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PARIS (Reuters) - Elbow to elbow, foot to foot or the occasional Namaste is how some candidates in France's local elections are greeting voters across cities, but for others direct contact is too valuable to give up even as the highly contagious coronavirus runs amok.
SINGAPORE: The January transfer window in Europe big money football scene saw no massive move but Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return to AC Milan and instant Borussia Dortmund hit Erling Haaland are making plenty of headlines. But big clubs like Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Barcelona also showed restraint.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian police have launched an investigation into a picture showing a U.S. student suspected of killing an officer in a blindfold and handcuffs soon after the arrest.
MILAN (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Sunday offered prayers for migrants who died in the Mediterranean Sea this week, in what the U.N. refugee agency called the worst shipwreck in the area this year.
ROME (Reuters) - Two American teens were arrested on Saturday in Rome accused of the stabbing murder of an Italian military police officer in a crime that has shaken Italy, law enforcement officials said.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy has written to the European Union pledging to complete a rail link with France, according to the European Parliament president David Sassoli.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's presidency appointed Labour Minister Ukur Yatani as acting finance minister on Wednesday, a day after incumbent Henry Rotich was charged with corruption.
ROME (Reuters) - Francesco Saverio Borrelli, the Italian magistrate who headed the "Clean Hands" corruption investigations in the early 1990s that swept away an entire political class, has died, his family said on Saturday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's government, formed by the 5-Star Movement and the League party, will not fall as it is "the only possible one", Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio told the daily Il Corriere della Sera in an interview published on Thursday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy still has time to dissolve parliament and go to elections after the summer break, Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini told daily Il Corriere della Sera.