ROME – A European Court of Human Rights ruling has finally made a breakthrough in the cases of journalist Mehmet Altan and columnist Şahin Alpay.
VIENNA – European development and commercial Italian banks are threatening the pristine rivers of south-eastern Europe with “reckless” investment in a vast array of hydroelectric projects, accordin
NEW YORK - Algeria has recently been shaken by a series of labour strikes and demonstrations in both the education and health care sectors, but is the country facing a year of historic upheaval?
ROME – The possible extradition of one of Italy’s fugitive terrorists from the so-called “Years of Lead” could be a step closer, after the Brazilian Federal Prosecution Office rejected Cesare Batti
ROME - The Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications has decided to further explore a railway line up to the Arctic Ocean via Oulu, Rovaniemi and Kirkenes that might open the regio
ROME - Total number of nights spent at all accommodation establishments grew by 5.3 per cent in 2017 According to preliminary data, the number of nights spent at accommodation establishme
ROME - Police in Slovakia announced that they had detained a total of seven men, all of Italian origin, relating to the murders of the journalist Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend at their flat in Brat
ROME – The death of the Slovakian reporter, Jan Kuciak, who was shot and killed in his flat in Bratislava along with his partner, Martina Kusnirova, may be linked to the Calabrian mafia, the ‘ndran
ROME – The families of three Italians kidnapped in Mexico have appealed to the Italian government on Monday to apply pressure to local authorities to find their relatives who are said to have been