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June 10, 2016

Totti signs one-year contract extension with Roma

Totti signs one-year contract extension with Roma

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On Tuesday, Francesco Totti signed a one-year contract extension to remain the captain of Italian football club AS Roma. A one-club man, Totti has played 24 seasons in Serie A with the club.

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Cquote1.svg I really wanted this contract, it represents the realisation of my dream, I always wanted to end my career having only worn one shirt – the Roma one Cquote2.svg

—Francesco Totti

Totti joined Roma’s youth team in 1989 when he was 12 years old and made his Serie A debut aged 16 in March 1993 against Brescia Calcio. In the following year, he scored his first goal, against Foggia Calcio. To date, Totti has made 731 appearances and scored 304 goals – these are the club’s all-time records.

Totti has played 601 matches in Serie A and he is the third most-capped player in the league’s history. The record is held by Paolo Maldini who played 647 matches for A.C. Milan, a total that Totti cannot reach with this one-year extension.

In 1998, Totti became the youngest captain in the history of the league. Since then, Totti has won one Serie A title, the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana each on two occasions, and the FIFA World Cup in 2006. He was also awarded the European Golden Boot in 2007.

After the signing, Totti said, “I really wanted this contract, it represents the realisation of my dream, I always wanted to end my career having only worn one shirt – the Roma one”((it)).

Club president Jim Pallotta said “It’s quite fitting that on the anniversary of the day AS Roma was founded, Francesco Totti has signed a new playing contract […] He’s earnt this contract and now we want Francesco’s final season on the pitch to be the start of a new era of success for AS Roma.”((it))



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May 12, 2016

Italian parliament votes to back same-sex civil unions

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Thursday, May 12, 2016

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Members of Parliament in Italy voted yesterday in support of the introduction of same-sex civil unions. The vote passed by 369 to 193 by Italy’s lower house, the Chamber of Deputies. The upper house approved the bill in February.

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Prime Minister Matteo Renzi called for a vote of confidence in the government and a successful vote has passed approval on the bill automatically. Italy was the last major western country where same-sex relationships were legally unrecognized.

“Today is a day of celebration for so many people”, Renzi wrote before the vote on his Facebook page. “We are writing another important page of the Italy we want […] It was no longer acceptable to have any more delays after years of failed attempts.”

The bill has been criticized for not going far enough to create equality for gay couples. Compared to some other European countries the bill does not stretch as far on such issues as adoption. A previous proposal calling for a pledge of loyalty, which would have made the unions more similar to marriage, was dropped. Despite this gay couples have more rights under the bill, such as the right to take a partner’s name.

Organization Arcigay national secretary Gabriele Piazzoni said of the vote, “The glass is half-full. The text contains the recognition and protection many gays and lesbians have been waiting for all their lives […] [but] everything this law has failed to guarantee leaves a bitter taste.”

Religion was a factor in the passing of this vote as well as previous attempts. Italy is largely Roman Catholic. Speaking to newspaper la Repubblica, Archbishop Michele Pennisi said “There is a large part of the country that did not want this law passed.” He also criticized that the vote was brought through using a confidence vote, a move he referred to as “creeping fascism“.



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February 24, 2016

Messi scores twice against Čech, Bayern draw against Juventus in Champions League Last 16

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

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Yesterday, in the Last 16 round of the UEFA Champions League 2015–2016, Spanish football club FC Barcelona defeated London-based club Arsenal F.C. 2–0 — Lionel Messi scoring both of those at the Emirates Stadium. Munich-based club Bayern Munich were held to a 2–2 draw against Italian club Juventus FC in the Juventus Stadium.

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Cquote1.svg Barcelona is a great team[…] We put a lot of energy in the game and technically we were very average. Cquote2.svg

—Arsène Wenger

At London, Barcelona had a greater ball possession against The Gunners. The match saw two yellow cards. Unbeaten in their last 32 games, Barça were not able to net goals for more than an hour. Arsène Wenger’s team Arsenal held the defending champions, and it took 49 minutes for the Catalonians to have one shot on target. In the 71st minute, Barcelona won the ball and began counter-attacking, where Messi–SuárezNeymar, the MSN trio, broke the deadlock as the Argentine Messi scored his first goal against Czech goalkeeper Petr Čech.

In the 83rd minute, Mathieu Flamini who was just subbed in brought the Argentine down in the penalty area and the visitors won a penalty. Messi scored his second of the night leaving the English side facing an uphill battle. Arsenal have been eliminated in the Last 16 round five consecutive times. After the match, Wenger told BT Sport “Barcelona is a great team[…] We put a lot of energy in the game and technically we were very average.”

Barcelona in their last 33 unbeaten games have netted 100 goals. Arsenal are to play the second leg at Camp Nou on March 16.

In the other fixture of the night, between Bayern Munich and Juventus, the Germans had better ball possession. Thomas Müller and Arjen Robben put the visitors 2–0 up, netting in the 43rd and the 55th minute respectively. But after the hour mark, Paulo Dybala and Stefano Sturaro brought Juventus level by scoring in the 63rdand the 76th minutes, and the first leg finished in a 2–2 draw. The match saw four bookings, three for the visitors.

Juventus continued their unbeaten streak of now seventeen home matches in European competition since defeat in 2013 against Bayern Munich.



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February 23, 2016

Messi scores twice against Čech, Bayern held for 2-2 draw against Juventus in UEFA Champions League Last 16

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On Monday, in the Last 16 round of the UEFA Champions League 2015–2016, Spanish football club FC Barcelona defeated London-based club Arsenal F.C. 2–0 — Lionel Messi scoring both of those at the Emirates Stadium. Munich based club Bayern Munich were held for a 2–2 draw against Italian club Juventus FC in the Juventus Stadium.

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Cquote1.svg Barcelona is a great team, We put a lot of energy in the game and technically we were very average. Cquote2.svg

—Arsène Wenger

At London, Barcelona had a greater ball possession against The Gunners. The match saw two yellow cards. Unbeaten in their last 32 games, Barça was not able to net goals for more than an hour. Arsène Wenger’s team held the defending champions, and it took 49 minutes for the Catalonians to have one shot on target. In the 71st minute, Barcelona won the ball and began counter-attacking, where Messi—SuárezNeymar, the MSN trio, broke the deadlock as the Argentine Messi scored his first goal against Czech goalkeeper Petr Čech.

In the 83rd minute, Mathieu Flamini who was just subbed in brought the Argentine down in the penalty area and the visitors won a penalty. Messi scored second of the night leaving the English side in an uphill battle. Arsenal has been eliminated for five consecutive times in the Last 16. After the match, Wenger told BT Sport “Barcelona is a great team, We put a lot of energy in the game and technically we were very average.”

Barcelona in their last 33 unbeaten games has netted more than 100 goals. Arsenal is to play the second leg at Camp Nou on March 16.

In he other fixture of the night, Bayern Munich and Juventus, the Germans had better ball possession. Thomas Müller and Arjen Robben opened the scoring and the visitors were 2–0 up netting in the 43rd and the 55th minute. But after the hour mark, Paulo Dybala and Stefano Sturaro scored the equaliser for Juventus in the 63rdand the 66th, and the first leg was held for a 2–2 draw, Munich having the benefit of the away goal. The match saw four bookings, three for the visitors.

Juventus continued their unbeaten streak of now seventeen home matches in the European competition; they faced their last defeat in 2013 against the Bavarians.



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February 20, 2016

Italian writer Umberto Eco dies, age 84

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Umberto Eco, semiotician, philosopher, and novelist, died on yesterday night at the age of 84 at his home in Milan, according to his family. He had cancer.

Eco was born in Alessandria, northern Italy, on January 5, 1932 and attended University of Turin, focusing on Medieval philosophy and literature. In 1956–1964 he worked closely with the Italian television station RAI. In 1975 Eco became a University of Bologna semiotics professor.

Though an essayist, he is best known for his first novel The Name of the Rose, published in 1980 and later made into a motion picture directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud, starring Sean Connery. After the successful debut he wrote more novels, the most recent, Numero Zero, published in 2015.

Eco’s wife and two children survive him.



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December 14, 2015

UEFA Euro 16 draw takes place in Paris

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On Saturday evening, UEFA Euro 2016 draw took place at the Palais des Congrès in Paris; UEFA Euro 2016 is scheduled to be hosted in France. 24 nations were grouped in six groups, with the host nation getting Group A. The quadrennial football tournament of Europe is scheduled to start in June 2016, the matches to be played in ten French cities.

England had the first draw, and went to Group B. Interestingly, Wales also drew into Group B. World Cup winners Germany got Group C. Polish national captain Robert Lewandowski, who recently scored a brace against Croatian Dinamo Zagreb for Bayern Munich, would be facing his Bayern Munich teammate Thomas Müller in a Group C match.

Two-time defending Champions Spain got the D. Netherlands did not qualify for the first time since 1984 after a shocking exit in the qualifying match.

In full, groups drew as follows:

Group A, France, Romania, Albania, Switzerland.
Group B, England, Russia, Wales, Slovakia.
Group C, Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Northern Ireland.
Group D, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Croatia.
Group E, Belgium, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Sweden.
Group F, Portugal, Iceland, Austria, Hungary.

The opening match of the tournament is scheduled to be France versus Romania.



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August 7, 2015

FC Barcelona defeats AS Roma 3-0 to win 2015 Joan Gamper Trophy

FC Barcelona defeats AS Roma 3-0 to win 2015 Joan Gamper Trophy

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On Wednesday, Catalonia-based football club FC Barcelona defeated Rome-based Italian Serie A football club A.S. Roma 3–0 in the 2015 Joan Gamper Trophy played in Camp Nou stadium, Barcelona.

Barcelona had stronger possession of the ball in front of Roma. The match saw only five yellow cards, two for Barcelona players and three for AS Roma players. A total of twenty fouls were committed in the match. Brazilian Neymar scored the first goal of the match in the 26th minute, assisted by Jérémy Mathieu. Messi doubled the lead by scoring in the bottom right corner in the 41st minute, assisted by Neymar. The first half ended in 2–0 with four bookings.

Ivan Rakitić scored the last goal of the match in the 66th minute. The Croat scored a right-footed 30-yard screamer in the top corner, assisted by Sergio Busquets. After the match, Rakitic said: “The aim is to keep on the same lines as we were at the end of last season […] I feel strong and the team is working well. This was only a friendly but we still played to win as in any match.”

Barcelona’s new signings Aleix Vidal and Adra Turan could not play the match due to a transfer ban.

Barça is to face Athletic Bilbao on August 23 in 2015/16 La Liga.

Messi avoids possible first red card in Catalan shirt[]

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In the 34th minute, Marc Bartra‘s pass to Messi was called offside. Moments later, Messi and Roma’s Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa confronted each other, culminating with Messi headbutting Yanga-Mbiwa and grabbing him by the throat. Messi did not receive a red card, although both players were booked. The referee came to stop the dispute.




5 August 2015
Barcelona 3–0 Roma Camp Nou
Attendance: 94,422
Referee: Estrada Fernández (Catalonia)
Neymar Scored after 26 minutes 26′
Lionel Messi Booked after 34 minutes 34′, Scored after 41 minutes 41′
Ivan Rakitić Scored after 66 minutes 66′
Marc Bartra Booked after 90 minutes 90′
Yanga-Mbiwa Booked after 34 minutes 34′
Florenzi Booked after 37 minutes 37′
Nainggolan Booked after 40 minutes 40′

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August 2, 2015

Local municipalities in Italy ask taxes from religious schools

Local municipalities in Italy ask taxes from religious schools

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Sunday, August 2, 2015

In the past few days in Italy, several municipalities have started asking religious schools to pay taxes for property and local services, despite the resistance of the Catholic Church.

Istituto Gonzaga, a catholic school in Milan.
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The request of the municipalities results from the sentence of the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation on July 8, recognising as legitimate the request of the Municipality of Livorno asking religious schools to pay property taxes.

Requests have come from the Municipality of Bogliasco, next to Genova, and from the deputies of Movimento 5 Stelle (M5S) of the regional counsel of Lombardy. The first case is of the mayor Luca Pastorino that in last years received several refusals of his requests for payment because of the religious nursery school and retirement home. In the second case, the M5S party asks to the regional government to assure the local administrations of the region regularly apply the sentence of the Supreme Court.

The case on which the Court has ruled was of the religious schools Santo Spirito and Immacolata in Livorno, Tuscany, to pay over 422,000 euros in arrears for the period from 2004 to 2009. The request was advanced by the Municipality of Livorno in 2010.

The city reasoned, “because the users of the private schools pay a frequency fee, this kind of activity is considered as a commercial one”((it)).

In 2014 the Italian municipal tax discipline has changed from the ICI system to the IMU system by the Monti government. A mean cost per student criterion is used to tax only the schools that receive a fee higher than the mean cost per student fixed by the State. The new law is not retroactive, so the taxes requested in arrears from 2006 to 2009 are under the ICI system.

Minister of Education Stefania Giannini said a “more general reflection”((it)) is needed. Claudio De Vincenti, undersecretary to the prime minister, said “a discussion table will be opened with the non-profit associations, religious association included”((it)).

Undersecretary for Education Mr. Toccafondi says “many schools will increase their fees or they will quit. Then the State will have to find new resources to build new structures and manage them”((it)).

Also the president of the Lombardy region, Roberto Maroni, has reacted by proposing some regional counter-measures to finance private schools.

The secretary general of CEI (Italian Episcopal Conference), Nunzio Galantino, has called the sentence “dangerous”((it)) and “ideological”((it)): “We face a dangerous sentence. Who takes the decisions, do it with less ideology. Because I have the clear sensation that with this way of thinking, they wait the praise of some ideologized supporters. Indeed, they don’t understand what kind of good service private schools held”((it)).

Italian secularist associations are concerned the Government will modify the law in order to maintain an exception for religious schools. The secularist magazine MicroMega describe the court’s judgement as historic.

The Union of Rationalist Atheists and Agnostics (UAAR) has launched a petition which now has more than 11,000 signatures, asking the government to respect and execute the sentence of the Supreme Court. It is also encouraging citizens to ask for application of the law in their local municipalities.



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July 31, 2015

The Italian Supreme Court states that the religious schools must pay taxes

The Italian Supreme Court states that the religious schools must pay taxes

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Istituto Gonzaga, a catholic school in Milan

On the 8th of July the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation has recognized as legitime the request of the Municipality of Livorno that also religious schools pay the taxes related to the ownership of the property and the services of the local municipality.

The case on which the Court has ruled was that of the religious schools Santo Spirito and Immacolata, that will have to pay 422.000 Euros for the arrears of the period from 2004 to 2009. The request was advanced by the Municipality of Livorno (Tuscany) in 2010.

The reason of the judge are based on the fact that “seen that the users of the private schools pay a frequency fee, this kind of activity is considered as a commercial one”.

Nevertheless in 2014 the Italian tax discipline over municipality service and private property has changed from the ICI system to IMU system, by the Monti government, under request of the European Union. A mean cost per student was introduced in order to tax only the schools that receive a fee higher than a the mean cost per student fixed by the State.

Anyway, the new tax discipline is not retroactive, so the municipality may ask the arrears for each of the ten years before the new law of 2014.

The reactions of the politicians and of the government[]

After the first reaction of the Minister of Education Stefania Giannini who said that a “more general reflection” is needed, the government has announced by undersecretary of the Prime minister Claudio De Vincenti that “a discussion table will be opened with the non-profit associations, religious association included”.

The undersecretary for the Education Mr. Toccafondi expects that “many schools will increase their fees or they will quit. Then the State will have to find new resources to build new structures and manage them”.

Also the President of Region Lombardy, Roberto Maroni, has reacted proposing some regional counter-measures to finance private schools.

The reactions of Catholic Church and secularist associations[]

The Secretary of CEI (Italian Episcopal Conference), Nunzio Galatino, has defined the sentence as dangerous and ideological: “We are in front of a dangerous sentence. Who takes the decisions, do it with less ideology. Because I have the clear sensation that with this way of thinking, they wait the praise of some ideologized supporters. Indeed, they don’t understand what kind of good service private schools held”.

At the same time, the Italian secularist associations fear that the Government will modify the law in order to persist with the exception for the religious schools. The secularist magazine MicroMega define the sentence as historic. It points out on the fact that the service offered by private confessional schools are religiously characterized, subjected to high fees and authorized to select their future students.

The association UAAR (Union of Rationalist Atheists and Agnostics) has launched a petition that has already got 7.000 signatures, asking the government to respect and execute the sentence of the Supreme Court. It is also encouraging the citizens to ask to their mayors to apply the law on their territory.



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Italian Supreme Court states religious schools must pay taxes

Italian Supreme Court states religious schools must pay taxes

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Istituto Gonzaga, a catholic school in Milan

In Italy several municipalities start to ask religious schools for paying taxes for property and local services.

The request of the municipalities arrives as a result of the sencence of the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation dating back to the 8th of July, that recognized as legitime the request of the Municipality of Livorno that was asking also to religious schools for paying the taxes related to the ownership of the property and the services of the local municipality.

The first requests arrive from the Municipality of Bogliasco, next to Genova, and from the deputies of Movimento 5 Stelle of the regional counseil of Lombardy. The first case is that of the mayor Luca Pastorino that in last years received several refusal for his requests payment due to the religious nursery school and retirement home. In the second case, the M5S party asks to the regional government to assure that the local administrations of the region regularly apply the sentence of the Supreme Court.

The sentence of the Court and its consequences[]

The case on which the Court has ruled was that of the religious schools Santo Spirito and Immacolata in Livorno (Tuscany), that will have to pay 422.000 Euros for the arrears of the period from 2004 to 2009. The request was advanced by the Municipality of Livorno in 2010.

The reason of the judge are based on the fact that “seen that the users of the private schools pay a frequency fee, this kind of activity is considered as a commercial one”.

Nevertheless in 2014 the Italian tax discipline over municipality service and private property has changed from the ICI system to IMU system, by the Monti government, under request of the European Union. A mean cost per student was introduced in order to tax only the schools that receive a fee higher than a the mean cost per student fixed by the State.

Anyway, the new tax discipline is not retroactive, so the municipality may ask the arrears for each of the ten years before the new law of 2014.

The reactions of the politicians and of the government[]

After the first reaction of the Minister of Education Stefania Giannini who said that a “more general reflection” is needed, the government has announced by undersecretary of the Prime minister Claudio De Vincenti that “a discussion table will be opened with the non-profit associations, religious association included”.

The undersecretary for the Education Mr. Toccafondi expects that “many schools will increase their fees or they will quit. Then the State will have to find new resources to build new structures and manage them”.

Also the President of Region Lombardy, Roberto Maroni, has reacted proposing some regional counter-measures to finance private schools.

The reactions of Catholic Church and secularist associations[]

The Secretary of CEI (Italian Episcopal Conference), Nunzio Galatino, has defined the sentence as dangerous and ideological: “We are in front of a dangerous sentence. Who takes the decisions, do it with less ideology. Because I have the clear sensation that with this way of thinking, they wait the praise of some ideologized supporters. Indeed, they don’t understand what kind of good service private schools held”.

At the same time, the Italian secularist associations fear that the Government will modify the law in order to persist with the exception for the religious schools. The secularist magazine MicroMega define the sentence as historic. It points out on the fact that the service offered by private confessional schools are religiously characterized, subjected to high fees and authorized to select their future students.

The association UAAR (Union of Rationalist Atheists and Agnostics) has launched a petition that has already got 7.000 signatures, asking the government to respect and execute the sentence of the Supreme Court. It is also encouraging the citizens to ask to their mayors to apply the law on their territory.



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