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  • Italy's state broadcaster picks M&A adviser for towers unit -sources:

    Italian state broadcaster RAI has picked investment bank Lazard (LAZ.N) to assess merger and acquisition options for its towers unit Rai Way (RWAY.MI), two sources close to the matter said on Wednesday.
    Prime Minister Mario Draghi in March approved a decree allowing RAI to cut its holding in Rai Way below 51% from the current 65%, in a move expected to trigger consolidation in the television and radio mast sector.
    Italy's state broadcaster picks M&A adviser for towers unit -sources: Italian state broadcaster RAI has picked investment bank Lazard (LAZ.N) to assess merger and acquisition options for its towers unit Rai Way (RWAY.MI), two sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. Prime Minister Mario Draghi in March approved a decree allowing RAI to cut its holding in Rai Way below 51% from the current 65%, in a move expected to trigger consolidation in the television and radio mast sector.
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    Italy's state broadcaster picks M&A adviser for towers unit -sources
    Italian state broadcaster RAI has picked investment bank Lazard to assess merger and acquisition options for its towers unit Rai Way , two sources close to the matter said on Wednesday.
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  • Italy to Increase Migrant Work Permit Quotas for 2022:

    The Italian government has said that this year the country plans to allow a total of 75,000 people to arrive in Italy for work.

    This means that in Italy’s 2022 decree on migrant quotas, there will be around 5,000 posts more than last year, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    The Italian Minister of Interior, Luciana Lamorgese, said that the authorities decided to take such a decision since Italy is currently dealing with a lack of personnel in specific sectors, according to ANSA.
    Italy to Increase Migrant Work Permit Quotas for 2022: The Italian government has said that this year the country plans to allow a total of 75,000 people to arrive in Italy for work. This means that in Italy’s 2022 decree on migrant quotas, there will be around 5,000 posts more than last year, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports. The Italian Minister of Interior, Luciana Lamorgese, said that the authorities decided to take such a decision since Italy is currently dealing with a lack of personnel in specific sectors, according to ANSA.
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    Italy to Increase Migrant Work Permit Quotas for 2022 - SchengenVisaInfo.com
    The Italian government has said that this year the country plans to allow a total of 75,000 people to arrive in Italy for work. This means that in Italy’s 2022 decree on migrant quotas, there will be around 5,000 posts more than last year, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports. The Italian Minister of Interior, Luciana Lamorgese, said that […]
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  • How 'Ndrangheta mafia families may be living next to you, quietly laundering billions in dirty cash:

    After covertly taking control of an underworld encrypted messaging system, the Australian Federal Police have exposed just how deeply Italy's notoriously secretive and ruthlessly violent 'Ndrangheta mafia has infiltrated Australia.
    The tentacles of the 'Ndrangheta reach into towns and cities across the country, the AFP revealed today, explaining how thousands of members will be presenting a modest front of regular family life while laundering billions in dirty cash in construction, agricultural and catering businesses.
    "It's entirely possible that people would be living next door to members of the 'Ndrangheta without knowing," AFP Assistant Commissioner Nigel Ryan said today, describing the mafia as quiet puppet masters who control killer bikie gangs and hardened criminals on the frontlines of Australia's drug, illegal gambling and *** trade.
    How 'Ndrangheta mafia families may be living next to you, quietly laundering billions in dirty cash: After covertly taking control of an underworld encrypted messaging system, the Australian Federal Police have exposed just how deeply Italy's notoriously secretive and ruthlessly violent 'Ndrangheta mafia has infiltrated Australia. The tentacles of the 'Ndrangheta reach into towns and cities across the country, the AFP revealed today, explaining how thousands of members will be presenting a modest front of regular family life while laundering billions in dirty cash in construction, agricultural and catering businesses. "It's entirely possible that people would be living next door to members of the 'Ndrangheta without knowing," AFP Assistant Commissioner Nigel Ryan said today, describing the mafia as quiet puppet masters who control killer bikie gangs and hardened criminals on the frontlines of Australia's drug, illegal gambling and gun trade.
    How 'Ndrangheta mafia families may be living quietly next to you, while laundering billions in dirty cash
    After covertly taking control of an underworld encrypted messaging system, the Australian Federal Police ha...
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  • 100-year-old Italian woman has driving licence renewed:

    An Italian woman has had her driving licence renewed at the age of 100, becoming at least the country’s third centenarian in recent years deemed fit to get behind the wheel.

    Candida Uderzo was given a new licence after passing an eye test at a driving school in the northern province of Vicenza.

    The sprightly centenarian said she liked to be autonomous and to not put pressure on her son to drive her around.

    “This renewal makes me happy and will make me feel a little bit freer too,” Uderzo told Corriere della Sera. “I’m lucky, I’m 100 years old, and being so healthy is a surprise to me too. I never take tablets, just the odd sleeping pill once in a while.
    100-year-old Italian woman has driving licence renewed: An Italian woman has had her driving licence renewed at the age of 100, becoming at least the country’s third centenarian in recent years deemed fit to get behind the wheel. Candida Uderzo was given a new licence after passing an eye test at a driving school in the northern province of Vicenza. The sprightly centenarian said she liked to be autonomous and to not put pressure on her son to drive her around. “This renewal makes me happy and will make me feel a little bit freer too,” Uderzo told Corriere della Sera. “I’m lucky, I’m 100 years old, and being so healthy is a surprise to me too. I never take tablets, just the odd sleeping pill once in a while.
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    100-year-old Italian woman has driving licence renewed
    Candida Uderzo says she likes to be autonomous as she joins at least two other centenarians deemed fit to drive in Italy
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  • Alarm bells for Macron amid poll boost for left, headed by firebrand Mélenchon:

    France's rejuvenated left-wing parties appear to be gaining ground on President Emmanuel Macron's centrist allies ahead of parliamentary elections later this month, raising fears for the ruling party that it may fail to secure a majority.

    A new poll, published late Wednesday by the Ifop-Fiducial group, suggested Macron's Ensemble ("Together") coalition would win 275-310 seats in the vote, possibly below the 289 needed for a majority.

    The first round will be held on June 12 and the second one week later on June 19. It is only then that the shape of the new parliament will be clear.
    Alarm bells for Macron amid poll boost for left, headed by firebrand Mélenchon: France's rejuvenated left-wing parties appear to be gaining ground on President Emmanuel Macron's centrist allies ahead of parliamentary elections later this month, raising fears for the ruling party that it may fail to secure a majority. A new poll, published late Wednesday by the Ifop-Fiducial group, suggested Macron's Ensemble ("Together") coalition would win 275-310 seats in the vote, possibly below the 289 needed for a majority. The first round will be held on June 12 and the second one week later on June 19. It is only then that the shape of the new parliament will be clear.
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    Alarm bells for Macron amid poll boost for left, headed by firebrand Mélenchon
    France's rejuvenated left-wing parties appear to be gaining ground on President Emmanuel Macron's centrist allies ahead of parliamentary elections later this month, raising fears for the ruling party…
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  • Poland’s Iga Swiatek wins French Open women's tennis final:

    Iga Swiatek cruised to her second French Open title by dominating teenager Coco Gauff in the final on Saturday, as the world number one claimed her 35th successive victory.

    The 21-year-old Pole stormed to a 6-1, 6-3 win in only 68 minutes on Court Philippe Chatrier, equalling Venus Williams' record for the longest winning run by a woman in the 21st century.

    Swiatek celebrated her sixth straight title this year in the players' box with her friends and family.

    The Polish player has worn a ribbon in the colours of the Ukraine flag on her cap throughout the tournament. Speaking after her win, Swiatek said, "I wanted to say something to Ukraine, to stay strong, because the war is still there.”
    Poland’s Iga Swiatek wins French Open women's tennis final: Iga Swiatek cruised to her second French Open title by dominating teenager Coco Gauff in the final on Saturday, as the world number one claimed her 35th successive victory. The 21-year-old Pole stormed to a 6-1, 6-3 win in only 68 minutes on Court Philippe Chatrier, equalling Venus Williams' record for the longest winning run by a woman in the 21st century. Swiatek celebrated her sixth straight title this year in the players' box with her friends and family. The Polish player has worn a ribbon in the colours of the Ukraine flag on her cap throughout the tournament. Speaking after her win, Swiatek said, "I wanted to say something to Ukraine, to stay strong, because the war is still there.”
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    Poland’s Iga Swiatek wins French Open women's tennis final
    Iga Swiatek cruised to her second French Open title by dominating teenager Coco Gauff in the final on Saturday, as the world number one claimed her 35th successive victory.
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  • Anthony Ralston and Scott McKenna scored their first international goals as Scotland swept Armenia aside in their Nations League opener at Hampden:

    A week on from the painful World Cup play-off defeat to Ukraine, Steve Clarke's side were utterly dominant.

    Headers from Ralston and McKenna made it 2-0 at halfway after Stuart Armstrong and Andy Robertson had gone close.

    John McGinn rattled the crossbar late on but a third goal would not come.
    Anthony Ralston and Scott McKenna scored their first international goals as Scotland swept Armenia aside in their Nations League opener at Hampden: A week on from the painful World Cup play-off defeat to Ukraine, Steve Clarke's side were utterly dominant. Headers from Ralston and McKenna made it 2-0 at halfway after Stuart Armstrong and Andy Robertson had gone close. John McGinn rattled the crossbar late on but a third goal would not come.
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    Scotland soothe play-off pain with win over Armenia
    Scotland sweep Armenia aside in their Nations League opener at Hampden a week on from World Cup play-off disappointment.
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  • Rory McIlroy:

    LIV Golf players doing it for ‘boatloads of cash’; Rory McIlroy is preparing to protect his Canadian Open title today in Toronto The golfers playing in the inaugural Saudi-funded LIV Golf occasion this week are doing it for”boatloads of cash money”, states Rory McIlroy.Major champs Phil Mickelson and also Dustin Johnson are reported to have been paid$200m and$150m respectively to play in the new series.McIlroy is protecting his Canadian Open title today on the PGA Tour.”We all understand why everyone’s playing in London this week,” he claimed of the LIV Golf event.
    Rory McIlroy: LIV Golf players doing it for ‘boatloads of cash’; Rory McIlroy is preparing to protect his Canadian Open title today in Toronto The golfers playing in the inaugural Saudi-funded LIV Golf occasion this week are doing it for”boatloads of cash money”, states Rory McIlroy.Major champs Phil Mickelson and also Dustin Johnson are reported to have been paid$200m and$150m respectively to play in the new series.McIlroy is protecting his Canadian Open title today on the PGA Tour.”We all understand why everyone’s playing in London this week,” he claimed of the LIV Golf event.
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    Rory McIlroy: LIV Golf players doing it for ‘boatloads of cash’
    Rory McIlroy is preparing to protect his Canadian Open title today in Toronto The golfers playing in the inaugural Saudi-funded LIV Golf occasion this week are doing it for”boatloads of cash money”, states Rory McIlroy.Major champs Phil Mickelson and also Dustin Johnson are reported to have been paid$200m and$150m respectively to play in the new […]
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  • Unilateral UK action on protocol would be ‘historic low point’, says Irish PM:

    Unilateral action by the UK to scrap parts of the Northern Ireland protocol would mark a “historic low point”, Ireland’s Taoiseach Micheál Martin told MEPs in an address to the European Parliament on Wednesday.

    The UK government reportedly plans to move ahead with draft legislation next week to do away with sections of the Northern Ireland protocol, including the checks on goods entering Northern Ireland from the EU that were instituted as part of the Brexit deal. Concern over the UK’s intentions has been voiced in Dublin, Brussels and Washington.
    Unilateral UK action on protocol would be ‘historic low point’, says Irish PM: Unilateral action by the UK to scrap parts of the Northern Ireland protocol would mark a “historic low point”, Ireland’s Taoiseach Micheál Martin told MEPs in an address to the European Parliament on Wednesday. The UK government reportedly plans to move ahead with draft legislation next week to do away with sections of the Northern Ireland protocol, including the checks on goods entering Northern Ireland from the EU that were instituted as part of the Brexit deal. Concern over the UK’s intentions has been voiced in Dublin, Brussels and Washington.
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  • Plans to raise legal smoking age in UK to 21 could be unveiled by government:

    Radical plans to raise the legal smoking age in the UK to 21 as part of a review backed by the health secretary could be unveiled before the end of this week, reports say.

    The review is expected to arrive on Thursday in a bid to slash the number of smokers in Britain to 5 per cent by 2030.

    Led by former Barnardo’s CEO Javed Khan, the report is expected to recommend that the legal age to purchase cigarettes be raised and that new taxes be levied on profits made by tobacco companies.

    But The Guardian reported there is resisitance from within government regarding the changes.
    Plans to raise legal smoking age in UK to 21 could be unveiled by government: Radical plans to raise the legal smoking age in the UK to 21 as part of a review backed by the health secretary could be unveiled before the end of this week, reports say. The review is expected to arrive on Thursday in a bid to slash the number of smokers in Britain to 5 per cent by 2030. Led by former Barnardo’s CEO Javed Khan, the report is expected to recommend that the legal age to purchase cigarettes be raised and that new taxes be levied on profits made by tobacco companies. But The Guardian reported there is resisitance from within government regarding the changes.
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