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Siria, allerta sulle rotte aeree nel Mediterraneo orientale

Siria, allerta sulle rotte aeree nel Mediterraneo orientale

La giornalista Marie Colvin, morta a febbraio 2012 in un bombardamento a Homs, in Siria, insieme al fotografo francese Remi Ochlik, sarebbe stata "assassinata" dal governo di Assad: è quanto denuncia la famiglia della reporter con una serie di documenti, memo militari e testimonianze di disertori siriani, presentati a un tribunale distrettuale federale negli Stati Uniti per chiedere un risarcimento al governo siriano. Preparati Russia perchè arriveranno belli, nuovi e intelligenti. Così il presidente degli Stati Uniti, Donald Trump, su Twitter, a proposito della situazione in Siria. Da parte sua, Mosca ha posto il veto alla bozza Usa per istituire un nuovo meccanismo d'inchiesta indipendente.

Buona la Prima approfondisce le notizie del giorno e apre con collegamenti con i desk dei principali quotidiani nazionali e locali: oggi per il Sole 24 Ore c'è Giuseppe Chiellino, dell'Ufficio centrale, e, per Il Mattino di Napoli, il caporedattore centrale, Francesco De Core. A scortarlo un convoglio militare di Vladimir Putin.

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Michigan State student sues school, claiming counselors discouraged her from reporting rape
She said she would see her attackers at the Brody Dining Hall, causing panic and flashbacks, according to the lawsuit. She later withdrew from the university for the fall 2015 semester and resumed classes in 2016 with a different major.

Floyd Mayweather makes huge claim over potential fight with Conor McGregor
Mayweather would finish 50-0 as a professional boxer, his last victory coming against McGregor on August 26, 2017. When Floyd Mayweather tries to take the moral high ground, you know you've made a serious mistake.

Per ben quattro volte i jet russi lo hanno sorvolato a bassa quota, compiendo azioni di disturbo. E va tenuta anche presente "la possibilità di un'interruzione intermittente delle apparecchiature di radionavigazione", ha spiegato l'Easa.

E' arrivato da poco un allarme che fa davvero venire i brividi diramato dall'Agenzia europea per la sicurezza aerea (Easa) che riguarda tutti i voli e le rotte sul Mediterraneo orientale che sarebbero a rischio per un possibile lancio di missili in Siria.

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