Cecilia Sottilotta is an Assistant Professor of International Relations and Global Politics at the American University of Rome. She told Euronews that "Draghi really embodies every single quality that no politician currently has in Italy - he is competent."
Restaurants and museums reopen in Italy as country eases restrictions.
Political parties in Italy are in talks to end the political crisis over the country's economic recovery after Giuseppe Conte stepped down as prime minister.
The IOC has taken issue with the Italian government’s formation of a new organisation, “Sport e Salute,” that was created at the start of 2019 to run the country’s sports finances.
A month before the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Giulio Regeni, an Italian academic who was tortured and killed in Egypt, Italy delivered a frigate to Egypt.
Giuseppe Conte's government has survived a no-confidence vote in the Italian Senate after winning a similar vote in the lower house on Monday.
"This is going to remain a fragile government based on a rather brittle majority," said political scientist Giovanni Orsina
Rather than intrepid animals scaling the building to walk on the roof, it seems the creatures walked across the terracottas when they were originally made.
The play will be performed for one night only when theatres are allowed to reopen across Italy.
Foreign tourism in Italy dropped by 68.6% in 2020
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After two months of closed classrooms, Italian primary, middle and secondary school students return to the classrooms. But 50% of older student will still have to rely on distance learning.
In the Tuscan coastal city of Livorno, a social project matches young migrants with elderly residents in need of help or companionship.