Italians go to the polls on 24-25 February to vote in an early election, which could determine whether Italy heads out of deep recession or drags
The 61-year-old leader of the Italian Left, Pier Luigi Bersani, is a former Communist from a staunchly Catholic family and the son of a petrol
Two years ago, one of Italy’s most powerful crime groups, the ‘Ndrangheta, found some 40 of its associates put behind bars in the capital of the
Already known in front of the camera, the Italian actress Maria Grazia Cucinotta is also making her way in Hollywood as a film producer.
Young people in Italy are finding it more and more difficult to make their way into the job-market. Nationwide, unemployment is on the rise, and
He is one of the last icons of Italian cinema and theatre.
Franco Zeffirelli, who turns 90 this year, welcomes us inside his home.
Productivity is Italy’s biggest problem and will be the next government’s biggest challenge.
Industrial production is down, and labour
Ask any tourist, from New York to Beijing, to name an Italian monument. The answer will probably be the Colosseum. With nearly 2,000 years of
It’s time for a bit of cooking at a research Institute in Brindisi, Southern Italy.
The recipe is simple: a splashing of natural textiles, a good
Using waste to launder dirty money. That’s what Italian prosecutors believe is going on Romania. The money in question is the so-called treasure of
Renowned British conductor tells us about the enriching experience of working with Italian soprano Desirée Rancatore, his love for La Fenice opera
Italy’s biggest insurer Generali has ended the uncertainty over its strategy in Eastern Europe.
It has decided to take full control of GPH, the
As technology progresses, consumer habits change. Like many other electrical appliances, old television sets have become obsolete.
Italy is set to have a new government sooner than expected after Mario Monti said he would step down once the 2013 budget is approved. Insecurity
Hello and welcome to the first edition of The Global Conversation. Joining us today: French President François Hollande and Italian prime minister
Soldiers and armed police patrol the woods, the region’s walls sport angry-looking graffiti. Welcome to the Suse valley in Italy, where a transalpine
Egyptian telecoms magnate Naguib Sawiris has stepped up activity in the European telecoms market. He has expressed interest in Telecom Italia and is
Catch her while you can. Elusive, unapproachable, Martha Argerich is one of the world’s greatest pianists.
Italy’s best orchestra, the Orchestra
“Distinguished for his fair play, honesty and social commitment”: these are the reasons for which Italy manager Cesare Prandelli has recently been
World-famous conductor Gustavo Dudamel has reunited with his colleague Daniel Barenboim for a concert celebrating the maestro’s 70th birthday.
Twenty years ago Italians mourned the death of Giovanni Falcone, who fought effectively against the Mafia. But ever since then prosecutors have also
Ferrari president Luca Cordero di Montezemolo was in Paris for the World Automobile Fair.
Euronews spoke to him about the state of the car
Finmeccanica was boosted on Monday in Milan by a new offer on its energy unit.
The Italian defense systems specialist was up more than 5% at the
Matteo Manassero is a 19 year-old golfer from Verona, Italy and the youngest ever winner of a European Tour Open. In 2010, he won the Castelló
Corruption is thought to cost the EU 120 billion euros a year in lost revenue and it has helped fuel the economic crisis that has spiralled some