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Press photographers' images of the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy have been put on display at an exhibition in Rome dedicated to Italian people
French authorities are still seeking to locate 20 people, including two firefighters whose car fell into a river after a road collapsed.
A Senior Legal Advisor to the International Commission of Jurists says that the Commission's new migration pact and the returns policy within it, is at risk of creating more problems because of Member States' international law commitments.
The Alan Kurdi ship of the German aid group Sea-Eye docked Friday in the Sardinia port of Olbia to disembark 125 migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean Sea.
Cardinal Angelo Becciu told reporters his conscience was clear and that he was ready to speak to prosecutors, a day after being asked by Pope Francis to step down
The vessel was detained in the port of Palermo for 11 hours for an inspection the NGO Seawatch International called "arbitrary."
Exit polls suggested a fairly resounding 'yes' vote won the day in the referendum with a projected share between 60-64%.
Police in southern Italy have arrested four men and are investigating another four on suspicion of sexually assaulting two British girls at a villa where a party was being held, authorities said on Friday.
21-year-old Willy Monteiro Duarte was brutally beaten to death after intervening in a fight to help a friend. Premier Giuseppe Conte and Italy’s interior minister attended the funeral.