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Ylenia Gostoli

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Currently spending my days reading about media and democracy, social movements and globalisation at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Previous incarnations include teacher, backpacker, marketing exec and a brief stint in financial advertising.
I blog at http://sparementalobjects.wordpress.com/

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23 May 2012

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Italy: Army Evicts Art Workers from Occupied Building

The art worker's collective Macao in Milan, Italy were evicted from the second building they occupied in less than a month by army and police. The group aims to free...

7 February 2012

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Italy: More Protests Against Austerity and Information Deficit

The austerity measures being implemented in EU countries are still drawing popular opposition. Especially in a country like Italy, already strained by years of government mismanagement and budget issues --...

15 November 2011

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Italy: End of the Road for Berlusconi

Amidst scandals and controversies, the Italian Prime Minister resigned on Saturday, after losing his parliamentary majority during a crucial budget vote. As the technocrat Mario Monti is appointed as head...

19 October 2011

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Italy: October 15 Protest Turns Violent in Rome

This post is part of our special coverage #Occupy Worldwide. Inspired by the “Occupy Wall Street” movement in New York and by the Spanish “Indignados”, citizens in 951 cities and...

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