Rome may be at the heart of events marking the 60th anniversary of the EU’s founding treaty, but it is here that euroscepticism is growing.
This episode of Business Planet comes from Sicily and looks at the Dual-use trend and the tremendous opportunities it can present.
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Ministers from seven European countries have signed a declaration in Rome, as they set their sights on seizing a share of the supercomputer future.
A little girl got a laugh from the Pope and the nearby crowd in Rome on Wednesday (March 22) when she grabbed the skull cap from off his head as he bent down to kiss…
A strike by air traffic controllers across Italy is set to disrupt travel plans today.
Ten people have been injured by a volcano blast at Mount Etna, as magma flowing into snow caused a violent eruption, sending rocks flying through the air.
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Mirta Valentini, Head of Sales Support at Trentino Marketing, about what makes the Northern Italian province stand
Former Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi is attempting a political comeback by launching a bid to recapture the leadership of the centre-left Democratic party…
Once the Northen League criticised southern Italians in language as fierce as they now use against immigrants, but now it wants southern Italian votes it has come to campaign in Naples. No thanks, say
Two people have died and two others injured when a bridge collapsed onto a busy motorway near Ancona, Italy.
Italian farmers brought sheep to the streets of Rome as they protested the delays in reconstruction which is leading to further losses in livestock.
Europeans leaders Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel have called for a "multi-speed Europe" at a mini-summit at the Palace of Versailles
Roma and Napoli warmed up for their European action this week with a clash at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.
The 2016/2017 campaign will definitely go down as a breakthrough season for Italy’s Sofia Goggia.
Around 900 migrants have been rescued from flimsy boats in the Mediterranean. Coastguards says at one point, 10 separate search and rescue operations were underway.
Italy's economy grew by just 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016 and 1.0 percent year-on-year national statistics institute ISTAT says.
Did Romano Prodi's decisions sow seeds of discontent and disunity in Europe?
Urania, the Muse of Astronomy, welcomes passengers at Naples Capodichino Airport.
A former CIA officer convicted of involvement in the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric in Italy has been released by authorities in Lisbon after winning a last minute reprieve from…
Around one hundred police and firefighters have cleared the remaining 500 migrants from a shantytown between the towns of San Severo and Rignano Garganico in Italy.
Giant orange fountains of lava have spewed into the air over Sicily overnight as Mount Etna surged into life. Streams of orange lava are flowing down the sides of the mountain, which is Europe's large
As Italy debates euthanasia and assisted suicide laws, euronews spoke to Filomena Gallo, Secretary of the Luca Coscioni Association.