Top executives of Italy's biggest motorway operator made an early exit from a ceremony held on Wednesday to remember victims of a deadly bridge collapse in the port city of Genoa, after some grieving relatives asked for them to leave. (Reuters World News) More
By Francesca Landini GENOA, Italy (Reuters) – Top executives of Italy's biggest motorway operator made an early exit from a ceremony held on Wednesday to.
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Francesco Saverio Borrelli, the Italian magistrate who headed the “Clean Hands” corruption investigations in the early 1990s that swept away an entire political ...
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Pa. Turnpike OKs 6% toll hike for 2020 Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) on Tuesday approved a six percent toll increase for 2020 for both E-ZPass and cash ...
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Indonesia construction firm to sell five toll roads The Star Online
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According to LGBTQ legend it was Marsha P. Johnson, a black transgender woman, who threw the first brick at the Stonewall Inn 50 years ago, sparking the ...
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