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Italian surgeon convicted over windpipe transplants
"There is nothing to suggest that he was unaware that the operation would cause severe bodily harm and long and severe suffering," the court said in a statement.
Stolen artefacts recovered by police go on display in new Rome museum
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Winning 2022's Siena Creative Photo Awards' overall prize is Portuguese photographer André Boto. We look through some of the highlights from this year's selection.
'Life that was': Experts restore historic synagogues in Venice ghetto
Venice’s ghetto dates from 1516 when the republic forced the city's Jewish residents into isolation in the district where the old foundries, or “geti”, had been located.
Tens of thousands gather in Rome for the return of Pride celebrations
Colourful displays for the first Pride event since the COVID-19 pandemic drew large crowds in support of Italy's LGBTI+ community and the country's minorities.
Bodies of seven victims found after helicopter crash in northern Italy
Four Turkish and two Lebanese businessmen were among the victims.
Tourists damage Rome’s Spanish Steps for the second time in a month
In the last month, tourists have driven cars and e-scooters down Rome’s iconic Spanish Steps causing expensive damage.
Italy seizes over four tons of cocaine linked to Colombian Gulf Clan
The haul is reported to be one of the largest-ever drug busts in Europe with an estimated street value of €240 million.
Azure lakes and quaint villages: This is Switzerland’s ‘little Italy’
Just over an hour's drive from Milan or a panoramic train and ferry journey south from Lucerne, Ticino is Switzerland's very own little Italy.
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Italy is now restriction-free after dropping all entry rules
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These bees are helping Italy's Carabinieri police fight pollution
The Carabinieri military police in Italy are famed for fighting the country's toughest and most dangerous criminals. But now they are turning to bees to tackle air pollution in cities.
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Draghi's 2nd phone call with Putin shows Italy's effort for dialogue
Draghi's phone call with Putin shows Italy's effort to encourage dialogue and avoid a humanitarian crisis, reports Euronews' Giorgia Orlandi.
Exclusive: Venice backtracks on its much-needed overtourism tax
Just weeks before the entry system was meant to come into force, authorities have made a u-turn.
Four luxury hotels helping to save the bees this World Bee Day
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Young women used in love scam to trick elderly men out of €1 million
The women would often enter into a physical relationship with their victims before convincing them to part with their money, said police.
Five sailors drown after tugboat sinks off Italian coast of Bari
The vessel had been heading for Albania when it sank, according to the Italian coast guard.
Meet the Italian artisan who turns feathers into fashion
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Florence bar fined €1,000 after police called over 'expensive' coffee
The customer had been annoyed at having to pay €2 for an espresso.