New Italian coalition government to be sworn in

However, a small center-right party that had supported the previous premier, Matteo Renzi, said it might not back the new government, raising doubts over whether Gentiloni will have the numbers in parliament to form a majority. "I think the government has a limited assignment", D'Alema said. But many, starting with President Mattarella, agree Italy must first urgently overhaul its election law to make the country more governable.

Southern strikes confirmed as Court of Appeal refuses to prevent walkout

However, this is the first time Southern drivers have walked out. Thameslink, Southern and Gatwick Express will be accepting each other's tickets during the strike. In addition, the RMT has today urged the ORR to investigate claims that Southern deliberately sabotaged services and falsely blamed the disruption on striking workers.

Biggest seizure of Rs 142 cr in Chennai

The raid was the result of a tip-off on unaccounted cash and wealth of Shekar Reddy, who is involved in sand quarry business, received by the income tax sleuths. At present, the officials have started to check up those accounts that have suspicious transaction post demonetisation and shining bright on their radar are those banks and branches where maximum amount of cash in old currency has been deposited.

Miss Universe organisers eyeing Filipina co-host

There are only 200 VIP tickets left! Teo also mentioned that some VIP and lower box tickets are actually reserved. Interviewed at the end of the news segment, the girls shared their views and feelings since arriving in Manila Friday (Dec.

Teen and suspect at center of Ga. Amber Alert found in Tenn

He may have a shaved head. "[The man] said that he had my daughter standing right in front of him". Johnson is accused of abducting the teen on December 4 in Evans, Georgia. The vehicle they are in is described as a Tan 1998 Ford Crown Victoria with South Carolina Tag. On Wednesday afternoon, an emergency missing child alert was issued for Calah Noel Waskow.

Michigan lets autonomous cars on roads without human driver

Mike Kowall and mobility leaders from Ford and GM - signed the bill, which he said he believes will position the state as an epicenter for automotive innovation and autonomous vehicles. Steudle says yes because the laws specifically authorize use without human drivers. According to Engadget, for accident responsibility, the Wolverine state recognizes that the automation system is responsible (not the driver).