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Power cut at Aviano closes schools, impacts medical services – again

A second power outage in just over two weeks forced schools on Aviano Air Base to close and caused some medical services to be canceled for part of Wednesday.

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Cellini, an inconspicuous restaurant in the heart of Sacile, offers surprisingly great dishes

It is no mystery that pasta and pizza are the staple foods of all great Italian restaurants. That’s certainly the case around the Friuli-Venezia Giulia area, where the challenge is in finding the one restaurant that does it best.


Girls course record falls while Sigonella boys triumph

Ariana Coats of Naples ran the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes and 38 seconds, shattering the former record of 21:50.


Smaller Saints still have big dreams of repeating

For the first time in more than two decades, the Aviano Saints are looking to defend a title in football.


New Army headquarters building signals US return of Camp Darby land to Italy

The Army took a step Wednesday toward returning a portion of Camp Darby to Italy as part of a Defense Department consolidation project expected to save the U.S. around $500 million annually.


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Nature lovers will enjoy stunning lakes, waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Croatia. The park offers lake tour programs, mountain climbing, skiing, sledding and biking, but the majority of visitors go to Plitvice to tour the lakes and waterfalls.


US, allies test air and missile defense in Southern Europe

Dubbed Astral Knight 2019 and led by the U.S. Air Force, the drills involved airmen, soldiers and sailors from the United States and Croatia, Italy and Slovenia, both at Aviano Air Base and other locations.