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  1. Fredonia inks student/faculty exchange with Italian conservatoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Observer

    Students in the Fredonia School of Music will have the opportunity to learn at the world renowned Pescara Conservatory in Italy, thanks to a pioneering agreement that establishes educational exchanges between the two institutions. Beginning in 2016, up to three students from each institution will be able to spend one semester studying abroad on an alternating basis.

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  2. Damage to Brain Networks Affects Stroke RecoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Bioscience Technology

    Initial results of an innovative study may significantly change how some patients are evaluated after a stroke, according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. For more than a century, physicians have made it a priority to learn where stroke has injured the brain and the extent of the damage.

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  3. Large-scale changes in network interactions as a physiological signature of spatial neglectRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Brain.oxfordjournals.org

    Here, we report a large-scale study of resting state functional connectivity MRI and spatial neglect following stroke in a large heterogeneous sample of first-ever stroke patients . Spatial neglect, which is typically more severe after right than left hemisphere injury, includes deficits of spatial attention and motor actions contralateral to the lesion, and low general attention due to impaired vigilance/arousal.

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  4. IRB want no repeat of Samoa boycott...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Bangkok Post

    The International Rugby Board said Monday it wanted no repeat of Samoa's threatened boycott of this weekend's match against England ahead of next year's World Cup. Samoan players perform the Siva Tau, their traditional war dance, prior the rugby union test match Italy vs Samoa in Ascoli Piceno on November 8, 2014 Samoa's players had warned they were contemplating pulling out of Saturday's clash at Twickenham as a protest against their treatment by the Samoa Rugby Union .

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  5. Verratti forced to leave Italy squad due to injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Goal.com

    The former Pescara star will miss the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier versus Croatia and the friendly against Albania while he receives treatment in France Italy coach Antonio Conte has received some disappointing news as Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has been forced to withdraw from the national team due to an adductor injury. The 22-year-old - who has been capped 10 times - had been unable to train with Italy after being called up last week and the Italian Football Federation confirmed on Tuesday that the midfielder has been sent home for treatment.

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  6. Italy's Oldest and Longest Performing Folkloric Group, "La Figlia ...Read the original story

    Sunday Nov 9 | PRWeb

    The Italian folkloric group "La Figlia di Jorio", originating from Orsogna, Chieti in the region of Abruzzo will arrive in the United States for a two-week tour starting on November 19th in Everett, Massachusetts. The group will first perform for the Orsognese community, "Sons of Orsogna" and then continue on to perform for the Orsognese community in the New York City metropolitan area.

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  7. Digital Advertising Agency mainADV Joins IAB ItaliaRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 9 | PR.com

    "We highly regard our IAB membership as it is important in our operations in the Digital Industry as a company. We are excited to become an active part of this professional ecosystem," said Marino Gualano, mainADV's General Manager.

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  8. Ireland stands tall to ease past South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | ABC News

    Depleted Ireland surged to a 29-15 victory over South Africa in Dublin to pick up where it left off in this year's Six Nations championship. Ireland, without seven of the team that clinched European rugby's premier competition in France last March, weathered constant but ineffective Springboks pressure for a 6-3 half-time lead thanks to the clinical boot of fly half Jonathan Sexton.

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  9. Kiwi first-five helps Italy overcome SamoaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | Stuff.co.nz

    GETTING THE JOB DONE: NZ-born No 10 Kelly Haimona booted 14 points to guide Italy to a 24-13 victory over Samoa in Ascoli Piceno. New Zealand-born fly-half Kelly Haimona kicked 14 points to inspire Italy to a hard-fought 24-13 rugby victory over Samoa as the Azzurri ended a nine-match string of defeats in Ascoli on Saturday .

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  10. Rugby: Italy bid to bury troubles in November testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | ANSA.it

    Rome, November 6 - Italy are bidding to end a long run of dire form in the upcoming November tests and give themselves a much-needed shot in the arm ahead of the 2015 Six Nations and next year's World Cup. Jacques Brunel's men have lost 13 of their last 14 games.

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  11. Zdenek Zeman turns miracle worker for modest Serie A side CagliariRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | DNA India

    He smokes incessantly, loathes tiki-taka and has openly criticised AS Roma as 'boring', while his own teams have been described as 'a symphony of harmony and beauty', by former AC Milan and Italy manager Arrigo Sacchi. At 67, veteran coach Zdenek Zeman remains wedded to his attacking convictions and has quickly turned modest Cagliari into one of the most entertaining, if unpredictable, teams in Serie A. The Sardinians, who host Genoa on Sunday, have only won two matches this season, although on both occasions they scored four goals, thrashing Inter Milan 4-1 at the San Siro and Empoli 4-0.

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  12. Whole G Bakery Opens Downtown CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | New Haven Independent

    ... The G in the business's name "stands for German and for grain-and for good," remarked Corazzini, a native of Abruzzi, Italy. He said his breads have more seeds and whole grains than traditional breads. German breads often take longer to make as ...

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  13. First snowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 1 | TrekEarth

    Monte Vettore The name Vettore probably derives from Victor, winner in height on the other near tops, seen from the high mount Vettore has the shape of a horse iron, that it begins in the western part from Pass Viola continues for top of the Redentore , the higher point of the western depositor, go of continuation towards east and towards north, then forming a semicircle of 1,6 km of diameter, until its maximum summit Carrier , in the province of Ascoli Piceno, from the crest in direction north arrives here until Torrone Mount . The horse iron sinks to its inside until to quota 1940 m.

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  14. UFO cluster hovers over Abruzzo, Italy; 7 shifting lights in the sky [Video]Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2014 | Examiner.com

    A UFO cluster was seen hovering in the dark night sky over Pescara, a province in the Abruzzo region of Southern Italy. The unidentified flying objects appeared as multiple bright lights in the sky that flickered as they floated lazily high above the ground.

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  15. Rugby: Parisse calls for end to Italy winless streakRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Fiji Times

    Update: 1:01PM Italy captain Sergio Parisse believes winning the first of a three-match Test series, against Samoa next month, is "crucial" if the Azzurri are to build confidence ahead of the tougher challenge of Argentina and South Africa. "It's crucial for us to start this Test series off on a positive note with a win," Parisse told reporters in Rome on Tuesday.

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  16. Poet Ko Un wins Italy's NordSud awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Korea Herald

    Renowned South Korean poet Ko Un has been chosen to receive an Italian award for literature, a local publisher affiliated with the poet said Wednesday. Ko will receive the literature award from the 2014 NordSud International Prize for Literature and Science at an Italian university Friday, according to Changbi Publishers that printed many of his poems.

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  17. Deaths on the football pitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Rediff.com

    Peter Biaksangzuala died from injuries suffered in his goal celebrations for Bethlehem Vengthlang FC during Mizoram Premier League match on Tuesday. Photograph: Courtesy: Mizoram Premier League 23-year-old Indian footballer died from severe spinal cord damage after a celebration went tragically wrong during Mizoram Premier League .

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  18. Cosmi odds on favourite for Leyton Orient jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    Italian Serse Cosmi is the odds on favourite to become the next Leyton Orient manager although it is understood the club have no plans to bring him in as head coach. The 56-year-old is 1/4 with Sky Bet and 1/3 with Bet Victor although a source at the club insists there is no suggestion of a change in coach with Kevin Nugent still in charge despite not signing a contract.

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  19. Serse Cosmi is favourite for the Leyton Orient job: Action ImagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | This is Local London

    Italian Serse Cosmi is the odds on favourite to become the next Leyton Orient manager although it is understood the club have no plans to bring him in as head coach. The 56-year-old is 1/4 with Sky Bet and 1/3 with Bet Victor although a source at the club insists there is no suggestion of a change in coach with Kevin Nugent still in charge despite not signing a contract.

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  20. Pine bark extract may support venous health post-pregnancyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2014 | NutraIngredients

    Daily supplements of Pycnogenol, an extract from French maritime pine bark, may improve blood flow and reduce swelling, pain and the number of faulty veins post-pregnancy, says a new study from Italy. Data published in the International Journal of Angiology indicated that the pine bark extract may significantly improve the appearance, swelling and discomfort of pregnancy-induced varicose veins and spider vein clusters.

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