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Andrea Camilleri obituary
Prolific author of the Inspector Montalbano detective novels

John Hooper

17, Jul, 2019 @10:56 AM

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Ciao, Franco! Zeffirelli electrified audiences and threw crazy parties
The Zefferelli I knew was a conundrum and a consummate artist whose work sparkled with joy and invention

John Hooper

15, Jun, 2019 @1:44 PM

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Italy’s populist government is failing its first big test over the Genoa tragedy | John Hooper
Why did the Morandi bridge collapse? The clues lie in divisions within the populist coalition, writes the Guardian correspondent John Hooper

John Hooper

17, Aug, 2018 @4:42 PM

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Mário Soares obituary
Towering figure in Portuguese politics who was regarded as the father of his country’s modern democracy

John Hooper

08, Jan, 2017 @2:32 PM

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Father Gabriele Amorth obituary
Priest and founder of the International Association of Exorcists

John Hooper

26, Sep, 2016 @3:15 PM

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Italy earthquake throws spotlight on lax construction laws
Death toll will be far higher than it should be in a country of Italy’s wealth but much lower than if quake had struck during day

John Hooper in Rome

24, Aug, 2016 @2:21 PM

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Italian PM Renzi looks to electoral reform to keep populist M5S at bay
Sunday’s mayoral gains by Beppe Grillo’s internet-based Five Star Movement have heaped pressure on Italian prime minister

John Hooper in Rome

20, Jun, 2016 @5:48 PM

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Corruption gripes help Five Star Movement top Italy local election polls
The internet-based M5S party is winning support ahead of Sunday’s elections, with one candidate tipped to be mayor of Rome

John Hooper in Rome

02, Jun, 2016 @5:00 AM

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John Hooper: 'Italy is a country of countless paradoxes'
John Hooper explains how he tried to depict a complicated society where what you see is rarely what you get

John Hooper

01, Mar, 2016 @11:00 AM

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Licio Gelli obituary
Masonic leader thought to be involved in the death of ‘God’s banker’ Roberto Calvi, found hanging under Blackfriars Bridge in London

John Hooper

29, Dec, 2015 @4:44 PM

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Nobel peace prize 2015 goes to Tunisian civil society groups – live updates
Committee says prize awarded for quartet’s decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the 2011 Jasmine Revolution

Peter Walker

09, Oct, 2015 @11:16 AM

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Enrica Fico on her late husband Michelangelo Antonioni: ‘He was a man you could never quite reach’
Ahead of the re-release of the 1962 film L’Eclisse, the director’s widow reflects on their anguished relationship, his personal demons and her enduring loyalty

John Hooper

27, Aug, 2015 @5:22 PM

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