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Frances D'emilio

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Recent articles by Frances:

Pope set to make first trip since pandemic to saint's town

Pope Francis is next month set to make what would be his first visit outside Rome since Italy was put under lockdown in early March when it became the first country in Europe to feel the full brunt of the coronavirus pandemic → Read More

A month after migrant rescue, tanker off Malta awaits port

A month after it rescued migrants at Malta's request, a Danish-flagged tanker is still awaiting permission to dock with its passengers so despairing they are contemplating flinging themselves into the sea → Read More

Berlusconi, hospitalized with COVID, has lung infection

Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi's doctor says the politician has an early-stage lung infection but is breathing on his own after being hospitalized with COVID-19 → Read More

Silvio Berlusconi reportedly hospitalized with pnuemonia, days after positive COVID-19 test

The former Italian prime minister was undergoing ’precautionary monitoring’ in hospital, according to one of his top aides → Read More

Italy's Berlusconi had virus fever, aches but feels better

Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi says he no longer has fever or aches from the “insidious” disease of COVID-19 as he recovers in isolation at one of his private villas → Read More

Pope: Use pandemic to give the environment a vital "rest"

Pope Francis says the coronavirus pandemic has shown how the Earth can recover “if we allow it to rest” and must spur people to adopt simpler lifestyles to help the planet → Read More

Pope: Use pandemic to give the environment a vital 'rest'

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how the Earth can recover “if we allow it to rest” and must spur people to adopt simpler lifestyles to help a planet “groaning” under the constant demand for economic growth, Pope Francis said Tuesday. In his latest urgent appeal to help a fragile environment, Francis also renewed his call for the cancellation of the debts of the most… → Read More

State TV: 4 migrants die in fire on boat off Italian coast

Italian state TV says at least four migrants perished after a fire erupted on their small sailboat and several people ended up in the sea off the southern coast of Italy → Read More

Christians: Let's unite in pandemic to fight injustices

Two authoritative religious bodies are calling on Christians to band together to fight “sins” laid bare or aggravated by the pandemic, including racism and economic injustice → Read More

Christians: Let's unite in pandemic to fight injustices

Two authoritative religious bodies are calling on Christians to band together to fight “sins” laid bare or aggravated by the pandemic, including racism and economic injustice → Read More

Returning vacationers drive Italy's surge in COVID cases

Vacationers returning from Mediterranean resorts are helping to fuel coronavirus caseloads in Italy, with numbers of infections rising for a seventh straight day Sunday → Read More

Vacationers, migrants drive Italy's surge in COVID cases

ROME (AP) — Sicily’s governor has ordered all migrant residences on the Italian island to be shut down by Monday, part of a push-back by Italian regions alarmed by a surge in COVID-19 cases a few weeks before schools are to reopen. But while some new migrants have tested positive, vacationers returning from Mediterranean Sea resorts abroad as well from the Italian island of Sardinia lately have… → Read More

Hotel Paso del Norte among first to include air filtration system that kills COVID-19 virus

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – El Paso’s historic Hotel Paso del Norte located in the city’s downtown district is set to reopen later this year and will include an added safety feature in the age of COVID-19. The hotel which originally opened in 1912 will now include an air filtration system that officials said can […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Pope: Rich can't get priority for vaccine, poor need help

Pope Francis is warning against any prospect that rich people would get priority for a coronavirus vaccine → Read More

Pope: Rich can't get priority for vaccine, poor need help

Pope Francis on Wednesday warned against any prospect that rich people would get priority for a coronavirus vaccine. → Read More

Pope: Rich can't get priority for vaccine, poor need help

Pope Francis is warning against any prospect that rich people would get priority for a coronavirus vaccine → Read More

Pope: Rich can’t get priority for vaccine, poor need help

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Wednesday warned against any prospect that rich people would get priority for a coronavirus vaccine. “The pandemic is a crisis. You don’t come out of it the same — either better or worse,” Francis said, adding improvised remarks to his planned speech for his weekly public audience. “We […] → Read More

Pope: Rich can't get priority for vaccine, poor need help

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Wednesday warned against any prospect that rich people would get priority for a coronavirus vaccine. "The pandemic is a crisis. You don't come out of it the same — either better or worse,'' Francis said, adding improvised remarks to his planned speech for his weekly public audience. “We must come out better” from the COVID-19 pandemic, the pope said. → Read More

Cesare Romiti, who steered Fiat through tough times, dies

Italian state TV says Cesare Romiti, who steered automaker Fiat through tense years of strikes and domestic terrorism in the 1970s and 1980s, died in Rome on Tuesday → Read More

1st Mediterranean cruise sets sail after virus tests

Cruise ship passengers had temperatures checked and took COVID-19 tests Sunday so they could set sail on what is being billed as the first Mediterranean cruise after Italy's pandemic lockdown → Read More