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Italy issues emergency decree to avoid Olympic suspension
The IOC has taken issue with the Italian government’s formation of a new organisation, “Sport e Salute,” that was created at the start of 2019 to run the country’s sports finances.
Artists lockdown at Italian theatre to create a play about confinement
The play will be performed for one night only when theatres are allowed to reopen across Italy.
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Italy plans local COVID-19 vaccine after 'encouraging' trial results
The vaccine developed by Italian biotech firm ReiThera has shown 'encouraging' results in Phase I trials.
Pain, anger and hope, the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bergamo
Bergamo was once the epi-centre of the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe. We talk to those who were on the frontline about their loss, anger and hope.
Migrants and older residents come together in Italy's 'COVID red zone'
In the Tuscan coastal city of Livorno, a social project matches young migrants with elderly residents in need of help or companionship.
Hundreds of birds dead after New Year fireworks displays in Rome
Loud fireworks and firecrackers in neighbourhoods that the birds tend to nest has been blamed for their sudden deaths.
Mallard to go? Dig of Pompeii fast-food place reveals tastes
A fast-food eatery at Pompeii has been excavated, helping to reveal dishes that were popular for the citizens of the ancient Roman city who were partial to eating out.
Italy surpasses UK to record worst coronavirus death toll in Europe
While the way coronavirus deaths are recorded in both countries differs, Italy has now overtaken the UK as the worst hit country in Europe, according to the latest figures released on Sunday.
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Legal action in Italy after mothers' names marked on foetuses' graves
An investigation in Italy is trying to establish why the names of the mothers who had their foetuses aborted were engraved on crosses without their consent.
France-Italy floods: Macron warns villagers rebuilding may take months
The French president has visited several areas worst-affected by recent flooding in the Alpine region, warning the recovery process may take months.
France-Italy floods: Graves unearthed by floodwaters in France
The Italian authorities say they are not sure if some of the bodies are of those reported dead in the storms.
Floods death toll rises to 12 in France and Italy, dozens missing
French authorities are still seeking to locate 20 people, including two firefighters whose car fell into a river after a road collapsed.
EU's new migrant returns policy could cause problems: legal expert
A Senior Legal Advisor to the International Commission of Jurists says that the Commission's new migration pact and the returns policy within it, is at risk of creating more problems because of Member States' international law commitments.
Migrants in Italy 'left to sleep in streets' during asylum process
Migrants in the Italian capital Rome are being ignored by the authorities and left to sleep on the streets while they await results of their asylum applications, it's been claimed.
NGO blasts Italy's blockade of its migrant rescue ship as 'political'
The vessel was detained in the port of Palermo for 11 hours for an inspection the NGO Seawatch International called "arbitrary."
SMEs seek financial lifeline as coronavirus crunch begins to bite
The EU has allocated €209 billion to Italy where thousands of people have lost their jobs, but small businesses are worried that they might be left out.
How a new EU project is helping cities plan ahead for sea storms
In this episode of Smart Regions, Euronews explores how a new EU project is helping to safeguard cities from floods.
Silvio Berlusconi admitted to hospital after positive COVID-19 test
Ex-Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi has been admitted to hospital "as a precautionary measure" after testing positive for COVID-19, his staff said on Friday.
Italy's vanishing migrants found abandoned outside the EU
National authorities and lawyers are embroiled in debate after migrants crossing into Italy were found to be ushered into vans, deported to several countries, and ultimately abandoned outside the EU.
How did Italy manage to build a replacement Genoa bridge so quickly?
The new San Giorgio bridge in Genoa was built in just 15 months — quite an achievement in Italy where such work usually takes more than a decade.
Watch: Italy opens new Genoa bridge two years after fatal collapse
Almost two years since Italy's Genoa bridge collapsed, killing 43 people, a new structure opens in its place on Monday.
EU leaders meet ahead of crunch summit to agree on COVID recovery plan
The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, met with Italian premier Guiseppe Conte Monday, ahead of the EU summit on Friday, but said that the positions of the member states remain apart. But she urged her counterparts to consider the bigger picture.
How the Italian mafia is cashing in on COVID-19
In this week's Unreported Europe, Monica Pinna goes to Naples to find out how Camorra is capitalising on the social and economic crisis caused by Covid.
Ship declares state of emergency after six migrants attempt suicide
The rescue ship Ocean Viking has declared a state of emergency. There are 180 rescued migrants on board.
Migrant rescue ships facing new challenges amid COVID-19 pandemic
Vessels have been forced to introduce radical changes in a bid to contain the virus among those rescued at sea.
COVID-19 may have been present in Italy as early as December 2019
An Italian National Institute of Health study has found that traces of coronavirus were present in wastewater samples from December 2019 in Turin and Milan.