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‘Excruciating’ hornet sting leaves Rome dinner party guest on crutches as plague spreads

An increasing hornet infestation in the Italian capital can be blamed on city’s refuse problem and high temperatures.

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Rome climate protesters turn Trevi fountain water black

Seven activists protesting against climate change climbed into the Trevi fountain in Rome and poured diluted charcoal into the water to turn it black.

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The anhinga or ‘devil bird’ lands in New York, with more to come

Anhingas, water birds with snakelike necks, have turned up in Prospect Park in Brooklyn and far upstate, a sign of shifting ranges for birds from the South.
Italy's push to create greener cities led to $5 billion in fraud

Italy's push to create greener cities led to $5 billion in fraud

Generous government incentives were snapped up by scammers and may have created a construction bubble.
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Days of hot weather grip Southern Europe, North Africa

Days of hot weather grip Southern Europe, North Africa

Stifling heat kept its grip on much of Southern Europe on Thursday, driving people indoors, spoiling crops, triggering drinking water restrictions, turning public libraries into cooling “climate shelters" and complicating the challenge firefighters faced battling wildfires .

The Roman Republic was teetering. Then a volcano erupted 6,000 miles away
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The Roman Republic was teetering. Then a volcano erupted 6,000 miles away

Scientists have linked historical political instability to a number of volcanic events, the latest involving an eruption in the Aleutian Islands.
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Vatican: Climate change efforts go forward even without US

The Vatican stressed that the movement to combat climate change is unstoppable and worldwide, although it said it would welcome a U.S. return to the Paris agreement.

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