Italy’s foreign minister said yesterday he had asked the United Nations for an investigation into the killing of its ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo in an ambush.
Former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi was formally sworn in as Italy’s new prime minister on Saturday, against the backdrop of the deadly coronavirus pandemic and a crippling recession.
Giuseppe Conte was set to resign after weeks of turmoil in his ruling coalition.
Italy’s Olympic Committee CONI sent out a warning on Monday that the country may be sanctioned by the IOC for not respecting the sporting body’s independence.
Tunisia arrests its environment minister over waste containers shipped from Italy.
Millions of people in England and Italy will celebrate Christmas under tough restrictions.
At its 53rd Foreign Ministers’ Meeting last September, Asean, with the support of all member States, endorsed Italy’s candidature as a development partner.
EU expresses hope that it could start vaccinating people as early as next year.
Two people died in Italy and eight were missing in France on Saturday after storms, torrential rain and flash floods battered the border area, washing away roads and houses, cutting off whole villages and triggering landslips, as hundreds of rescuers raced to find stranded survivors.
Italy recorded almost 50 percent more fatalities in March than usual, according to new official data showing that the real coronavirus death toll could be far higher than the 29,000 reported.
Italy and New York laid out partial reopening plans as marked decreases in deaths.
Italy’s ban on saying goodbye to dying family members or friends plunges many into despair — but they continue to hope humane regulations.
Police move to protect supermarkets in Sicily after reports of looting by locals.
Is Italy, one rung of society looks to win big: organised crime.
Italy imposed unprecedented nationwide restrictions on its 60 million people on Tuesday to control the deadly coronavirus.
The global solidarity the WHO has repeatedly called for should not fall on deaf ears, lest China’s remarkable efforts to contain the virus prove to be of no purpose because others have not heeded the warnings.
The surge in the number of new coronavirus cases in Italy hit sporting events.
Italy’s anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the centre-left Democratic Party clinched a deal Wednesday to form a new government and stave off elections in the eurozone’s third largest economy, though some uncertainties remained.
Italian President Sergio Mattarella began two days of talks with parties on Wednesday to seek a way out of a political crisis that will lead to formation of the country’s 67th government since World War Two or early elections.
The United Nations criticized Italy on Monday for its hostility towards refugee rescue ships. The comments came amid raised tensions between Berlin and Rome regarding the detention of German Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete.
Maurizio Sarri is set to return to Italy to take the vacant managerial role at Juventus and bring the curtain down on a fretful one-year stay at Chelsea.
Italy is suffering from an “epidemic” of racism inside soccer stadiums.
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Europe has injected new impetus for expanded China-Europe cooperation.
Chinese President Xi Jinping leaves the Italian capital of Rome.
An ageing population and struggling state finances could turn into an unlikely boon.
Illegal border crossings at Europe’s external borders fell to the lowest level in 5 years.
28 people are injured in Sicily’s earthquake triggered by the eruption of Mount Etna.
At least 6.3 million foreign tourists are expected to travel to Italy over Christmas.
With the future of the EU-UK relationship shrouded in uncertainty and crises brewing in France, Italy, and elsewhere, 2019 will be another difficult year for Europe.
Libya’s UN-backed PM Fayez Serraj and his Italian counterpart met in Tripoli.