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Italian PM calls for changes to EU treaties amid Ukraine war
Mario Draghi told MEPs on Tuesday that unanimity on foreign policy decisions needs to be revised.
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Anyone over the age of 50 with "full civil rights" is eligible to be Italy's president.
In Italy, a priest's sermon about COVID vaccines sparked a walkout
Witnesses told Euronews he criticised Rome's use of a COVID pass to push Italians to get vaccinated.
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A new mayor and tourists returning have sparked claims of a revival in the Italian capital. But not everyone is so optimistic.
LGBT anger after Italian bill to fight homophobia is rejected
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How a COVID pass protest sparked a debate in Italy on its fascist past
Violence at the end of a COVID pass protest in Rome reminded some of Italy's fascist era. Others have rejected such comparisons, calling them an exaggerated conflation.
Is Italy set for a vote on decriminalising cannabis?
A petition collected half a million signatures in support of a referendum on decriminalising cannabis. Now Italy's Supreme Court will decide if it can go ahead.
In Italy, the Afghan exodus has sparked a heated and divisive debate
Italy was on the frontline of Europe's last refugee crisis.
Brussels demands bankrupt Alitalia repays €900mln 'illegal state aid'
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Anti-vaccine demonstrators had planned violence, say Italian police
Italian police have raided the homes of several anti-vaccine activists ahead of demonstrations against the COVID-19 health pass.
Meet the Turin-born champion athlete not allowed to represent Italy
Despite being born in Turin, Italian rules mean Great Nnachi will have to wait until her 18th birthday before she can apply for Italian citizenship.
'Lucifer' pushes Italian temperatures near 49°C, fans wildfires
Italian authorities expect 17 cities to be on "red alert" by Saturday amid the heatwave, while firefighters continue to battle wildfires in several regions.
Tensions in Italy over bid to rename park after Mussolini's brother
A cabinet member's bid to rename a park after Benito Mussolini's younger brother has sparked outrage in Italy.
How a bill to fight homophobia has split Italy & sparked a culture war
“If you criticise the Zan bill, you’ll be accused of being a homophobe – which just isn’t conducive to having a constructive debate.”
Italy's Draghi wins confidence votes on justice reforms
The Italian Premier risked his government's survival by putting the bill on a key judicial reform to a confidence vote, which he won.
'Unprecedented disaster': Italy requests EU help over Sardinia fires
At least 10,000 hectares of vegetation have been burnt in western Sardinia because of wildfires and hundreds of people have had to be evacuated. France and Greece are both sending two firefighting planes to help.
Are European arms fuelling wars and conflicts worldwide?
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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
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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.