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A university near Torino, Italy, licensed by the state of New Hampshire, had its degree-granting authority extended for another year by the state Higher Education Commission.
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Nice, France: If you want wild flavors, you'll find them at Fenocchio, a family-owned parlor scooping up scrumptiousness since 1966.
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ROME Iginio Straffi , the director, writer, and producer behind Italy's most successful animated films, will be honored as the filmmaker of the year at the Ischia Global Film and Music Festival, organizers said Monday, also naming the first six films that will screen at the summer festival.
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Local authorities said Paul Towning, 51, was with a group of six divers taking part in a week long programme involving several deep water explorations on ships that had been sunk during World War Two.
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Jeb Gast, left, owner of Fido Motors, confers with Ryan Perkins, owner of RPMFG.
The International Museum Day program at the Norton Simon Museum on May 18 was more than a tribute to famous modern artist Dan Flavin.
Love is: Michel Anthony poses with one of his works, Aphrodite, which will appear at the Marseille Consul Art festival in July.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley gestures during a press conference at the North American College in Rome, Italy, on March 14.
Hyped worldwid e: Dan Brown's Inferno was released with all sorts of gimmicks around the world last Tuesday; in Amsterdam, women dressed as 'plague doctors' presented the book at the Amsterdam Central Station.
Wings of Freedom World War II bombers the B17 and B24 and a shiny silver P-51 have arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area and not only open the planes on the tarmac to the public but take visitors into the air.
The internationally known arts festival, founded by the composer Gian Carlo Menotti, will open its 37th season Friday with the traditional speeches, brass fanfare and shower of confetti on the steps of Charleston City Hall.
Young women dressed up as nuns and nurses performed ''sensual'' dances at Silvio Berlusconi's bunga bunga parties, the exotic dancer at the heart of his sex trial said at her first court appearance.
Amid rampant weeds and crumbling stones, Matteo Giunti makes his way to the tomb of Francis Horner MP, a Scottish Whig who co-founded the Edinburgh Review and died, in 1817, in what he would have known as the prosperous Tuscan port of Leghorn.
AMANDA Knox has tapped into the realisation that the media will not leave her in peace.
A British tourist has drowned in front of his wife while swimming in rough seas on a holiday in Italy.
Thousands of protesters, led by trade unionists, have rallied in the Italian capital Rome against the policies of the new coalition government.