First-ever study into Italians' genetic diversity reveals it dates back 19,000 years ago

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Experts dissected the evolutionary history of Italians for the first time, revealing their diversity dates back to 19,000 years ago. Northern Italians have more ties to France, while southern to Africa. …

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