The final three innings of the 4-hour-44-minute game produced two lead changes and two ties. Martin Prado smacked a go-ahead double in the top of the 10th. Jose Castillo, Venezuela’s ninth pitcher, closed out the win, which saved his team from first-round elimination.
Francisco Cervelli sparked Italy’s big inning with a leadoff double against Roberto Osuna. Chris Colabello followed with a double, advancing pinch-runner Sebastian Poma to third. Alex Liddi then hit a two-run double to make it 9-7. Drew Butera reached on an error, and Drew Maggi walked to load the bases.
The novels, published between 2012 and 2014, have developed a cult international following. They are “My Brilliant Friend,” “The Story of a New Name,” “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay” and “The Story of the Lost Child,” and trace the lives of two friends, Elena and Lila, from their childhoods in postwar Naples to the present.
The president’s decree opens the way for the former officer, Sabrina de Sousa, 61, to avoid imprisonment, by serving her remaining sentence some other way, such as through monitored release or community service.
The secret to making magnificent tender gnocchi at home is the same as the old joke about how to get to Carnegie Hall: practice, practice, practice.
Aperitivo time is the perfect antidote to all that. During that blessed and blissful hour (or two, or three) of easygoing snacking and drinking and talking, time slows, and stress slips away. In Rome, I met the local author — and aperitivo enthusiast — Elizabeth Minchilli, whose most recent book is “Eating Rome.” “I love aperitivo time in Rome because it can be anything you want,” she told me. “It’s that in-between time of day — not work, not dinner — when you can meet as few or as many friends for as long or as short as you like and drink as much or as little as you like. Many other ‘meals’ in Italy have so many rules. But with aperitivo, it’s a social opportunity that you can put your own spin on.”
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The former officer, Sabrina De Sousa, 60, was detained Monday evening and is awaiting imminent extradition to Italy, according to one of her lawyers, Dario Bolognesi.
Officers in the Libyan Coast Guard, they were trained by the Italians to intercept and rescue migrant boats near the Libyan coast before they reach international waters. Normally, European forces intercept migrant boats and must take them to Italy.
Over the past year, aggressive bond buying by the European Central Bank and encouraging signs of economic growth across Europe have helped the eurozone overcome a series of political jolts, including Britain electing to quit the European Union and Italian voters rejecting the proposals of a reform-minded government.