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Death of Cristina and Violetta Djeordsevic

Italian girl, 15, 'is raped on the beach by two "unaccompanied minors"' | Daily Mail Online

We Europeans are always associated with the Saint Tropez bare-breasted look, but styles—even beach trends—come and go. Most recently expansive Japanese tattoos, ultra-brown tans and sunbathing bare-chested have been de-classed by a more elegant, and urbane appearance. The latest Italian beach look can broadly include a combination of baggy leather boots; minimal tri-kini, shorts, cowboy hat and Moroccan tie-die turban fabric worn as a scarf. But this topic deserves a closer look. There are two major types of Italian beach moda, the one worn by the sporty casual girl-next-door, and the ultrachic diva look. In the first category, footwear is strictly zero elevation, which means no heels, only flats, sandals, or gladiators; Australian sheepskin boots, Hawaiian flip-flops, and the latest Mediterranean mania: latex ballerinas. The casual look is generally comfortable, functional, and never excessively bright, too colorful, or ostentatious.

How Not to Look Like a Tourist on an Italian Beach

Cristina and Violetta Djeordsevic [1] [n 1] or Ebrehmovich [4] [n 2] were Italian Roma sisters aged 13 and 11 [n 3] who drowned in the sea at the public beach at Torregaveta in the Metropolitan City of Naples on 19 July Commentators interpreted this as symbolising widespread anti-Roma sentiment in Italy. Cristina and Violetta were born and raised in the "Campo Autorizzato" authorised Roma camp at Scampia [1] or Secondigliano in Naples [5] to Branko and Miriana [n 4] Djeordsevic, originally from former Yugoslavia and of Eastern Orthodox faith.
By Luke Andrews For Mailonline. A year-old girl has claimed she was raped on a beach by two underage boys, thought to be migrants. The girl, from Venice, was reportedly sitting alone on Lignano beach, north-east Italy , waiting for some friends when she was approached by three boys.