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Ancient Roman vessel discovered off Sicilian coast
Italian NGO calls on government to address overcrowded prisons
Italy's Marcell Jacobs sprints from unknown to Bolt’s successor
Marcell Jacobs won the 100 metres at the Tokyo Olympics to succeed Usain Bolt as The World’s Fastest Man.
Italian website for vaccination appointments targeted by hackers
Hackers attacked the IT systems behind COVID-19 vaccination appointments for the Lazio region.
Enrico Caruso film restored after 100 years
A day with a fisherman: Why it's one of the world's most dangerous job
Dramatic evacuations by sea as forest fires rage in Italy and Turkey
Six people - including a married couple - are now dead in Turkey.
Eurovision winning Italian rock band Maneskin honoured by the mayor of Rome
Eurovision winning Italian rock band Maneskin have been honoured by the mayor of Rome. The four members were given a small replica of Lupa, the she-wolf who as legend has it nursed and sheltered the twins Romulus and Remus and became a symbol of the city.
Parma is again Italy's Capital of Culture after COVID closures in 2020
After coronavirus restrictions shut down many cultural sites in #Parma in 2020, the city has maintained its status as the Italian Capital of Culture for 2021.
Mussels mafia? Italy arrests 18 for 'harvesting protected shellfish'
The group allegedly destroyed limestone formations with hammers to extract the molluscs, which can sell for as much as €200 per kilo on the black market.
Switzerland wants all-female teams to tackle its highest peaks
'Unprecedented disaster': Italy requests EU help over Sardinia fires
At least 10,000 hectares of vegetation have been burnt in western Sardinia because of wildfires and hundreds of people have had to be evacuated. France and Greece are both sending two firefighting planes to help.
The first Europe-made artificial heart has been implanted in Italy
Are European arms fuelling wars and conflicts worldwide?
Where do European-made weapons end up? How are current conflicts worldwide impacted by the Defence industries of EU Member States? We take a look at the Defence sector and those opposed to its exports strategies.
Italy to roll out COVID health pass for bars, restaurants and museums
It comes as the number of COVID-19 cases across Italy crossed the 5,000 mark on Thursday for the first time since May 21.
Driver killed after bus plunges from road on Italian island of Capri
Over Mediterranean, volunteer pilots search for migrants in danger
This year alone, the French pilots have accumulated over 500 flight hours over the Mediterranean searching the sea for migrant boats in danger.
Councillor for Italy's far-right League party shoots dead man
Ten people injured after gun fired at seaside nightclub in Italy
Ten people suffered minor injuries after a gun was fired at a seaside nightclub in Taranto, southern Italy.
The European fishermen in need of a safety net
Every year dozens of European fishermen die at sea. Hundreds get injured. What could be done to make this job safer? We take a look at the life of fishermen and what is being done to protect them.
Preserving fish stocks to help save fishermen's lives
Reducing the hours fishermen spend at sea could be beneficial to depleted fishing stocks and help with their fatigue that is often the cause of accidents at sea. Ocean talks to a trade unionist in Emilia-Romagna to see what is being done to protect fishermen and fish.
France arrests tenth former member of Italian Red Brigades in Paris
Could Bologna be about to get its first UNESCO world heritage site?
Italy is already home to 55 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Now Bologna is in with a chance of getting its first.
Pope Francis leaves hospital 10 days after colon surgery
Pope Francis was seen leaving the hospital on Wednesday, 10 days after undergoing planned surgery to remove half his colon.
Anger rises as uncollected rubbish leaves stench on streets of Rome
Residents and business owners are furious as the city's hot temperatures make the smell overwhelming.
‘The Maldives of Italy’: A guide to paradise beaches in Salento
Salento is a town on the heel of Italy, combining rich cultural heritage with stunning natural landscapes.