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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.
Italian PM calls for changes to EU treaties amid Ukraine war
Mario Draghi told MEPs on Tuesday that unanimity on foreign policy decisions needs to be revised.
Italians banned from overusing air con in a bid to save energy
‘Choose peace or air conditioning’ says Italian PM in the latest move away from Russian gas.
EU is seeking alternatives to break free from Russian fossil fuels
Brussels will unveil its strategy on Tuesday to find alternative energy sources.
Italy: Reform to ban politicians from returning to justice system
The government decided on various measures to limit magistrates' switching back and forth between their justice roles and politics, both on national and local levels.
Italy: Mattarella re-elected president in eighth round of voting
Prior to the Saturday evening session, Italian reps pleaded with Mattarella to run for his second seven-year term, fearing that the ongoing stalemate might hurt the country's international reputation.
Voting to choose Italy's next president goes into a fourth day
Beginning Thursday, a president can be elected with a simple majority, or 505 votes, raising the pressure on leaders to reach a deal.
Italy casts mostly blank ballots in 1st round of presidential election
Lawmakers and regional electors cast mostly blank ballots in the first round of Italy's presidential election amid a political stalemate.
Voting begins in Italian presidential election amid COVID-19 pandemic
Italy's next president will have an important role in acting as a neutral referee among the various parties — as Italy struggles to emerge from the pandemic — and will work to enact reforms to help the recovery and boost economic growth.
Unvaccinated banned from Italian bars, restaurants, public transport
The latest restriction comes as COVID-19 infections are soaring past 100,000 per day in the southern European country.
Draghi and Berlusconi among those touted as Italy's next president
Will it be 'competent and credible' Draghi, divisive Berlusconi or someone else?
Italy's 2021 in review: What do Italians think of the 'Draghi effect'?
Prime Minister Mario Draghi has been credited with restoring stability and confidence in the country, but if he were to step down to become President, the newfound enthusiasm may soon end.
Will a new French-Italian pact reshape Europe post-Merkel?
Paris and Rome signed a landmark cooperation pact on Friday after years of bitter disputes. Can Europe's new bromance steal the show from the French-German couple?
Protest against green pass in Italy
Protests erupted in Italy on Friday as a new anti-coronavirus measure went into effect requiring all workers, from magistrates to maids, to show a health pass to get into their place of employment.
Merkel meets Pope Francis and Draghi on farewell visit to Italy
Her meeting with the pope centred on the issues of migration, climate change and COVID-19.
'We need to be whipped into action': Draghi reacts to Greta speech
"Your pressure, frankly, is very welcome. Rest assured, we are listening," said Draghi.
COVID-19: Italian PM calls for EURO 2020 final to be moved out of UK
Mario Draghi told reporters on Monday that he wants "to ensure that the final of the European championship does not take place in a country where contagions are growing rapidly."
G20 leaders at Rome summit pledge more vaccines for poorer countries
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced 1.3 billion doses of vaccine will be delivered by Europe alone to low-income countries
Pope calls for incentives to boost Italy's ailing birth rate
The Supreme Pontiff called on the Italian government to create new opportunities for young people after the population shrank by more than 350,000 last year. But he's not the only religious leader making a case for increased fertility...
Fugitive Italian leftist militants attend first extradition hearing
The nine former members and supporters of the Red Brigades have been convicted of terror offences in Italy dating back to the 1970s and 80s.
How does Italy plan to spend its €222bn share of COVID recovery cash?
The country has the biggest share of the European Union's €750 billion pandemic recovery fund.
Italian PM slams ‘dictator’ Erdogan over von der Leyen chair incident
Mario Draghi said he was “very displeased by the humiliation” the EU Commission president suffered during her meeting with the Turkish president.
One year on, Italy remembers coronavirus victims
Footage of an army convoy snaking its way through Bergamo's roads on March 18th, 2020 remains one of the most heart-wrenching and iconic images of the pandemic
EU first as Italy blocks export of 250,000 COVID vaccines to Australia
The shipment is estimated to be around 250,000 doses.
With Draghi, Italy has a chance to set aside Conte’s economic misadventures ǀ View
In moments of acute crisis, Italy relies on apolitical technocrats to make difficult decisions and demonstrate the long-term thinking its elected politicians cannot. It thus falls to Draghi to craft Italy's recovery.
New Italy PM Mario Draghi easily wins vote of confidence in Senate
The new government of national unity, drawing together elements across Italy's political spectrum, is also expected to win a similar vote in the lower house of the Italian parliament.