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New Italian law mandating child seat alarms exempts most US troops but applies to others on bases

Service members, family members and civilians who work for the U.S. military whose vehicles are registered “through their installation with Armed Forces in Italy plates” are exempt from the law, officials said.

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Aviano edges Rota to claim D-II's top seed

Saints go ahead with less than 3 minutes to play to hand Admirals first defeat of the season.


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.


Demolition crew caused power outage at Aviano, officials say

A demolition crew working on Aviano Air Base caused last week’s 15-hour power outage when they accidentally cut through a powerline, officials said Tuesday.


SHAPE's season off to rough start, thanks to Aviano

The Saints took advantage of two early SHAPE turnovers to score touchdowns and never looked back in a 52-16 victory.


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Everyone wins, no one sinks in Aviano’s first cardboard boat race

The red-white-and-blue couldn’t defeat the olive-drab-and-silver at Aviano Air Base’s inaugural cardboard boat race in Italy this week.


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.