ROME--As many as 12,500 Alitalia workers have been called to express their vote on the airline’s pre-agreement via a referendum. The pre agreement aims to invest more funds in the company, making pay and job cuts as a result. Government officials have confirmed that nationalising the company would be impossible.
ROME – Michael Callan, born near Toronto, Ontario, Canada, graduated from Trent University with a BA in History and English. He earned a B. Ed from Queen’s University. In 1989 he attended an exchange program in Japan teaching English to High School students. He completed his M. Ed from the University of Calgary in Educational Research and Leadership, while principal in Ankara and Abu Dhabi.
ROME-- Italian journalist Gabriele del Grande landed in Bologna on Monday after being released from a Turkish detention camp.
After being arrested and questioned in Syria near the Turkish border, Del Grande was held in a Turkish detention camp for two weeks.
Del Grande said he is relieved to be back in the Bel Paese and although he was not physically mistreated during his ordeal he said he remains "deeply troubled by the attack on his freedom."
ROME—Serie A leaders Juventus crushed Genoa 4-0 in Turin to move 11 points clear of Roma in second place and on the brink of securing a historic sixth successive Scudetto Serie A title.
LIMA—The Peruvian chief prosecutor, Germán Juárez, has summoned the former first lady of Peru, Nadine Heredia, to give a detailed statement regarding her alleged involvement in a money-laundering operation dating back to 2006 in the light of new evidence about her links to Brazilian giant Oderbrecht, judicial sources said Friday. Nadine will be interrogated on Wednesday before two further grillings on May 2 and May 8, meaning she will be unable to leave Peru to work at the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) for a further three weeks at least.