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paolo ignazio marong Sep 16
Dedicato a e alle polveri dell' I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it: Families fight against toxic dust from Italy's Ilva steelworks -
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Francesco Menzera Sep 17
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Mary Fuggiano Sep 17
Sunday at the city
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Domani Dove Andiamo? Sep 19
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David Hewson Sep 13
Had worse views while eating a pizza. And this one had pistachio too which was lovely.
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David Hewson Sep 13
I'm walking down the street and this sprightly elderly lady pops up and says 'You must see our city ipogeos'. Much unlocking of doors then underground tombs and stuff. At the end she asks 'Coffee?' 'Thanks just had one.' 'I meant for me.' is travel like it used to be.
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Benny Jones Sep 17
Reckon the Giants are one Jeremy Cameron rolled ankle away from being certainties on Sat night...wet night, written off, against an opponent who doesn’t handle a red hot faves tag in finals all that well. Ignore at your peril.
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Jürgen Zwilling Sep 19
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AGHIOS Sep 16
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Italy Hotels Sep 17
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informazione lavoro Sep 13
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Steve McConchie Sep 18
Yep I’m in. Would love the Giants to beat the Pies...
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Moira K Stone Sep 16
'The "ecological hills", meant to shield the population from toxic dust, were found to have been produced from the factory's toxic waste.'
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Floriana Filomena Ferrara 22h
In an excellent Interview talks about ethics in innovation, responsibility and the Project . which is an example of public-private synergy (industry), it is starting in
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David Hewson Sep 13
A very cool wedding car made for these narrow streets
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Piccolo Krack Sep 15
coffee from 🇮🇹 pastel from 🇵🇹 cup from 🇳🇱 breakfast 🇪🇺
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Lordluxurystore.com Sep 17
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Ken Nitz Sep 17
this is an interesting piece from Italy Families fight against toxic dust from Italy's Ilva steelworks.
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Lucy Westerman Sep 17
"We live next to a cancer factory." Toxic environmental is linked to like & lung disease. Who's responsible for ending harm to communities like ? @TCChristofoletti
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Yael Meroz Sep 13
"The seaweed is always greener in somebody else's sea".... 🦀🐠🌱The project harvested placed in its plant in , . A promising amount of -destined for marketing in a approach- was collected!
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