Amanda Knox should be mandated to serve her sentences, even if extradition is necessary, if convicted in the retrial in the 2007 murder of her college roommate Meredith Kercher, prosecutor Alessandro Crini told an Italian court Monday.
“Usually if someone is convicted of murder, they are already in custody,” Crini told the AP, admitting the “situation is unusual.”
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Knox, 26, has said she… Continue reading Amanda Knox Case: Italian Prosecutor Calls For Extradition If She’s Found Guilty In Murder Retrial
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson have scouted locations on the island of Capri, in Italy, for a possible destination wedding next summer, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned.
The Dukes of Hazzard starlet and former NFL tight end have history on the beautiful patch of land, having vacationed there three years ago during the early days of their relationship, US Weekly reported.
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By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter
The league of Little Monsters was shocked to see a far more curvaceous idol than they are used to when Lady Gaga performed on stage in Amsterdam on Monday.
“I’m dieting right now, because I gained, like, 25 pounds,” 5’1″ Gaga confessed to radio host Elvis Duran when she called into his show just before… Continue reading Italian Food Junkie Lady Gaga Admits She Piled On 25 Pounds Because, 'I Love Eating!'
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Italian soccer star Piermario Morosini collapsed and died in the middle of a match today Saturday in front of a stunned crowd.
The 25-year-old Livorno midfielder had played for just over 30 minutes when he suddenly fell to the ground.
He was playing against rival team Pescara whose general manager Danilo Iannascoli told Sky Italia that the young… Continue reading Italian Soccer Star Piermario Morosini, 25, Dies During Match
BERLIN — Italian documentary “Caesar Must Die,” showing inmates of a high-security prison staging Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” was awarded the Berlin film festival’s top award Saturday.
Directors Paolo Taviani and Vittorio Taviani received the Golden Bear award out of 18 contenders at what is the first of the year’s major European film festivals.
The Taviani brothers, both in their early 80s, thanked the international jury led by British director Mike Leigh and… Continue reading 'Cesar Must Die': Italian Film Wins Berlin Film Festival