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28 September 1999

The summaries in English were extracted from complete articles published on Il Centro - Quotidiano d'Abruzzo and Il Messaggero - Abruzzo edition.

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28 September 1999 - Il Messaggero

No Juliet, Romeo loved Romeo - Two gays the skeletons found at Fossa / Macchè Giulietta - Romeo amava Romeo: gay gli scheletri trovati a Fossa - by Alessandro Orsini
2,600 years ago Romeo loved his Romeo. The two skeletons found hand in hand were males, both about 25 years old. Maybe twins, or brothers who died almost together. DNA exams are being performed. Unfortunately funds in the most promising Abruzzese necropolis are running low, and research will come to a halt at the end of october.

28 September 1999 - Il Messaggero

Two hearts for one park - This Saturday a wedding and wishes for baby bears / DUE CUORI E UN PARCO - Yoga e Sandrino sabato si sposano per mettere al mondo gli orsetti
Also journalist invited to the union of two famous Marsican bears in Villavallelonga. Everybody hopes a spark will lighten and populate the Park. Yoga, the bride, is 11 year old and is famous for stealing snacks from farms. Sandrino, 18, is a survivor, and narrowly escaped death when he was a little cub. Will it be love at first sight?

28 September 1999 - Il Messaggero

Caffè Grand'Italia - management to the historical quarters / La gestione ai quartieri storici - by Nicola Catenaro
Antonietta Adorante, vice president of rione San Leonardo, suggests this solution to save the historical coffee house. Association Teramo Nostra requests historical monument status for the renowned local. Mayor Angelo Sperandio says the main problem is the high rent.

28 September 1999 - Il Centro

Man is the real danger - WWF president Fulco Pratesi says the shark must not be demonized / Il vero pericolo è l'uomo - Per il presidente del Wwf, Pratesi, va evitata la psicosi
The true sea predator is man, not the shark. No hunting therefore for the white shark who took a big tuna from the nets of fishermen the other day. Nowadays sharks, at the top of the food chain, are on the brink of extinction because of man's exploitation of the seas.