Marsala bids farewell to journalist Roberto Tumbarello

The article explains the recent passing of the journalist Roberto Tumbarello from Marsala. He was a well-known journalist who worked for various national newspapers and magazines, and he founded Napoli Sera and directed the Giornale di Napoli. He was also known for his close relationships with Sandro Pertini and Pope John Paul II, and for being the first Western journalist to interview Arafat. Tumbarello was a recipient of the “pro merito” Medal from the Council of Europe and worked as their spokesperson in Italy for many years. He was an expert in Communication and Human Rights, and he published several successful books towards the end of his career. His family, including his wife Margy, children Alice, Patrizia, and Fabrizio, and grandchildren, shared the news of his passing. Tumbarello had suffered a stroke in October which left him weakened. His funeral will take place on Saturday, March 23 at 11:15 am at the Basilica of Sant’Agnese fuori le Mura in Rome.

Giornalismo, Marsala dice addio al cronista Roberto Tumbarello

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