The story of how a 400-strong fleet conceived to defy Italy's right-wing government and save migrants' lives turned into a concert and boat parade.
Italian Deputy PM and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini if on a charm offensive ahead of his visit to Washington. He spoke with NBC News' Claudio Lavanga on Europe, Trump and his stance on immigration.
Hong Kong protesters blocked roads and erected barricades for a second day. Catch the latest details and more on this episode of Raw Politics.
'We need a different Europe,' says former Italian PM Mario Monti
How one MP tried to convince others to back lowering Italy's tampon tax: "This does not only concern your wives and children. You will realise when you'll get to 60, I'm speaking to my male colleagues, you'll realise you'll need panty liners for incontinence or prostate problems, think ahead!"
#TheCube | Salvini, who has a significant profile on social media, is urging his followers to increase their engagement across his platforms.
Armando Siri stands accused of taking bribes. He denies the allegations.
An Italian street artist known as Maupal left one of his provocative pieces of art in the centre of Rome early Tuesday morning.
Caio Mussolini, great-grandson of the former Italian dictator, admits that he hopes his family name will help him.
He is standing in the European Elections in Taranto in southern Italy.
The former Italian Prime Minister was admitted to hospital on Tuesday morning but has since said he is "fit and ready for this election campaign."
"So many people want to put Mussolini on the ballot," Caio Giulio Cesare Mussolini told Il Messaggero.
The right-wing party says abortions are at the root of the country's current demographic crisis.
The 53-year-old president of the Lazio region, received more than 65 percent of the votes during the primary election over the weekend. The group will now work towards re-establishing itself as a strong force against the populist government.
Is Europe still facing a migration crisis? UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi with Andrew Neil
"Yellow vests, don't give up!", wrote Five Star Movement leader and Italian vice-PM Di Maio in an open letter to the French grassroots movement.
Premeditated legal charges, smears and accusations may have forced Médecins Sans Frontières and SOS MEDITERRANEE to cease their search and rescue operations, but they will not stop NGOs trying to save lives in the Mediterranean.
2018 review: EU and Rome at loggerheads over budget and debt
One Italian newspaper even said the trial speed camera in Acquetico, near the French border, saw over half of the cars travelling the route doing so over the 50km/h limit.
Roma families that were recently evicted from camps joined the likes of students, migrants and refugees, as well as human-rights activists from across Italy.
Parliament president says he disagrees with Italian budget but also the European commission's reaction.
Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has defended his plan to ramp up public spending, despite the country’s national debt reaching more than twice the European Union limit.
Italy revealed it's aiming for a 2019 budget deficit of 2.4% of gross domestic product — significantly higher than the 1.6% previously announced.
Italy's populist ruling coalition showed a united front in its push to revoke concessions held by Autostrade per l'Italia to operate toll highways after a bridge it managed collapsed this week, killing 41 people.
Established in April 2012 by the technocratic government of Mario Monti, the public portal has been used by successive governments to outline the progress of their policies through the legislative process.
The Italian Interior minister wants numbers on the ethnic group's population in the country, while the new League/Five-Star Movement coalition is calling for the closure of illegal Roma camps.
Euronews’ Elena Cavallone and Bryan Carter embarked on a journey across Italy to take the political pulse of a country that has gone through one of its worst leadership crisis in decades.