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Giorgia Meloni's party said the policy is necessary to protect the Italian language and the national identity from the growing "Anglomania" in the country.
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An unprecedented amount of migrants have reached Italy in the past two days, crossing one of the most dangerous migration routes in the world.
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The 37-year-old politician is touted as a new hope for Italy's weakened left. But is that enough to convince her party's wearier voters?
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Edgardo Greco, 63, a suspected member of the Calabrian mafia the 'Ndrangheta was working as a pizza maker in St Etienne.
Giorgia Meloni's first 100 days in office: What has Italy's PM done?
The Italian prime minister has defied critics in some areas, but faced problems with other actions since being sworn in last October.
Italy migrant arrivals surge, despite Meloni’s 'naval blockade' pledge
The start of 2023 has also seen an 880% increase in migrant arrivals compared with the year before.
Italy PM Meloni's controversial budget plan wins approval
The opposition had vehemently criticised several of the 2023 budget bill's measures, including a higher cash payment limit and the permission to hunt wild boar in cities.
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It's in Garbatella that Meloni took her first steps into politics when she was 15.
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Italy PM Meloni's new budget proposal more EU-friendly than expected
The Italian government agreed on a new package for 2023, which includes curbing soaring energy bills and providing tax cuts for the self-employed.
Italian court acquits former PM Silvio Berlusconi in bribery case
Berlusconi had been accused of paying a Neapolitan singer and friend €157,000 to lie in his defence.
Italy regrets migrant ship row with France, interior minister says
Tensions between the two countries soared after a charity ship Italy had turned away docked in southern France to disembark around 230 people rescued at sea.
Italian PM delays justice reforms tied to EU post-pandemic funds
Giorgia Meloni and her cabinet also scrapped a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health workers -- both seen as key decisions made by her predecessor Mario Draghi.
Lampedusa 'almost alone' amid hundreds of migrant arrivals, says mayor
Migrants continue to arrive on Italy’s shores despite a controversial immigration policy.