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Over Mediterranean, volunteer pilots search for migrants in danger
This year alone, the French pilots have accumulated over 500 flight hours over the Mediterranean searching the sea for migrant boats in danger.
Pope Francis leaves hospital 10 days after colon surgery
Pope Francis was seen leaving the hospital on Wednesday, 10 days after undergoing planned surgery to remove half his colon.
EURO 2020: Italy defeat England in penalty shootout
Leonardo Bonucci scored the equaliser for Italy bringing to score to 1-1. England had been ahead after a goal from Luke Shaw in the second minute of the game.
Hundreds of rescued migrants disembark in southern Italy
Hundreds of rescued migrants have disembarked in southern Italy after the rescue ship Ocean Viking warned of a food shortage onboard.
Pope Francis had a temporary 'fever episode' after his recent surgery
Routine tests and scans proved negative after the pope developed the temporary fever. However, he is still eating and moving around unassisted.
Discover Italy's greenest campus and how it's saving money and energy
The UNICAL in Calabria is the largest university campus in Italy and it is also one of Europe's "greenest". An ambitious energy project has allowed it to go green, lower CO2 emissions and save money.
Brussels greenlights Italy's €191.5 billion COVID-19 recovery plan
Italy will receive the largest share of the EU's €750 billion coronavirus recovery package.
Vatican accused of 'meddling' in Italy's LGBT bill
The Vatican sent a letter to Rome formally opposing a proposed Italian bill expanding anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community, according to media reports.
Italian Coast Guard detains German NGO migrant ship
The Italian Coast Guard detained a migrant rescue vessel belonging to a German NGO for not complying with security rules, they said.
Cruise ships restart in Venice; protesters decry their risks
The first cruise ship leaving Venice since the pandemic is set to depart on Saturday amid protests by activists demanding that the enormous ships be permanently rerouted.
Naples' murals are a battleground for justice and a brighter future
Parents of children allegedly killed by police or the local mafia have been using street art to campaign for justice and warn other youngsters to steer clear of crime.
Outrage in Italy as notorious mafia killer released early from prison
The news of Giovanni Brusca's early release after 25 years in jail sparked a wave of emotion in Italy. The 64-year-old man is believed to have taken part in hundreds of murders for the Sicilian mafia.
Judge finds technician responsible for Italy cable car disaster
The devastating incident in the Piedmont mountains last Sunday, which killed 14 people, was caused by the disabling of an emergency brake.
Giulio Regeni: Italy awaits court hearing on student's murder case
Italy is investigating four high-ranking Egyptian security officials in the 2016 kidnapping, torture and killing of an Italian student doing doctoral research in Cairo.
Meet the Italian 'put behind bars' in UK amid post-Brexit confusion
Marta Lomartire, from Puglia, is one of dozens of EU nationals to be detained and deported from the UK over visa misunderstandings. We hear her story,
Judge dismisses migrant case against Italy's Matteo Salvini
While the Catania case was dismissed, the leader of the right-wing League will face trial in the Sicilian capital of Palermo on kidnapping charges for failure to let a Spanish migrant rescue ship dock in 2019.
Italy set to spend €260bn to rescue battered economy after pandemic
Rome will receive €191.5bn in European funds as part of its plan, making it the largest recipient of EU money from the bloc's so-called Recovery and Resilience Facility.
Italy, Malta & Libya slow to react to deadly shipwreck, analysis finds
An analysis of logs and emails show that Italian, Maltese and Libyan authorities responded slowly, insufficiently, or not at all to migrants' pleas for help at sea in a deadly April shipwreck.
Italy arrests two anti-vaxxers for Brescia vaccine centre arson attack
The two men allegedly threw Molotov cocktails at the facility last month, causing fire damage.
Hospital employee paid €538,000 - despite never turning up for work
Police said the suspect allegedly had someone threaten a hospital superior in 2005 to keep him on the payroll.
Ten sites in Switzerland, France and Italy added to IUCN ‘green list’
The International Union for Conservation of Nature says well managed protected sites are a critical part of halting the dramatic loss of life on Earth.
Italy moves toward slow reopening with outdoor dining
Dining al fresco will be permitted again in Italy's lower-risk regions starting April 26.
Stuck between freedom and health, Sardinia's COVID-19 dilemma
Italy is back in lockdown as it battles another wave of COVID-19. This decision is a controversial one in Sardinia where they are successfully managing the virus.
Italy adopts COVID-19 stimulus measures worth €32 billion
The Italian government passed a number of support measures to counter the devastating effects of the COVID pandemic on the economy.
Italian youngsters target government in bid to boost youth investment
A campaign started by young people in Italy aims to get the government to raise spending on youth policies from the EU's pandemic recovery fund to 10 per cent, down from 1 per cent.
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Europe's week: Leaders meet virtually, as Russia sanctioned
EU leaders met virtually this week to take stock of the epidemiological situation across the continent, as sanctions against Russia were agreed upon by foreign affairs ministers.