October 31, 2014
ROME – The new foreign minister is to be experienced politician Paolo Gentiloni despite speculation that Prime Minister Renzi would favour a female candidate.
ROME - A search operation was underway on Thursday after a boat carrying migrants from North Africa sank off the Libyan coast, leaving more than 20 missing.
October 30, 2014
ROME – A decision to quarantine about a dozen American soldiers for Ebola screenings in Vicenza has outraged local authorities and fueled popular near-psychosis.
October 29, 2014
VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis used his General Audience on Wednesday morning to call for the international community to use “all force necessary” to tackle Ebola.
October 27, 2014
ROME - The new European Commission looks more like an experiment in balancing opposite forces than an institution that is run by some kind of governance.
October 23, 2014
ROME -The FAO is laying off 111 of its staff in Somalia and Kenya this month, raising concern about the agency's capacity to deal with a future famine, FAO sources say
October 22, 2014
LONDON – British ambassador Christopher Prentice "is seeking a further meeting with the Italian Education Minister" to address discrimination against UK lecturers
October 18, 2014
MATERA - Naming Matera European Culture Capital 2019 breathes new life into the ancient cave city.
MILAN – The former finance minister for Berlusconi’s government, Giulio Tremonti, is under investigation for allegedly taking a 2.4 million euro bribe from Finmecc
ROME- An employee of the upmarket food hall Eataly stabbed a chef and a security guard on Thursday after an alleged previous argument.
ROME - Italy is to eliminate 3.3 billion in planned tax cuts, according to a letter to the European Commission written by Italian Economy minister Carlo Padoan.
ROME - Next summer Naples and Catania are to be added to the Finnish airline’s network.
ROME -Haider, Vishal Bhardwaj’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet
ROME- A strike of steelworkers in Terni ended Wednesday with three injured as they protested against ThyssenKrup - a German company located in Umbria- because of t
ROME - Debate continues between Renzi’s government and CGIL –Italy’s largest Labour Union- after Tuesday’s meeting on the controversial Jobs Act.
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