Cernobbio – A farmers’ collective has called for Neapolitan pizza to be recognised by UNESCO as an “intangible cultural heritage” in order to protect Italian ingr
MILAN – Judge Enrico Tranfa confirmed his resignation Friday, following Berlusconi "Ruby" case; but refuses to confirm he opposed the not-guilty verdict.
MILAN – The Expo 2015 trade fair image took another hit as former executive Antonio Acerbo was placed under house arrest on suspicion of nepotism, officials confi
NAPLES – Police have confirmed that no one was harmed in the incident on Monday morning after a father successfully confronted and disarmed the 64-year-old would-be shooter.
GENOA – Two trains were stranded on Monday as further flooding caused major disruption in the region.
GENOA – There were scenes of chaos in the city on Friday as residents were left without power after flash floods burst riverbanks overnight.
ROME – Crowds of students gathered at the Colosseum and in city squares across the country on Friday to protest the Jobs Act and Education reform.
NAPLES – A 14-year-old was fighting for his life on Thursday afternoon after an attack by three men who taunted his weight.
ROME – Notorious mafia hit man, Giuseppe Setola, offered to turn state witness against the feared Camorra crime syndicate on Wednesday, in exchange for the protection of his family.
ROME – Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano said Tuesday that registrations of same-sex marriages performed abroad with local Italian authorities are illegal and will be annulled.
TRENTO - In the tiny village of Ronzo-Chienis, near Lake Garda, a memorial was held the other day for a little known American hero of World War II.
VENEZIA – Two 16-year-old Afghani immigrants were saved Monday from the lorry container they had hidden themselves in, narrowly avoiding asphyxiation.