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Feb 07, 2017
Donald Trump gets taste of his own medicine with Europe's hilarious take on 'America First'Pretty much all of Europe has a lot to say about Donald Trump's 'America First' slogan
Jan 26, 2017
Final toll for Italy avalanche stands at 29 as recovery endsThe final death toll from Italy's devastating avalanche stands at 29 after the final bodies were pulled out of the rubble of a hotel crushed by tons of snow, firefighters said today. Firefighters issued the update after a week of search efforts at the isolated Hotel Rigopiano in central Italy
Jan 21, 2017
Italy bus crash: 16 Hungarian students killed, 26 injured in fiery accident on highwayA bus carrying Hungarian school students home from a skiing trip to France slammed into a highway barrier in northern Italy and caught fire, killing at least 16 people, police said Saturday
Jan 18, 2017
Premier League: Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri hopes Chelsea win titleLeicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is hoping fellow Italian Antonio Conte wins the English Premier League title with current leaders Chelsea.
Jan 04, 2017
Serie A: Juventus sign Venezuela captain Tomas Rincon from rivals GenoaJuventus have signed Venezuela captain Tomas Rincon from Serie A rivals Genoa, the Italian champions said on Tuesday, in an attempt to boost their midfield.
Dec 30, 2016
Berlin attack: Suspected attacker Anis Amri was heading towards Rome, says Italian mediaSuspected Berlin truck attacker Anis Amri considered heading to Rome before finally plumping for Milan where police shot him dead, Italian media reported on Friday.
Dec 23, 2016
Berlin market attack suspect killed in shootout in Milan: Italian minister Marco MinnitiOn Friday, the Tunisian man suspected of carrying out the Berlin truck attack was shot dead by police in Milan Friday, Italian media reported, citing security sources.
Dec 17, 2016
AgustaWestland scam: Italy's highest court suspends Finmeccanica ex-boss's corruption sentenceItaly's highest court has suspended a sentence handed earlier this year to the former boss of aerospace and defence group Finmeccanica, Giuseppe Orsi, for false accounting and corruption in connection with the sale of 12 luxury helicopters to India, Italian media reported.
Dec 13, 2016
Italian PM unveils new government, but centre-right ally threatens to quit | ReutersBy Crispian Balmer and Antonella Cinelli | ROME ROME New Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni unveiled his government on Monday, keeping almost all former ministers in place in a move aimed at reassuring financial markets.But a small centre-right party that had supported the previous premier, Matteo Renzi, said it might not back the new government, raising doubts over whether Gentiloni will have the numbers in parliament to form a majority.In a rapid transfer of power from Renzi, who quit last week after losing a Dec. 4 referendum on constitutional reform, Gentiloni took just a day to put his team together."I've done my best to form this government as quickly as possible," Gentiloni, 62, told reporters after presenting his list of ministers to President Sergio Mattarella.Gentiloni, who was Renzi's foreign minister, said he would follow policies similar to those of his predecessor and urge the European Union to be more "growth-oriented".He also pledged particular attention to the under-developed south which voted overwhelmingly against Renzi in the referendum, creating a minister for the region
Dec 11, 2016
Italian Foreign Minister Gentiloni tries to form government | ReutersBy Isla Binnie and Antonella Cinelli | ROME ROME Italian President Sergio Mattarella asked Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Sunday to try to form a new government, giving him a mandate to lead Italy out of a political crisis caused by the resignation of Matteo Renzi.Gentiloni, a 62-year-old former journalist and Renzi loyalist, is set to be Italy's fifth prime minister in as many years and the fourth in a row to take office without winning a national election.He immediately began consultations with politicians to form a government which will have the pressing tasks of writing a new electoral law and propping up Italy's fragile banks. "I am aware of the urgent need to give Italy a government with full powers, to reassure our fellow citizens, to confront our international, economic and social priorities with the maximum commitment and determination," he said minutes after Mattarella conferred the mandate.Italy's social and political divisions were laid bare during campaigning for a Dec. 4 referendum on constitutional reform which was roundly rejected, prompting Renzi to resign because he had staked his job on it