ROME -Investigations are being launched as to the cause of an enormous fire that broke out at a bus depot in Rome early Tuesday morning, destroying 30 buses, police said.
ROME - The decision-making process in Europe is “too old”, according to expert opinions at a conference titled ‘German Elections: Impacts and Opportunities for the Gulf’ at the Euro-Gulf Information Centre (EGIC).
TBILISI –Ex-President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, vows he wants to participate in the better development of the country despite the threat of imprisonment. Saakashvili, who is currently based in Ukraine, says he plans to fly to Tbilisi on Saturday, the day local elections will be held.
Saakashvili took power in Georgia after a peaceful uprising known as the Rose Revolution in 2003. In 2018, a Georgian court sentenced him in absentia for abusing his power as president. Saakashvili considers the charges against him to be politically motivated.
ROME - League leader Matteo Salvini’s spin doctor Luca Morisi has resigned in a sex and drugs scandal after a male prostitute complained that he wasn't paid enough and was given a ‘rape drug,’ judicial sources said.
VERONA -- The decision by the European Commission to send a formal notice to Italy for its failure to comply with the rules of the Union regarding the free circulation of workers, including specifically EU regulation n. 492/2011, took many years to come through, Prof.
PALERMO -State police have searched twenty people suspected of protecting the Costa Nostra boss, Matteo Messina Denaro, whom police have been chasing since 1993.
FLORENCE -Deeply ingrained in Italian culture, coffee is to become the subject of a Master’s course at the University of Florence, which from next year will begin applying academic rigour to the strong black potion that gets the country moving every morning.
The first 24 graduate students will begin the nine-month course in January, with the aim of gaining practical and theoretical knowledge about the national beverage, which is the second most popular drink in the world after tea.
RAGUSA -This Sicilian city will become an open workshop, Friday until Oct. 10, with the first edition of the town’s very own theatre festival, kicking off with a series of workshops, concerts and performances to pay homage to the great early 20th century British set designer Edward Gordon Craig.
PADUA - The inauguration ceremony of Rector Daniela Mapelli, the first female to hold the position in the university’s 800-year history, will take place Friday, the climax of a two-day sequence of events celebrating the eig