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The conservative bloc includes Giorgia Meloni's far-right Fratelli d'Italia, Matteo Salvini's right-wing League, Silvio Berlusconi's conservative Forza Italia and several minor centrist allies.
Misleading beer festival video claims to show Italian farmers' protest
The footage actually shows an organised tractor beer festival that celebrates the local agriculture industry.
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Firefighters in the UK are training with their counterparts in southern Europe to learn how to tackle fires in a heating climate.
What is Ferragosto and how do Italians celebrate it?
The August Ferragosto holiday in Italy is traditionally celebrated with a big lunch on the beach.
Salvini tries to put focus on migration ahead of Italy's snap election
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Is getting an abortion in Italy about to get much tougher?
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People across Europe are feeling the consequences of record breaking temperatures and unusually low levels of rainfall.
Tourism staff shortages affect 1.2 million jobs in the EU, says study
New report by the World Travel and Tourism Council shows over one million tourism sector jobs remain unfilled in the EU
Sleep, eat and train your way to Italy and Spain on these new trips
Flight-free travel in Europe just got easier with a first of its kind train and tour package from Byways and Intrepid Travel.
Flames destroy sets at Cinecittà Studios but cause no victims
A fire broke out on Monday afternoon at Rome’s legendary Cinecittà Studios, the third fire since 2007 for the cinema complex looking to recapture former prestige
Italy shocked by graphic video of African migrant beaten to death
Macerata, the town where the attack took place, was the site of a shooting spree targeting African immigrants in 2018, that wounded six people.
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Hundreds of migrants arrive at Italian port after days at sea
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Analysis from Italy: A political crisis that nobody wanted
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Italian climate activists glue their hands to a Botticelli painting
Italian environmental activists stuck their hands on the glass protecting Sandro Botticelli's painting "Spring" in Florence.
Woman in IC following rare man-of-war sting off Sicily coast
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