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31 Jan 2018
A world-famous Italian cellist mesmerized an audience in the northern Italian city of Trento. He performed a concert with a cello crafted from ice by an American sculptor. Take a look - and a listen:
14 Sep 2017
YuMi the humanoid robot showed no signs of nerves on Tuesday night as it raised its baton to conduct the Lucca Philharmonic orchestra alongside Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.
13 May 2017
Massimiliano Allegri hails the achievement of his Italian compatriot, Antonio Conte, at Chelsea, and describes Bayern Munich's Carlo Ancelotti as a 'king'.

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