News del Giorno: Debut Album From Singing Nun; Da Vinci Conspiracy Reignited?

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Sister Cristina, the charismatic 25-year-old nun who won The Voice Italy in June, is at work in the studio recording her debut album. [The Local]

Officer Gregorio De Falco, widely praised as the one positive symbol of the Costa Concordia tragedy for ordering captain Francesco Schettino to “get the fuck back on board,” has been "reassigned" to an administrative position, forcing him out of his role of overseeing the port of Livorno. [La Stampa]

A restoration to Leonardo da Vinci’s unfinished Adoration of the Magi painting from Florence’s Uffizi Gallery shed light on the conspiracy theory that other artists were involved in the painting. [Artnet News]

During his speech at United Nations headquarters, prime minister Matteo Renzi re-infirmed Italy’s support for the US-led fight against ISIS. [The Local]

Doctors from Turin and St. Orsola Hospital in Bologna have created a non-invasive ventilation machine, the first-ever device to successfully treat patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the third most frequent cause of death in the Western World. [La Repubblica]