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Achille Lauro strips his way to Eurovision 2022 with San Marino entry
Achille Lauro won the 'Una Voce per San Marino' competition, and will perform his song 'Stripper' at the Eurovision 2022 for San Marino
Eurovision 2021 countdown live stream still going strong in Rotterdam
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Protesters clash with Italian police over coronavirus restrictions
The protesters were angry over new restrictions announced to control the spread of COVID-19.
Turin lights up for Christmas with annual art installations
Since 1998 the Italian city has turned into an open-air art gallery during Luci d’artista (Artists’ Lights).
Turin firefighters handle blaze at UNESCO site Cavallerizza Reale
A portion of the roof collapsed after catching fire, firefighters said on Twitter.
Watch: Giant dictionary highlights Italian words at risk of disappeari
Words people have declared they would save include 'caspita' (golly) and 'perdinci' (by jingo).
Italy agrees to resume controversial Turin-Lyon high-speed rail link
It's an ambitious and highly-controversial engineering project that involves finishing a near 60 kilometre-long tunnel under the Alps.
Self-proclaimed fascist banned from Turin book fair after boycott call
Publishing house Altaforte, which was links to the neo-fascist Italian party CasaPound, has been banned from the Turin book fair after several authors joined a call to boycott the event.
Holocaust museum joins book fair boycott over 'fascist' publisher
Turin's book fair is under fire over links to Altaforte, the publisher of a book of interviews with right-wing populist Matteo Salvini.
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Troubled France-Italy high speed railway hits further major delay
The troubled high speed rail project between France and Italy has hit another delay - the Italian Prime Minister has put construction tenders for the scheme on hold.
Italy's prime minister halts project to build train line to France
The move is designed to calm a dispute over the project which had threatened to bring down the government.
Controversial Turin-Lyon railway divides Italy
The new tunnel is splitting opinion within Italy's new government and drawing criticism from protestors unhappy about high costs and environmental impact.
In conversation with Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
We sit down with the Italian collector, minutes before the opening of the new exhibition ‘Like a moth to a flame’ shown in Turin this November.
Who do Euronews journalists think will win the UEFA Champions League?
Euronews journalists gave their opinions on who will be victorious as Juventus and Real Madrid go head-to-head in the final of the UEFA Champions
The Corner: all good things come to an end
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Juventus through to Champions League final
Victory for Juventus against Monaco sends the Italians through to the final
Champions League: Juventus lead Monaco in semi-final
Monaco travel to Juventus for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final
Juventus eye Champions League final after 2-0 win at Monaco
Italian side were potent on the counter attack, with Gonzalo Higuain scoring both goals to set up a tough second leg for Monaco in Turin.
Barcelona praying for a miracle against Juventus
Barcelona are gearing up for their re-match with Juventus, praying for the win that will gain them a place in the Champions League semi finals.
Football players in Turin respond to call to help the homeless
A show of solidarity from two football stars in Turin in Italy.
People 'don't trust' Italian football, says corruption-tainted former Juventus chief
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Dortmund latest to qualify for Champion's League knockout stages
Dortmund qualify for next stage of Champions League, but Spurs lose at Wembley and Real Madrid are held in Warsaw in a six-goal thriller.
Juventus forward Higuain strikes winner against former club Napoli
Juventus stretched their lead at the top of the Serie A on Saturday by claiming a major scalp in the form of Napoli.
Turin celebrates Puccini's Boheme
Turin's Teatro Regio celebrates the first performance of "La Bohème", 120 years ago. We discuss this with Maestro Gianandrea Noseda
Inter Milan come from behind to beat Juventus at the San Siro
Inter Milan substitute Ivan Perisic secured a 2-1 win against champions Juventus as the hosts recorded their first Serie A victory over their arch rivals in eight…
Buffon and on as keeper signs contract to stay at Juve until 40
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has sigJned a three-year contract extension, which will keep him at the club until his 40th birthday.