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Africans in Italy

Abigail Barwvuah: Balotelli very important for Italy

Italy can’t give up on a player like Mario Balotelli, says Abigail Barwvuah, the sister of Italy and Manchester City striker.

Abigail is looking forward to the Sunday match between Italy and England, when her brother is expected to score the decisive goal.

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Afro-Italians organising big party in Rome

Afro-Italians in Rome will hold a big party on 24th June 2012, at Via Matteo Tondi 80/81 (Subway line B, PIETRALATA Station), from 11:00 to 21:00.

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Mass in Rome to remember Don Remigio Musaragno

A Mass commemorating 3rd anniversary of Don Remigio Musaragno’s death will take place on 20th June 2012 in Rome.

It will be celebrated by Mons. Oscar Rizzato at S. Salvatore in Onda Church, Via dei Pettinari 51, 00186 Rome, from 16:00.

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Scholarships for African students to study in Italy

Ten scholarships are available for African students interested in coming to Italy for studies.

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Boko Haram can be contained, says Liz Benson

There was a mammoth crowd of Nigerians and other African lovers of Nollywood movies in Parma when the screen diva Liz Benson recently visited the city.

The actress who has now turned into an evangelist and married Bishop Great Ameye, was in the city to participate at this year’s women convention of the Trinity International Christian Center (TICC) Parma.

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