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Anarchists claim responsibility for Genoa shooting
ROME-- An anarchist group has claimed responsibility for the kneecapping of a nuclear boss in Genoa last week, and threatened further attacks.
Young European musicians bound for prestigious festival
Violent scenes at Naples protest
ROME-- Several people have been injured in a confrontation between protestors against tax collection agency Equitalia and riot police.
Man killed in Camorra hit
ROME-- A 32 year-old man was murdered and two others wounded in a Camorra assassination ten miles north of Naples.
World's oldest bank probed
Costa bookings rise as it cruises out of disaster
Berlusconi girls “mimed oral sex” on statue
ROME -- A woman who claims to have attended one of Berlusconi’s infamous “bunga bunga” parties told the court of the sex games that took place there including the simulation of oral sex on a statue
Nuclear boss kneecapped, Red Brigades under suspicion
ROME-- The managing director of power company Ansaldo Nucleare was injured in an attack which has been linked to anarchist terror group Brigate Rosse.
Italian-born children "should be considered Italian"
ROME-- A Piedmontese town has been praised by President Giorgio Napolitano for its decision to confer honorary citizenship on 450 children born in Italy to foreign parents
Cutting edge mine hunter delivered to Finnish navy
"Recession widows" stage street protest
ROME-- Hundreds of so-called ‘recession widows’ and their supporters marched in Bologna to draw attention to the spate of suicides precipitated by the financial crisis.
Trends: Macho, Italian style
WFP fires 17 for fraud and theft
Andreotti stable, jokes with family
ROME-- Doctors report that ex-prime minister Giulio Andreotti has passed a "peaceful" night in hospital, where he was admitted with heart problems.
9 and a half years for priest who asked for "needy boys"
Andreotti's condition "serious but stable" after heart problems
ROME-- Seven-time prime minister and senator for life Giulio Andreotti has been rushed to hospital with heart problems said to be complications of a respiratory infection.
Public invited to report wasteful spending
ROME-- Italians are being encouraged to report wasteful public spending online as part of a new initiative which aims to save over 2.1bn euros by the end of the year.
Father tells Meredith Kercher's story
Ravenna meets Vienna to honour Klimt
Two wounded in stabbing at Trastevere soup kitchen
ROME-- Two men were stabbed inside the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere at a free lunch for the area’s poor and homeless on Sunday.
INSIDER VIEW: Italy's feminine touch
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Murder highlights domestic violence crisis
ROME-- In just four months, more than 50 women have been murdered in Italy in what is being described as a "social emergency".