On Monday evening, a huge bombshell dropped from Turin. Juventus announced that club President Andrea Agnelli, Vice President Pavel Nedved and the entire board of directors were stepping down.

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Juventus in Trouble

With 2022 coming to a close, the Christmas season is quickly approaching and with it the often hectic shopping sprees. If you’re struggling to find a gift for your loved one and want to purchase something reminiscent of la dolce vita, we’ve got you covered.

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America Domani’s 2022 Holiday Gift Guide

As the World Cup begins in Qatar, one major nation is conspicuous by its absence.

Since winning the tournament in 2006, Italy has failed to qualify for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, and failed to get out of the Group Stage of the competition in 2010 and 2014.

That’s all while winning Euro 2020 under boss Roberto Mancini last summer too.

Yet while the Azzurri will undoubtedly be missed, there are plenty of links to the Bel Paese to look out for this winter.

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A World Cup without Italy

Born on August 26, 1936, to first-generation Italian seamstress, Antonetta L. Ferraro and an Italian immigrant from Marcianse, Campania, Dominick Ferraro, Geraldine Ferraro became an American Politician, diplomat, and attorney. Ferraro grew up in New York City, working as a public school teacher while training to become a lawyer. She joined the Queens County District Attorney’s Office in 1974 as the head of the new special victim’s bureau. As the head of this new department, she handled cases dealing with sex crimes, child abuse, and domestic violence.

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Geraldine Ferraro, America’s Italian Politician

Rome is set to establish its first public veterinary hospital that is slated to open to the public in 2024. The project, which will be the first in Italy, is part of a €6 million expansion and redevelopment of the municipal Muratella kennels in the Magliana neighborhood of Rome. Last week, the city announced that the hospital will offer free medical treatment to pets and will feature a 24-hour emergency room complete with an infirmary and washing room.

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Rome to Open First Public Hospital for Pets

On Monday, Italy banned the use of facial recognition tech and “smart glasses” until a specific law is adopted or at least until the end of the next year. The exception to this ban is when these technologies play a role in judicial processes or help fight crime, according to Reuters.

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Italy bans use of Facial Technology

After 15 games, Serie A will now take a break for the World Cup until the beginning of 2023.
But with less than half of the season played, how’s it looking at the top?
Napoli has proven to be unstoppable up until now, their 3-2 win over a Udinese side that has enjoyed some success themselves this season a keen indicator that they were determined to reach the break with a win.

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Serie A Update: the State of play, Belotti’s embarrassing run, and Drągowski’s heartbreak

Art restorers in Florence have embarked on a six-month project to digitally unveil what was once a 17th century nude painting by Artemisia Gentileschi, an Italian Baroque artist and one of the most prominent female artists in the history of Italian art. The Allegory of Inclination, painted in 1616, originally portrayed a life-sized nude female figure before the nudity was painted over with veils and drapery some 70 years later by a male painter striving to uphold the rigid moral sensibilities of the male-dominated art world, according to NPR.

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Artemisia Gentileschi’s censored 1616 nude painting to be virtually unveiled

On Wednesday morning, an earthquake of magnitude 5.7 struck off Rimini, an Italian resort town on the Adriatic Coast. No serious damages or injuries were reported. The earthquake was felt as far as Rome in the west and Bologna in the northeast, as well as across the Adriatic Sea in parts of the Balkans, including Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the BBC.

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Strong Offshore Earthquake in Italy is Felt in Different  Countries

Italy’s Ministry of Culture on Tuesday announced the discovery of 2,000-year-old bronze statues at an ancient, sacred thermal spring in Tuscany. Archaeologists say the find could rewrite the history of the transition from the Etruscan civilization to the Roman Empire in today’s central Italy.

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Discovery of Bronze Statues in Tuscany Sheds New Light on Pre-Roman Italy