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a port city in southeastern Apulia in Italy

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The plant is located in Mesagne, Comune di Brindisi, Italy.
The urgently needed goods including generators, tents, plastic rolls, and jerry cans, arrived on an Airbus 300 from Brindisi, Italy, at Chaklala Military Air Base Islamabad this morning, and were officially handed to the UNHCR by the Italian government.
The UN Logistics Base (UNLB) in Brindisi, Italy, provides important communications and logistical support to peacekeeping operations and has expanded considerably since 2002.
The aircraft was flying from Tirana, Albania, to Istanbul, Turkey and was forced to land in Brindisi, Italy.
A spokeswoman for Italy's civil aviation body ENAC said two hours after the plane landed in Brindisi, Italy, the hijackers got off the plane.
University of Bari, Bari, Italy; and ([dagger]) Agenzia Regionale Protezione Ambiente Puglia, Brindisi, Italy
ExxonMobil Chemical has announced that it is installing two new metallisation lines at its oriented polypropylene (OPP) films plant in Brindisi, Italy.
The station, at Neuss, in Germany, is on the Roman Long Road from the North Sea to Brindisi, Italy.
In their study, pediatrician Giuseppe Latini of Perrino Hospital in Brindisi, Italy, and his colleagues tested blood from 84 newborns' umbilical cords for the presence of di-(2-ethylhexyl)-phthalate (DEHP) and mono-ethylhexyl-phthalate (MEHP).
Basell is converting a 352-million-lb/yr Spheripol plant in Brindisi, Italy, to MZCR.
The donation, which is meant to complement a satellite network based at the UN telecomms centre in Brindisi, Italy, encompasses network equipment - both hardware and software - and handsets.
Hayley, who shot to fame when she was exposed as a pounds 130-a-time escort girl after her Blind Date appearance, suffered massive injuries when the car - driven by Mingolla - went off the road in Brindisi, Italy.
The destroyer was one of six RAN River Class destroyers based at Brindisi, Italy.
Early this morning, an Albanian military vessel carrying about 500 Albanians ran aground in rough waters about a mile off the port of Brindisi, Italy, sparking panic among the refugees on board.