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Ca·ser·ta

 (kə-zĕr′tə, kä-zĕr′tä)
A city of southern Italy north-northeast of Naples. German World War II forces in Italy surrendered to the Allies here on April 29, 1945.

Caserta

(Italian kaˈzɛrta)
n
(Placename) a town in S Italy, in Campania: centre of Garibaldi's campaigns for the unification of Italy (1860); Allied headquarters in World War II. Pop: 75 208 (2001)
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The forum held in collaboration with Governance Programme (MENA - OECD) under the theme (Public Governance and the Role of Citizens in Shaping the Open Government Dialogue) on June 2-4 in Caserta, Italy.
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In a speech before the Political Affairs Committee, meeting in Caserta, Italy, PACE President Mevlut Cavusoglu said that the biggest challenge was to make sure that the slogans of freedom, dignity and democracy were translated into concrete actions: the holding of free and fair elections, provision of real guarantees for basic rights and freedoms, establishment of well-functioning democratic institutions and an independent judiciary, fight against corruption, support for free media and civil society.
Chapin, whose office in Caserta, Italy, was involved in OSS intelligence missions into Germany and Austria.
After he joined the Army, he was bitten by the stage bug while serving in Caserta, Italy, when cast in uniform by playwright Thornton Wilder in an armed services production of "Our Town.
of the University of Naples, Caserta, Italy, and associates.
Ministers adopted a common position on draft Conclusions on September 24 on the fringes of the Competitiveness Council with a view to the EuroMed Conference of Industry Ministers in Caserta, Italy, on October 3 and 4.
She had been sentenced to 30 days in a women's minimum security prison in Caserta, Italy, for failing to report $180,000 on her 1963 income tax return.