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March 29, 2014
Our research has uncovered a real market of horrors which is making money out of one of the most painful scourges of our society.
Roberto Moncalvo • The president of the Italian agricultural group Coldiretti, on the group’s anger over the usage of Mafia-related imagery to sell food products outside of Italy. (Key example: Herman Cain-tied Godfather’s Pizza.) The group wants more sensitivity from the rest of the world about an often-violent issue which is still very real to them, and costs Italian businesses roughly $20 billion per year.
14:11 // 5 months ago
February 11, 2014
20:26 // 6 months ago
January 30, 2014
I am frightened and saddened by this unjust verdict. Having been found innocent before, I expected better from the Italian justice system.
Amanda Knox • Discussing how she, again, has been found guilty of murder by an Italian court—along with her onetime boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito. Knox, who remains in Seattle after being allowed to leave the country following a previous not guilty verdict, plans to appeal to Italy’s highest court.
21:56 // 6 months ago
December 27, 2013
The distributors of “12 Years a Slave” in Italy went out of their way to play up the film’s predominantly black cast, and are now stuck apologizing for it.

The distributors of “12 Years a Slave” in Italy went out of their way to play up the film’s predominantly black cast, and are now stuck apologizing for it.

17:48 // 8 months ago
November 27, 2013
16:46 // 9 months ago
October 16, 2013
15:14 // 10 months ago
September 15, 2013
13:45 // 11 months ago
August 1, 2013
16:23 // 1 year ago
July 8, 2013
We are simply asking the government of Spain and the other governments, of course, to clarify and explain where that version of Mr. Snowden being on the presidential plane came from. Who spread that fallacy, that lie?
Bolivian Communications Minister Amanda Davila • Calling upon the four governments which banned an airplane carrying Bolivian President Evo Morales from entering their respective airspace, allegedly in response to rumors that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was aboard the aircraft, to explain themselves. Some Bolivian officials believe the United States made up the rumor, in an attempt to bully Morales out of considering any potential asylum request; however, the Bolivian president has since joined Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in offering unconditional asylum to Snowden. source
15:20 // 1 year ago
July 3, 2013
1:50 // 1 year ago