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  • proper n. Province of Abruzzo, Italy.
  • proper n. Town and capital of L'Aquila.


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  • L'AQUILA: A strong aftershock rocked the Italian city of L'Aquila shortly before dawn on Wednesday, when the hunt for survivors of the quake that has claimed at least 235 lives was set to resume.


  • July 8th, 2009 L'AQUILA - The leaders of the world's eight most powerful developed nations met in the Italian town of L'Aquila Wednesday for three days of talks on global issues such as climate change, trade and financial reform.

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  • L'AQUILA, ITALY - JULY 08:: US President Barack Obama (L) and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (R) greet one another at the Guardia Di Finanza School of Coppito on July 8, 2009 in L'Aquila, Italy.

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  • They also agreed to a set of principles on how they would spend it in what became known as the L'Aquila food security initiative.

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  • The last minute change of plans and it's being held now in L'Aquila, which is about an hour outside of Rome.

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  • "This money could have been used differently," said Eugenio Carlomagno, a co-founder of a pressure group called L'Aquila, A City Centre to Save.

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  • "This money could have been used differently, especially since these homes cost three times more than planned," said Eugenio Carlomagno, a co-founder of an advocacy group called L'Aquila, A City Centre to Save.

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  • July 10th, 2009 LONDON - Hollywood star George Clooney has decided to shoot his next film in the quake-hit Italian city L'Aquila, which is hosting the G8 plus G5 summit, to help the people and "revive the economy".

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  • Rescue workers using their bare hands and buckets searched frantically for students believed buried in a wrecked dormitory after Italy's deadliest quake in nearly three decades buckled both ancient and modern buildings in and around L'Aquila, which is snuggled in a valley surrounded by the snowcapped Apennines 'tallest peaks.

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  • Berlusconi, who has dubbed L'Aquila a "ghost town", said on Friday Italy would receive up to 500 million euros from an EU fund to help cover some of the billions in reconstruction.

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