Tari e Imu, stop tax waste, but by tomorrow, you will pay tribute on the house

Stop the payment of the Tari to Rome, Milan, Turin, Naples, Palermo and not only that. But the 16 June twenty-five million property owners different from the main house will have to pay a deposit ofImu, which this year includes the Tasithe municipal tax on services indivisible: will spend up to one thousand euro. Coming from fee on the brick 10 billion or more. Are not excluded, however, discounts the last minute, and new exemptions, in addition to that already planned for the tourism sector, although the road at the time appears in the climb. The Tari however it is in the complex around 9 billion euro.

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Because of the Covid-19 the more Common are moved to the top of the calendar 2020 of advances and balances of the the waste tax well in advance, as Milanat the beginning of the lockdown has authorized the payment of the Tari in four installments instead of the usual two instalments, the first expiring on 15 September, in order to lighten the most possible payments.

Well Capitolalways in march, postponed the sending of the bills of Tari: for those relating to the first half of 2020 has been set the deadline of 30 September. The Municipality of Naples she waited 5 June to allow slippage of the expiration dates of the installment unique (from 16 June to 30 October) and the four installments of the Tari of this year. The board bolognese has scheduled reductions to the Tari of 25, 40, or 50 percent for non domestic users suffer from a health emergency.

Turin and Genoa have set up a dual-carriageway of dates, one for households and one for other users. The Municipality of Palermo has established, that in the event of objective difficulties in the economic-financial, as determined by the current health emergency, the deadline for payment of the first instalment of the Tari is deferred until July 15, provided that the taxpayer has submitted the request within the 31st of may. With regards to the Imu, the government, instead, is limited to the release of the first instalment of the hotels, beach resorts, bed & breakfast, and not only to meet the tourism industry.

The Mef he also clarified that there exists the possibility for the Municipalities to defer their own terms of payment of the local taxes of their own competence: the application limit of the extension is that the Municipality can dispose it only as far as the share of the Imu of its own competence. However, they are a handful of cities that have decided to postpone the deposit, including Venicethat has granted to the owners of second homes or luxury homes an extension until July 16. Rome has suspended until 30 September, the sending of the notices of assessment for theImu.

Meanwhile in Parliament, there are those who, like Pd and Iv, pushing to be exempted from the tax on the brick as well as cinemas and theatres. In the pressing as well other product categories. Hardly, however, the first installment of the June tax will be cancelled for all. The centre-right, finally, seeks to reduce the levy in respect of those who rent for commercial activities, and has renegotiated the agreement, reducing the royalty to at least 20 percent.

According to the calculations of the Uil, the owners will pay in the media for the first installment of 535 euros if the property is in a provincial capital, more than 1000 in the larger cities. To Rome records the higher cost for a second home, 2.064 euro in total on average. In the second position Milanwith 2.040 euro average. Then Bologna (2.038 euro), Genoa (1.775 euros), Turin (1.745 euro).

In over 400 Municipalities and 18 provincial capitals, including Rome and Milanbut also Rieti, Matera, Modena and Verona for example, the tax rate is higher than the 10,6 per thousand and it comes to 11.4 per thousand because it was already applied to the additional Phytase up to 0.8 per thousand allowed when the two taxes were separated. According to a study of Demoskopika in march-April of 2020, the coffers of local authorities have suffered a loss of more than 65 percent of the revenue from the main local taxes, raising 1.6 billion less compared to the same months of 2019.

Almost 70 percent of the lower income tax, $ 1.1 billion, are attributable to the non-payment of the single tax municipal. About 680 million of lost revenue, equal to 41.7 percent of the total amount detected, include the Imu, while the waste tax has generated less revenue for the municipal funds of almost 430 million euros.

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mobility from 25 if there will be a low contagion

For scientists, Italy could reopen from May 18, with gradualness and security, making the movement between the regions resume leaving the Italians the possibility of going to the second homes. The government is more cautious, but the line is now drawn: regional mobility is being prepared since May 25, at most from June 1st, and probably, at least in a first phase, only from Tuscany down. The idea is to use extreme caution for areas where the contagion rate is higher, easing the constraints starting from all the others. To restart the business Cafe, restaurants, fashion stores, museums, libraries, sports training. The go-ahead is conditioned primarily by the three key parameters (R0, crowding intensive care, availability of Dpi devices) of the Scientific Technical Committee that yesterday had a river meeting in the presence of the Inail men. The body of experts and scientists belongs to government to which it provides technical support for decisions that are in any case only political: the green disk could privilege some macro geographical areas at the expense of others: «Do not move from Milan to Lampedusa or from turin to Pantelleria», Explains a scientist,« maybe it could be possible from Rome go to Sicily or Calabria».


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Regions in pressing for reopening from 11 May

Lombardy, now yes to outdoor sports: here is the list of activities that resume

Strengthened by the opinion of the CTS, Giuseppe Conte and the most active ministers on phase 2 such as Francesco Boccia and Roberto Speranza, are absolutely in favor of the reopening but with greater graduality. Yesterday during the Conference of the Regions there was a strong pressing of the territorial entities to reopen the retail stores as early as 11 May, and then from the 17th, the deadline of the limits set by the last DCMP, to leave the individual regions what to reopen from 18, including free movement to allow, in view of the summer, the opportunity to attend second homes.

However, the executive wants to move carefully. On the 11th, a first check between the Ministry of Health, CTS and INAIL is planned on the key parameters, starting with the spread of the infections, which is the fundamental index that would trigger the scientists’ alert. And in any case, the forecasts of reopening from 18 for retail stores such as fashion and sport could shift to 25 or even June 1 when bars and restaurants, personal care activities, could restart. But this road map is still flexible and is also based on the analysis of the Inail which has some evaluations underway on the possibility of updating the Ateco tables in force so far.

Yesterday’s discussion between scientists and Inail focused on risk analysis by work categories, in order to draw up new protocols for sectoral areas, therefore cultural activities, museums, bars, restaurants, aggregative events such as summer shows. For INAIL “in the transition phase, the risk of a reactivation of outbreaks in the workplace must be considered, thus implementing a series of measures aimed at combating them. Therefore, all hygiene measures in the company must be strengthened and the body temperature control procedure for workers must also be implemented, before entering the workplace, according to the procedures set out in the Protocol. If this temperature is higher than 37.5 ° C, access to the workplace will not be allowed. ” People with a fever «will be temporarily isolated and provided with masks, they will not have to go to the emergency room and / or to the infirmaries of the location (if any), but they will have to contact their doctor as soon as possible and follow his instructions. Specific organizational aspects remain to be identified in the different working contexts ». The draft protocol “the shared objective of regulation is to provide operational indications aimed at increasing, in non-healthcare workplaces, the effectiveness of the precautionary containment measures adopted to combat the Covid-19 epidemic”.

Therefore, general information is foreseen, entry procedures, access procedures for customers, suppliers, exteriors, cleaning and sanitization in the company, personal hygiene precautions, personal protection devices, management of common spaces (canteen, changing rooms, smoking areas, drink dispensers and / or snacks …, business organization (shift, business trips and smart work, reorganization of production levels), employee entry and exit management, internal travel, meetings, internal events and training, management of a symptomatic person in the company, health surveillance / competent doctor / rls.

As for the reopening of the services still suspended (shops, shopping centers, bars, restaurants, tourist services, barbers etc.) which employ 2.3 million workers overall, the grid of indications that will be formulated by the Inail staff led by the director of the epidemiology service Sergio Iavicoli will follow the indications already provided for the sectors that have reopened. In all likelihood, as already happens now for food, hairdressers will have limited customer entry numbers. The restaurants will mainly work on tables distributed on public land (free). Menus and salts, which are normally touched by many customers, are likely to be replaced by disposable tools.

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European Football: La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 – Preview

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Lyon are hoping to take advantage of their exciting Champions League victory over Juventus this weekend as they face the bitter rival Saint-Etienne, whose manager Claude Puel heads into hostile territory under heavy pressure. Off the pitch, Lyon have established themselves as the second force in the French game behind Paris Saint-Germain, but are struggling to translate it into a success on the pitch.

Wednesday’s 1-0 victory over Juventus in his Champions League in the past 16 years, the first leg gave hope that Lyon could win a knockout tie in the competition for the first time in a decade. However, the result came with Rudi Garcia’s team in seventh place in Ligue 1 and in grave danger of losing the Champions League next season.

With Neymar suspended, will Cavani retain his place in the Parisian team of Saint-Germain for his home game against Dijon? The Uruguayan scored his 200th goal for the club in last week’s 4-3 victory over Bordeaux after being selected ahead of Mauro Icardi.

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It was a rare start this season for the 33-year-old, who is PSG’s record shooter, but will be confident that he will make his way into Thomas Tuchel’s thinking for a place in the next Champions League match, last 16, against Borussia Dortmund.

Sitting 13 points from the top of Ligue 1, PSG should have little trouble at home against a team from Dijon just above the relegation zone.


Bayern Munich set off at the start of a crucial series of games this weekend without key striker Robert Lewandowski, who has contributed 25 league goals this season. The 31-year-old Pole suffered a knee injury during Bayern’s 3-0 demolition against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday, when he looked almost like a club with five Champions League pedigree.

Bayern have one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals, but Lewandowski will miss the first leg at the Allianz Arena on March 18 and at least three Bundesliga games, starting on Saturday’s trip to Hoffenheim. With a simple one point lead in Leipzig in an exciting Bundesliga title race, the reigning Bayern champion cannot afford to slip to Hoffenheim in eighth place.


Robert Lewandowski injured his knee in Stamford Bridge. – Clive Mason / Getty Images

“Lewandowski is in the shape of his life,” said Flick. “It cannot be replaced. It is very, very important to us.” “We did not even have a replacement for Gerd Mueller,” was the typically frank answer of Bayern boss Uli Hoeness when asked how he would deal with the club without Lewandowski referring to the legendary Bayern striker.

Leipzig were out during the week after taking advantage of the 1-0 win against last season’s finalist Tottenham in London in the Champions League last week. His opponent Bayer Leverkusen won nine of his last ten in all competitions, but the last of them was away to Porto in the Europa League on Thursday evening.


Lazio are ready to rebound to take home their Serie A ambitions when they host Bologna on Saturday before their rival Juventus and Inter clash behind closed doors in Turin due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. The Romans are one point behind the Juventus leader with Inter six points adrift with a game in hand, after last weekend’s game against Sampdoria was postponed due to the virus outbreak in Italy.

Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio are in an unbeaten game in 20 league games while aiming for their first Scudetto in two decades. The Serie A calendar was thrown into turmoil by the spread of the coronavirus that infected 650 people and killed 17 in Italy. Four games last weekend have been postponed and five will be played behind closed doors this weekend.

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Juventus are recovering after their Champions League final 16, defeated in the first leg in Lyon, and need a result against Inter to firmly maintain their offer for a ninth Serie A title on the track.

“I am confident because we are a united group,” said Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey. “Let’s focus on ourselves and do better to start Sunday with Inter. For the return leg we want to guarantee a result in front of the fans”.

It will also mark the return of Inter coach Antonio Conte to Turin, where he played for 13 years and coached Juventus in three Serie A titles in his current series of eight.


The most important Clasico of La Liga for years could also be the most mediocre on Sunday, given that Barcelona and Real Madrid struggle to raise the darkness by deepening the other’s sense of crisis.

Two points separate the championship leading couple, making this weekend’s meeting at the Santiago Bernabeu a potentially significant checkpoint in a back and forth contest, particularly if Barcelona wins and extends its lead to five.

It will be more significant than last season, when Barca kicked off the second Clasico on the calendar with nine points ahead of Madrid, or the previous season, when they were already 15 ahead.


Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos with match officials before the December Clasico. – Getty Images

But while a fight at the top of the table is welcome in terms of intrigue, there is an unmistakable sense of decline looming over what has become the most popular club device in the world.

“It’s a game of two limping ducks, both bad at the moment, that’s the reality,” ex Real Madrid striker Jorge Valdano told Onda Cero. “The recovery of the Barca is more due to Real Madrid than to the Barca itself.”

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For both teams, the buildup was uneven, with Madrid particularly injured after a 2-1 defeat at home against Manchester City which left him on the verge of exiting the Champions League in the past 16 for a second consecutive year.

Barca’s problems recently have largely had to do with his president and board of directors, but the emergency signature of Leganes striker Martin Braithwaite has highlighted the confused thought that has also affected the team.

The 108 combined points of Barcelona and Real Madrid at this stage are the second lowest since 2007, beaten only by the even lower total of 105 last year.


no psychosis despite the 3000 supporters of Juventus present in Lyon

REPORTAGE – The epidemic, which is now paralyzing Italy, has not prevented the 2,700 Juventus fans from Turin from coming to the football stadium in the capital of Gaul.

2,700 Turin fans, 600 of whom roamed the streets of Lyon on Tuesday before the Champions League match against OL.
2,700 Turin fans, 600 of whom roamed the streets of Lyon on Tuesday before the Champions League match against OL. MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP

“We are not plague victims”, claims Fabrizio, 28, a fan of Juventus and crossed paths at Lyon-Pardieu station on Wednesday before the Champions League match against OL. Like him, 2,700 Turin supporters, 600 of whom were walking the streets of Lyon on Tuesday, were on the move at Groupama Stadium. To the chagrin of some politicians, Ségolène Royal Marine Le Pen, passing by the mayors (LR) of Meyzieu and Décines-Charpieu, communes on which the stadium is located, who worried and openly questioned the continuation of the meeting, in the midst of a coronavirus epidemic. “I understand the fears and questions, but we must not fall into psychosis”, continues Fabrizio, before this pirouette: “The only virus that Lyon can know about is the Ronaldo virus. For the rest, don’t worry. ”

And the capital of Gaul was there throughout the day on Wednesday. Apart from a few vials of hydroalcoholic gel distributed here and there at the reception of surrounding hotels,

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The COVID-19 epidemic plunges Europe into the blockade

A seventh person died from coronavirus in Italy, according to media reports, while Europe plunges into a dramatic blockade.

More than 200 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 disease in Italy, the largest outbreak so far reported in Europe.

The dramatic wave of cases has sparked fears across the continent with Italy and neighboring countries climbing to prevent potential cross-border spread.

On Monday, police began patrolling checkpoints around quarantined cities in the north of the country as residents supplied themselves with food.

Croatia, Hungary and Ireland have advised against going to the affected areas, while Italians traveling abroad have suffered from the repression.

A bus from Milan was barricaded by police in the French city of Lyon for health checks and Alitalia passengers arriving in Mauritius were threatened with quarantine.

Officials have not yet identified the origin of the Italian epidemic, which has now spread to half a dozen regions.

Austria also temporarily blocked its rail traffic across its border with Italy.

“These rapid developments over the weekend have shown how quickly this situation can change,” European Health Commissioner Stella Kyriakides said in Brussels.

“We obviously have to take this situation very seriously, but we don’t have to give in to panic and, more importantly, disinformation.”

For Italians barricaded in dozens of small towns around the two main groups of the outbreak, Lombardy and Veneto, the prospects for the next two weeks seemed bleak, with the only business order getting enough food at home and testing.

“This was not a very exciting place to start,” said Andrea Casalis, a 27-year-old from Vo’Euganeo, a city of 3,500 inhabitants in the epicenter of the Veneto cluster.

“Since we can’t go to the bar, there’s not much left to do.”

Ms. Casalis was expected to start a new job in the food sector a few kilometers out of town, but this is now pending – evidence of the cascading economic effect that the epidemic is starting to unleash on the economy’s northern power plant. Italian.


On Monday, the Irish, Hungarian and Croatian foreign ministries advised against traveling to northern Italy, while the Croatian ministry of education recommended the cancellation of all school trips to Italy scheduled for the following month.

Visitors from Italy, China or South Korea were monitored, as well as in Albania.

In France, the government has urged all those who have visited Lombardy or Veneto to wear masks if they go out, limit non-essential activities and measure the temperature twice a day. The French Ministry of Health has issued the same warning for anyone who has traveled to China, South Korea, Singapore or Macao. France had a total of 12 virus cases and one death.

In Lyon, the national health agency said officials were “assessing the situation” of Italians barricaded on a bus that originated in Milan and stopped in Turin.

The agency would not give details, nor would it say if anyone on the bus is suspected of having the virus.

Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said that anyone entering Romania from any region where the virus was reported will be quarantined for 14 days, but local media reported that arriving passengers were only asked to fill out a form .


Fears extended to Mauritius, blocking an Alitalia plane that had landed overnight from Rome.

Alitalia said that 40 passengers from Lombardy and Veneto were told that they would only be allowed to get off if they entered the quarantine locally, although no one complained of the symptoms.

The Italian Foreign Ministry said it was working to provide “maximum assistance to Italians on board” and Alitalia said it was working to immediately bring back those refused waste to Italy.

Many Italians travel this week for mid-winter school holidays and Mauritius is a popular destination.

But the island nation has been more assertive than its African counterparts in an attempt to keep the virus out, announcing quarantines for passengers arriving from the Chinese city of Wuhan or showing symptoms.

To date, Africa has only one confirmed case, in Egypt.


While the Italian authorities have canceled football matches, closed masses and schools, museums, theaters and even the famous Venice Carnival, they have also tried to calm fears by noting the low mortality rate of the virus and the much higher number of Italians who died of seasonal flu year.

At least five of the dead were all elderly and at least two had other serious ailments.

Speaking to the state-run RAI news, the virologist Ilaria Capua of the University of Florida observed that the high number of cases in Italy was due to the fact that Italy was “actively seeking them”.

More than 3,000 people have been tested for the virus, most of whom have had direct contact with infected people.

“The more likely we look, the more we will find,” said Professor Capua.

But he stressed that most cases would probably not even require a doctor to visit and that the Italian numbers were “very similar to what we will see in many other European countries”.


Civil protection officials insisted that Italy was still a safe place to visit. The President of the Veneto Region, Luca Zaia, complained that he never imagined that he would ever have to cancel the Venice Carnival – another economic blow to the famous lagoon city that has already seen tourism plummet after the floods of last year .

Italy, however, was not taking any risks and effectively sealed a dozen northern cities.

On Monday, the masked police patrolled the checkpoints along the road leading to Codogno, south-east of Milan, where the first patient to test positive for the virus was hospitalized last week.

The inhabitants wore masks and gloves lined up at the Codogno supermarket to stock up on food, only to find that the market was still closed by order of the mayor.

Later, groups of four at a time were admitted to the oven in nearby Casalpusterlengo and one at a time to the pharmacy.

The Italian agricultural lobby Coldiretti has recorded a 5-10% increase in fresh fruit and is making purchases this weekend across the country, as Italians have been stocking fears of possible future quarantines even in regions that had not recorded any cases.

Hand sanitizers and masks were scarce. Fears have also spread to the Lombard capital, Milan, the Italian financial center, where the last two fashion shows of Milan’s fashion week scheduled for Monday have been canceled.

While most fashion houses organize shows as usual on Sunday, Giorgio Armani and Laura Biagiotti presented their collections behind closed doors, streamed live for the fashion public.

The EU Health Security Committee met on Monday to take stock of developments, particularly in Italy.

A joint team from the World Health Organization and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control has also been scheduled to visit Italy.


Hunt again for the hidden chambers of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh

It erupted from the sands of Egypt in 2015, generating ripples of excitement around the world.

But then he was killed. And killed again.

Now, the hope that King Tutankhamun’s famous tomb will hide secret chambers has increased again.

British Egyptologist Dr. Nicholas Reeves brought the story of Tut’s hidden chambers to life five years ago. He had noticed anomalies in the plastered walls.

A radar scan penetrating the ground seemed to confirm his hopes. The enthusiastic Egyptian minister for antiquities said that “90 percent certainty” the rooms were there.

But two successive radar scans seemed to kill any expectation of finding hidden mummies.

Both insisted that there was nothing there.

Now according to the scientific journal Nature , speculation has been resumed again.

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There has been yet another radar survey. This time of the land surrounding the grave.

Previous scans had been limited to its borders.

“The results – in an unedited report, the details of which have been seen by Nature – resurrect a controversial theory according to which the young king’s burial place hides the existence of a larger tomb, which could contain the mysterious Egyptian queen Nefertiti, “reads the report.


Second Nature, archaeologist Mamdouh Eldamaty led a team using a penetrating radar to probe the rocks and rubble around Tut’s grave.

Their unpublished report highlights a corridor-like void running perpendicularly from a “door” in the north wall of Tut’s funeral chamber.

If correct, it implies the presence of a hidden tomb structure much larger than previously hypothesized.

“Clearly there is something on the other side of the north wall of the burial chamber,” said Egyptian Egyptologist Ray Johnson Nature.

The magazine reports that the radar results were turned over to the Supreme Council of Egyptian Antiquities in early February this year.

They have yet to release the results.

But Nature published a diagram showing the known structure of Tut’s tomb, the previously deduced cavities and part of the last soil survey.

The radar map is only partial. And its boundaries are blurred.

However, it appears to show a cavity that runs behind the north wall of Tut’s treasure chamber and below the valley from which the entrance to the tomb leads.


It was the most significant archaeological discovery in all history: the almost intact tomb of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh.

Howard Carter didn’t realize it at the time.

But it was strange. Where almost all the other pharaohs had tombs that boast long corridors and separate rooms for wives and children, Tut was abnormally small.

There was a small annex full of furniture. The anteroom was rough and bare. The treasure was overflowing. And the burial chamber itself was just large enough to hold the pile of Russian shrines like a pile of shrines built around its sarcophagus.

Others argue that the shape and orientation of the tomb corresponded to the ritual profile used for those who belonged to the queens.

In any case, the idea that this particular tomb was not initially intended for Tutankhamun will not die.

Queen Nefertiti may have been built for her mother / stepmother (the direct relationship remains obscure). Although it could have been thought of for his half-sister and royal wife Ankhesenamun – or for a mysterious queen named Ankhkheperure.

But it was the British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves who, in 2015, announced that he had made a tempting discovery.


Reeve noticed strange depressions in the plaster walls of Tut’s funeral chamber. He had studied 3D laser scans of painted scenes created during recent conservation efforts.

He linked these two “gates” to his assessment of Tutankhamun’s precious possessions, including his world-famous funeral mask. He supported the preponderance of female figurines, statues with breasts and evidence of remodeled cartouches (stamps with real name) suggesting that it had been “re-proposed” by a previous royal.

He believed Royal was Nefertiti.

And he believed that Tut’s unexpected death had provoked a frenzied struggle to adapt his burial to his life after death.

Fragmentary clues from the decade between Akhenaten’s death and Tutankhamun’s reign indicate the possibility of other pharaohs. But this could have been Nefertiti’s ruling under a different real name.

The Nefertiti burial site has never been found. But speculation is widespread if an unidentified mummy (nicknamed the “Young Lady”) found bundled with other looted mummies is, in effect, that of the heretical queen.

Finding Nefertiti and her grave would help unravel the fate of one of the most extraordinary women in history, made famous by her extraordinary bust of extraordinarily painted limestone stucco now housed in the Egyptian Museum in Berlin.


A few months after Reeves’ release in 2015, controversial radar technician Hirokatsu Watanabe conducted the first 3300-year-old tomb scan. He claimed to have found two cavities containing “metallic” and “organic” objects.

It was an extraordinary statement that sparked an international sensation.

Could there be another great treasure just out of our reach?

Could one of the most enticing mysteries of ancient Egypt be solved?

In 2016, the Egyptian Antiquities Department summoned National Geographic to assist with a second scan to verify the complaint.

He found nothing.

“If we had a vacuum, we should have a strong reflection,” said geophysicist Dean Goodman of the GPR-Slice software National Geographic news.

“But it doesn’t exist.”

In 2017 the physicist of the University of Turin Francesco Porcelli was authorized to perform a follow-up radar scan.

“Our work conclusively demonstrates that there are no hidden chambers, nor corridors adjacent to Tutankhamun’s tomb,” said Porcelli.

So in early 2019, hope was revived.

The Independent Egypt He reported that a British-Egyptian expedition had started in June to follow up on the anomalies in the scan of the University of Turin. It was to report late last year.

Any results have yet to be published.

It is against this irregular trace that the latest “discovery” must be compared.

Among the main critics of the idea is the former high-profile chief of antiquities, Zahi Hawass. He led a large-scale expedition by digging around the tombs of Ramses VII, Hatshepsut, Ramses III and Merenptah. According to the Egyptian news service AhramOnline, is chasing Nefertiti’s and Ankhsenamun’s graves.

“He said he thinks the wide valley between the tomb of Amenhotep III and Ay could be the area containing the tombs of the Amarna family,” reports Ahram.

Hawass said Nature who had personally excavated the area north of Tut’s tomb where the new radar scan had been conducted – and had found nothing.


May 4, 1949: the Torino team decimated in the plane crash

Every week with RetroNews, the BNF press site, a look back at a history of sport as told by the press at the time. This Saturday, the air disaster that decimated the team of the “Grande Torino”, May 4, 1949.

“The players of the best Italian football team are killed in a plane crash near Turin. The 31 passengers are charred ”, title in one Humanity May 5, 1949. The accident took place in the town of Superga, near Turin. “The plane from Portugal found itself in difficulty near the basilica which stands on a height”, informs the newspaper. The altimeter would then have frozen and the aircraft struck the bell tower of the basilica before crashing to the ground and catching fire.

Torino was the breeding ground for the Italian national team, double reigning world champion (1934, 1938) recalls fight. “Torino, Italian champion for the 1947-1948 season, after a long-standing undecided fight with Milan, was poised to win the title again. Among the victims is the Frenchman Emile Bongiorni, several times selected in the French team, who wore the colors of the Italian club since the start of the 1947-1948 season: he was a player whose ardor and passion had made the popularity. “ Another Frenchman, Roger Grava, died in the accident.

Dawn May 6 provides details of the cause of the accident: “The aircraft could not land on the Turin aerodrome made impassable by the recent rains. The plane then headed for Milan, but its disordered altimeter indicated a height of 2,000 meters when in reality it only flew at 600 meters. The poor visibility did not allow the pilot to see the dome of the Church of Superga which he struck at a speed of 400 km / h “ The newspaper focuses on the personality of the two French players who died in the drama. “Bongiorni,” Milo ” [son surnom, ndlr] hid in his great physical means an innate sense of football. Dangerous shooter, he had no equal to shake up a defense. […] The same size, the same power, Roger Grava also distinguished himself by his strong personality, both physical and moral. In Roubaix, his last club, with which he won the French championship in 1947, his services were unanimously appreciated. ”

“All of Italy is grieving after the tragic end of the Turin football team”, title Tonight May 6, 1949. The newspaper collected the testimony of a former “Milo” Bongiorni teammate at Racing, Ernest Vaast. “He was not just a teammate. He was a friend to me. We started racing together in 1942. And together we played for the national team. […] He had signed a two-year contract with Torino, but I know he was doing everything he could to join us again next season. For him, for his memory, we have one more reason to win Sunday against Lille. “ Far from this emotion, the newspaper delivers sordid details on the identification of bodies: “At the Turin morgue, it is difficult to recognize, in these horribly mutilated corpses, the magnificent athletes who, on the green lawns of the stadiums, made so many football enthusiasts vibrate. Relatives parade endlessly in front of the victims in order to identify them, here recognizing an alliance, there an old scar. ”

In its next day edition, Tonight publishes a full page of photos taken at Superga. They bear witness to the violence of the crash with a wing here, the propeller elsewhere, an engine in the outbuildings of the basilica and the grief of those close to the missing (Ossola’s mother, another player’s brother).

Tonight May 8 announced on the front page that the next day, during the final of the French Cup which will oppose them in Lille, “Racing players will mourn in Colombes their former teammate,” Milo “Bongiorni”. A photo shows two players: “After removing their equipment from the club’s headquarters on rue Ampère, Moreel and Vaast attach the black armband that was given to them by the managers on their jerseys.”

fight May 9 announces that the remains of Emile Bongiorni will be returned to Paris the same day. His former Racing teammates paid him homage by winning 5-2 in the Coupe de France final against Lille.

“Yesterday morning, the Parisian sportsmen went to the Parc des princes to pay a last tribute to Bongiorni and Grava whose bodies were exposed under the presidential tribune transformed into a burning chapel, recounts fight May 13. The Racing players taking turns mounted an honor guard around the body of their unfortunate comrade while players from the Italian US surrounded the remains of Grava. “

Seven months after the disaster, Paris Presse-l’Intransigeant from January 13, 1950 title “Superga is fading. Italy will go to Rio by plane. ” Understand: the national team will fly to Brazil to compete in the World Cup of which it is title holder. The calendar did not leave him any other option says the newspaper, “Highlighting the very short time between the end of the Italian championship (May 23) and the start of the World Cup in the first half of June.” The trauma of the Superga crash has not been erased: “However, it has already been established that the trip will be made in several groups.”

Continuation of the story. The Torino reserve team plays the last four games of the 1948-1949 championship and wins the title before Inter. It is the sixth and final coronation of the Grande Torino, as the best Italian team was nicknamed, national champion in 1928, 1943, 1946, 1947, 1948 and 1949, cup winner in 1936 and 1943 before losing its luster. The Torino is slowly waning, a situation all the more cruel as the big local rival, Juventus, is gaining momentum. The club experienced a revival allowing it to offer itself a new Scudetto in 1976. In the 90s, in the grip of big financial difficulties, it made the elevator between first and second divisions. In recent years, Torino FC has not shone or particularly dark, regularly finishing in the middle of the table. The Derby della Mole is a perfect illustration of the chasm that separates the two teams located on the banks of the Po since the Torino have won against the Old Lady only once since 1995. The saying goes, however, that the club of the inhabitants of Turin remains the Torino when Juventus is that of the rest of Italy.

Since the Superga drama, football has also been regularly marked by air disasters that decimate entire teams. In 1958, eight of the “Busby Babes”, the hypertalentent class of Manchester United trained by Matt Busby, die in the plane crash at Munich airport while returning from Belgrade where they qualified for the Champions Club Cup semi-finals. The Danish team, on July 16, 1960, those of the Bolivian club The Strongest, on September 26, 1969, of Tashkent, on August 11, 1979 also paid a heavy price. On December 8, 1987, 43 people including the 16 players from Alianza Lima, one of the most famous Peruvian clubs, perished after their plane crashed into the sea. In 1993, the entire team from Zambia disappeared in the accident of the military plane which took him to Senegal for the World Cup qualifiers. Last collective disaster to date, that which bereaved the Brazilian club Chapecoense, November 28, 2016: 19 players who were going to play the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana in Colombia die, three survive.

Gilles Dhers