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.
ROME – The economic crisis and a lack of awareness of fertility problems are contributing to a declining birth rate in Italy, new research by the Ibsa foundation shows.
NAPLES – The order to remove Luigi de Magistris from his position came on Wednesday after he refused to step down despite being convicted of abuse of office.
PALERMO –An appeal has been opened on the strength of new evidence against General Maurio Mori, who was previously cleared of Mafia associations in July 2013.
ROME – A new scheme suggested by the Five Stars movement to transfer controversial government “blue cars” to police has been approved.