quoted the country’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim as saying July 21.
ANOTHER group of Syrian refugees have arrived in Spain to be resettled as part of the country's commitment to give homes to people from the Middle East ...
Romania's President Klaus Iohannis and President of the European Council Donald Tusk, on Friday were presented with "Dr. Wilhelm Filderman - For Merit Reward" medals, at an event hosted by the Choral
ANOTHER heatwave is set to hit the south of mainland Spain and storms and rain will strike the north, according to the State meteorological agency, ...
Nigerian musician Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade popularly known as Mr.Eazi who has been having a nice time with billionaire’s daughter Temi Otedola has postponed his Houston concert. The Nigerian m
A new report has revealed that the Islamic State central command in Syria has been steadily funding militants in the Philippines, helping them seize the city of Marawi, arranging fundin
It was earlier reported that South Korea’s Naro Space Center was carrying out work on the KSLV-2 project for developing a carrier rocket of the same name and a launch pad for it
POLICE in the province of Málaga are investigating the death of a British couple found in their home in Manilva.
Kyiv's Medical Officer of Health has banned swimming at all 11 official beaches in the city, according to the municipal water management enterprise Pleso.
O.J. Simpson could be released as soon as October 1 after a US parole board voted to curtail his prison sentence for kidnapping and armed robbery.
A MOTHER whose five-year-old daughter and husband, 41 were killed in a dramatic blaze in their holiday home in the province of Cádiz has passed away ...
An Alabama taxidermist found his next stuffing project after he shot a massive wild boar in his yard in Sterling Tuesday. Read Full Article at
Sodiq Oyeleke In a bid to tackle the challenges posed by inadequate supply of potable water in the University of Lagos, the Chinese Consulate in Lagos has donated modern borehole to the university. Th
Minister of Foreign Affairs Elmar Mammadyarov spoke at the closing ceremony of the 11th Summer Energy School organized by the ADA University on July 9-12.
As part of its tour of Hungary, Serbia and Croatia, the World Youth Choir will make stops in Slovenia's Koper and Ljubljana on Friday and Sunday, respectively, to promote with its concerts reconci
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