Phil Stewart

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Correspondent for Reuters in Rome

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The tolls of deaths, injuries and homeless are rising in central Italy where a  6.3 magnitude earthquake  has destroyed villages and seriously damaged the 13th Century city of…

Hunt for Survivors of Italian Earthquake

The tolls of deaths, injuries and homeless are rising in central Italy where a 6.3 magnitude earthquake has destroyed villages and seriously damaged the 13th Century city of…

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