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Matteo Marras

Citizen based in Cagliari, IT, Italy. Joined on Dec 2, 2009


For 8 out of 10 Italians too many immigrants arrive in Italy

Rome - The results for some may be surprising, regarding a survey sponsored by Focsiv, the umbrella federation of 64 non-governmental organizations international voluntary Christian service.

Fourth Grand Slam title for Nadal, wins the U.S. Open

Flushing - The Spanish world number one, a dream comes true at only 24 years. He has beaten 6-4 5-7 6-4 6-2 after three hours and forty-three minutes of play, Serbian Novak Djokovic, third-seeded.

In Kota Kinabalu where even the deaf hear the Good News

Kota Kinabalu - The service is offered by a group of volunteers through sign language translated hymns, readings, Gospel and homily. With over 20 years, the initiative allows more than 80 deaf people, especially children, to attend Mass every Sunday.

Israeli-Palestinian talks resume. Clinton in Egypt

Sharm El-sheikh - H. Clinton, Netanyahu and Abu Mazen will also have separate meetings with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. U.S. position: 'We support the two states'

Betting on Pope's visit in England

Lorient - The British agencies open betting on the next visit of the Pope in the United Kingdom, September 16 to 19. You can bet that the pope mobile pierce or on what will be the turnout at Sunday mass. And much more besides.

Michael Moore candidates himself as Obama's chief of staff

Washington - Republicans ride the widespread dissatisfaction about the difficulties of the economy and strengthen the battle of television commercials, this time will have more money to Democrats financed the campaign for the midterm elections

No burqa in public places, we are French

By means of the Senate becomes law in France, the ban on women wearing the full Islamic veil in public places. Women can no longer wear the burqa and the niqab in shops, parks, schools, hospitals, transport, in short in all public places.

Three Christian schools attacked in Kashmir

New Delhi - The attacked schools include the Good Shepherd School Pulwana, about forty kilometers from the capital Srinagar, and the Protestant Christ and Christ School Mohalla School, both in the city of Poonch, situated in the southern district of Jammu.

Tehran, American hiker released

Sara Shourd was released from Tehran's Evin prison. He left Iran on a flight to Oman. She was arrested on the border with Iraq in June 2009 for having crossed the border. Still held the other two hikers.

Attack in North Ossetia, 18 deaths

At eleven o'clock on Thursday Sept. 9 a bomb exploded in a crowded market. Russian President Medvedev: 'destroy the bombers'. The Caucasus is a place of violent tensions since the end of the Soviet Union.

Theologian: In Islam no place for democracy and human rights

Qom - These are the words of the Imam Mesbah Yazdi, a great supporter of Ahmadinejad. For Yadzi, sexual deviance or moral - as with Sakineh - have to be punished with the removal of the guilty.

Leap Forward in Chinese imports in August

Beijing - Decrease the surplus in trade balance. Experts disagree on whether the data is permanent or just a result of heavy purchases of raw materials in anticipation of price increases. Relations with the United States.

Kirkuk: the campaign 'Burn the Koran' strengthen friendship

Kirkuk - Mosques read a message condemning the burning of the Koran archbishop Louis Sako, during the homily for the Eid. For Islamic leaders Pastor Jones is not Christians. Imam of Kirkuk: "Our Christian brothers are always ready to show their solidarity."

Saad Hariri: Syria did not kill my father

Beirut - A change of 180 degrees: the accusations to Syria in 2005 led to a strong opposition movement in Damascus (led by Saad) which led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanese soil. Perhaps Syria is aligning with the Arab front, leaving Iran.

Berlusconi attacked in public square

Berlusconi hurt by the launch of an object after a rally in Milan. Massimo Tartaglia, who made this gesture, has been mentally treated for ten years

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