ROME-- Investigators are questioning nine people regarding the deaths of four workers killed in building collapses in the earthquake that hit North Italy at the weekend.
ROME-- The new head of employers’ union Confindustria, Giorgio Squinzi, has called the “tax burden” in Italy “intolerable” and questioned the current programme of reforms.
ROME – One of Italy’s top criminal lawyers, Enzo Fragala, was brutally beaten to death by the Mafia as a warning to MPs who fail to carry out Cosa Nostra orders, a senior magistrate has disclosed.
ROME-- Two people, one of them a 15-year-old boy, have been shot and killed and another wounded in a bloody night of violence in the southern city of Naples, police say.
ROME-- The Brindisi school which was the scene of the bombing which killed one girl and wounded more reopened as police hunt the killer using video footage of the attack.
BOLOGNA-- Thousands spent a cold and wet night in tents in the aftermath of an earthquake that killed seven people on Sunday.
ROME-- Regional councils will be given the right to impose a tax on pet ownership in a new series of measures soon to go into effect.
ROME-- As many as 14,000 people are under surveillance in Italy, Interior Minister Anna Maria Cancellieri has disclosed.
ROME -- “Long live the revolution, bring on the revolution – this is the right moment,” Alfredo Davanzo, member of the leftist terrorist group the New Red Brigades shouted in court.
ROME – Almost one quarter of Italian children are at risk of poverty according to record figures announced by Save the Children.
PISA – Yet again, suicide has hit the headlines in Italy after a 40-year-old woman jumped to her death from the fourth storey of the Tower of Pisa.
ROME-- An anarchist group has claimed responsibility for the kneecapping of a nuclear boss in Genoa last week, and threatened further attacks.