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Police suspect that the packages had been dropped at sea by a cargo ship to be recovered later.
High-speed trains are the cheapest in this European country
Spain is challenging the ‘elitist nature’ of high-speed trains with more services and lower prices.
Meal of the Week: Jewish holiday favourite from Italy Erbazzone
With the Jewish holiday of Passover just behind us, Euronews Culture explores the Jewish roots of one of northern Italy’s most famous dishes: the Erbazzone.
Is history repeating as Italy resurrects Messina bridge plan?
Italian environmental activists say they will continue to fight against the construction of the bridge.
Anonymous births - Italy's latest controversy
A newborn was left in one of Italy's safe haven baby boxes over Easter, sparking a fierce debate around motherhood and women's rights in the country.
The two-hundred-year-old endangered craft in the heart of Italy
An Italian town which used to be a thriving hotspot of the silk industry is struggling to keep the tradition alive.
ChatGPT could return to Italy if OpenAI complies with data rules
The artificial intelligence-driven chatbot was temporarily banned in the country in March following a data breach.
Why has Italy declared a state of emergency over migration?
The last time Italy resorted to this drastic measure was in 2011, before the European migration crisis.
First quarter of 2023 deadliest in Mediterrenean since 2017, says UN
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) documented 441 migrant deaths in the Central Mediterranean in the first three months of this year.
These European towns will pay you up to €50,000 to move there
Start a new life abroad and get paid to do it thanks to these schemes.
Italy planning five-figure fines for monument and art vandalism
The Italian government approved proposed legislation championed by the culture minister that would impose fines starting at €10,000 and as high as €60,000 for those who vandalise artworks or cultural sites
'Weapon of mass distraction': What's up with Italy's oddball policies?
Instead of addressing complex, long-term challenges, Meloni's government has focused its legislative efforts on a series of "symbolic" sovereignty policies.
Migrant arrivals in Italy have more than tripled from last year. Why?
On Sunday alone, nearly 1,000 migrants arrived on the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa, but 23 migrants drowned before reaching its shores.
Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi in intensive care with leukemia
Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi is being treated for a lung infection that is a result of chronic leukemia .
Italian ex-leader Silvio Berlusconi in intensive care
Three-time Prime Minister of Italy Silvio Berlusconi is in hospital due to a problem related to a previous infection. His condition was described as stable by Italy's Foreign Minister.
Italy's Borsalino hat brand seeks to stage a comeback
After its 2017 bankruptcy and a subsequent change of ownership, the legendary handcrafted hat brand Borsalino is staging a revival. The 166-year-old brand is now endorsed by a French-Italian financier. Borsalino aims to win over a young and diverse audience.
UK to send depleted uranium shells to Ukraine despite health concerns
In recent years hundreds of Italian military personnel have died while thousands more have taken sick from conditions potentially linked to depleted uranium. Some MEPs are now calling for a full ban.
Escape to these small Italian islands this Easter
Venture beyond Sicily and Sardinia to discover volcanic mud baths and pastel ports.
Italian rainbow family controversy turning into full-blown EU dispute
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's right-wing government has been accused of trampling on same-sex couples' parental rights.