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Some historians even believe that Queen Bona, who died in exile in Bari, Italy, was poisoned on King Philip II's orders so he could wiggle his way out of repaying the money.
Angelina was born in Bari, Italy, a daughter of the late Nicola and Rose (Cortese) Fiorentino.
Immigration officials in Bari, Italy, are now quizzing the Greek driver.
The Tuninter ATR-72 aircraft was flying from Bari, Italy to the Tunisian resort of Djerba on 6 August when both engines failed and the pilot was forced to ditch into the sea off Sicily.
The Tuninter ATR-72 had been heading from Bari, Italy, for the Tunisian resort of Djerba when the alarm was raised on Saturday.
The pilot of the plane flying from Bari, Italy, to the Tunisian resort of Djerba contacted airport officialsat 3.
Cafarchia, 65, a Pasadena resident, was a baker in his native Bari, Italy, and moved to the United States in 1959.
Barbarossa also is a former faculty member of Polytechnic of Bari, Italy and was an assistant researcher in the Oxide Glasses Group at British Telecom Laboratories.