April 20, 2014
VATICAN CITY– Pope Francis marked Easter Sunday by urging the world to “defeat the plague of hunger, aggravated by conflicts and the immense waste with which we are often complicit.”
April 18, 2014
ROME-The letter of intent specifying the conditions under which Etihad will invest in Alitalia has arrived, a spokesman for Transport Minister Maurizio Lupi said Friday.
April 17, 2014
ROME –IFAD staff held hands singing Kumbaya recently but Director General Kanayo Nwanze has ended the euphoria by hiring a new Budget Director from his native Nigeria, UN sources say.
April 16, 2014
TURIN-“I like to think of VenTo as the string of a necklace” says Paolo Pileri, the tireless promoter of the scheme that is seeking to construct an unbroken cycle path along the river Po from Turin
April 15, 2014
ROME–American Overseas School Head Beth Pfannl reveals in an interview how the “American system of education produces students like global leader Steve Jobs.”
ROME– Britain has told Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s Government that Italy must “find a solution” to “unacceptable and illegal” discrimination of UK lecturers, Europe Minister David Lidington says.
VENICE-The San Giorgio Maggiore island will welcome a series of events dedicated to the memory of Onesta Carpenè and her work in Cambodia.
ROME- Silvio Berlusconi will serve his sentence for tax fraud by completing community service caring for the elderly, according to the ruling pronounced Tuesday by the Surveillance Court.
April 14, 2014
PALERMO, Sicily -I must emphasise that I am neither an anthropologist nor a lexicographer and I cannot claim to belong to any of the other admirable disciplines that investigate origin of language.
April 11, 2014
ROME-In the heart of the Eternal City, there is a place where enticing aromas of the Orient will make you forget you never left the homeland of pasta.
April 7, 2014
ROME – Poverty buster José Graziano da Silva surprised neighbours the other day when he kicked in the doors of the elevator in his smart apartment block on the Aventino hill, FAO sources say.
April 4, 2014
ROME-In the hub of the ever-vibrant Rione Trevi, 6° Senso gallery’s exhibition encapsulates the tumult of the city as seen through the eyes of painter Antonio Tamburro.
March 28, 2014
ROME-From the vestiges of a suburban wine and oil shop, this fine establishment is a mishmash of modern creativity developed from an old Italian concept.
March 27, 2014
ROME--Choosing obscure Sant’Alfonso on the Esquiline Hill as titular church for Britain’s highest Catholic, Archbishop of Westminster Cardinal Vincent Nichols, came as a surprise in many quarters.
ROME-A dossier on Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s former residence has been opened by the Prosecutor’s office in Florence following a report by a town council staff membe
March 26, 2014
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