NAPLES – The Regional Administrative Court has rejected a ruling in Naples which prevented butchers from displaying lamb and goat in shop windows.
MILAN – Silvio Berlusconi has lodged an appeal against his disqualification from running for political office at a court in Milan in the hopes of reinvigorating his party, Forza Italia, which saw i
ROME – The latest in a series of terror raids across Italy saw police round up several people linked to the network of Anis Amri, the Tunisian man responsible for the 2016 attack on a Christmas mar
TURIN – An arrest in Turin has thwarted the imminent risk of an alleged ISIS militant “poised to attack”.
LEGHORN – An explosion at this Tuscan port killed two workers on Wednesday afternoon with a third believed to be in a critical condition, police said.
ROME – Relations between the Five Star Movement and the right-wing coalition had turned sour on Wednesday morning after a bruising day of rhetoric appeared to set plans for a new government back co
ROME – The Milan Prosecutor’s Office has accused five police officers in the city of elevating the fees necessary for the issue of residence permits, pocketing the cash themselves to buy grandiose
ROME – Matteo Salvini has opened the door to a joint programme of government with the Five Star Movement (M5S) by arguing that there could be room for a deal on key policy issues like the citizens’
ROME – An Egyptian man has been arrested in the Apulian city of Foggia and accused of being an associate for the Islamist terrorist group ISIS, after having made comments online in support of the g
NAPLES – “The next leader can be none other than someone indicated by the Centre-right coalition,” warns Matteo Salvini on social media not even twenty-four hours after parliament elected
ROME – Italy’s politicians were facing the first real test in forming the next government as Parliament was reconvening on Friday in an effort to elect speakers, whilst the Five Star movement rebuf
ROME – The Mayor of Gallarate, a small town in the Varese region of northern Italy has reportedly paid from his own pocket to rid the town of migrants, according to La Repubblica, La Stampa and Mil
ROME – Windows in Triuggo were cracked while schools and a courtroom were evacuated in Bergamo after two large sonic booms caused by fighter jets alarmed residents across northern Lombardy.
ROME – With Italy’s Parliament set to reconvene on Friday to elect the presidencies of both houses, the right-wing coalition released a joint statement inviting talks with other parties, but partic