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Pulizer for the journalists from L’Aquila, Italy

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The journalists of Il Centro, the newspaper of L’Aquila, Italy, never sopped telling us about the earthquake that moved the world, even thought the distruction of their families, home and newsroom. That’s why they deserve the 2010 Pulizer Prize for their professionality.
Their job shown the world the importance of a free press in emergency situations and the love they demonstrated for the profession is a model for every journalist all around the world.

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Written by Francesco Piccinelli Casagrande

04/14/2009 at 11:58 am

Tragic earthquake in Italy

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Dozens of corpses are being recovered in L’Aquila, Italy, after the tremendous quake of  the last night. The prime minister Silvio Berlusconideclared the State of National Emergency and decide the intervention of the Army and of the Italian Emergency Management Agency.

The Interior Minister, Roberto Maroni, stated that this is “the worst tragedy in thi beginning of 21st century” even if he quake of L’Aquila had been weaker than the Irpinia’s one in 1980. But it was as well devastating: it’s very hard, i Italy, to find buildings made with to survive geological events.

Anyway, what is most tragic is that tha quake had been forseen by Giampaolo Giuliani,  last Tuesday: Abruzzo had been crossed by a lot of micrequakes for a month.  The scholar reported to Mr. Bertolaso that a devastatig quake could happend but his appeal was considered less than a joke.

 Of course, he did non forsee the exact date of the event (his predictions told about one week ago, for the big one) but if a scientist tell me that something is going wrong I’m not sure I will not consider his worries. Mr. Giuliani, now, has to face a trial for false allarm because nobody in Italy gave him 20 seconds of genuine attention. Now, one week later, Italy is mourning his deads.

Written by Francesco Piccinelli Casagrande

04/06/2009 at 8:27 am

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