You are here:
Italian government
#

Italian government

Get Alerts

Wire

Aug 17, 2014

Benito Mussolini's villa to be sold by Greek government

It was built as a holiday home for a dictator. But now a villa designed for Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini, is being sold off by the cash-strapped Greek government...

Aug 30, 2014

Why Italys stagnation could be the future for the entire eurozone

Monetary reform alone cant kickstart the European economy. It needs something more radical This summer Italy fell into a triple-dip recession. After the 2008/09 collapse, the economy stagnated, heading back into recession during 2011 and never really... #Mario Draghi #Mario Monti #Giulio Tremonti #European Union #Europe #Italy #European Monetary Union

Aug 30, 2014

A portrait of Federica Mogherini, the EU's next foreign policy chief

Critics claim she lacks high-level experience, but Italy's foreign minister is not lacking in knowledge and self-assurance In late November 2012, while Matteo Renzi was making an ill-fated bid for leadership of the Italian centre-left, a young MP fro... #European Union #Europe #Le Monde #Italy

Aug 18, 2014

Nassau faulted on language services

Major Nassau County departments still aren't providing non-English-speaking residents with interpreters or translated documents as promised by executive orders signed last year, advocates charged Monday. About two dozen people from immigrant rights a... #Nassau County, NY #Suffolk County, NY #Long Island, NY #Mineola, NY

Aug 11, 2014

Obama's vacation again interrupted by foreign policy crises

Foreign policy crises have a way of intruding on President Barack Obama's Martha's Vineyard vacations. Obama's last three summer sojourns to this Massachusetts island have coincided with tumult primarily in the Middle East and North Africa, as well a... #Israel #Iraq #Massachusetts #Middle East #Barack Obama #Libya #Hamas #North Africa #Petro Poroshenko #Muammar al-Qaddafi #Nouri al-Maliki

Aug 18, 2014

Opinion: Africa goes medieval in its fight against Ebola

As the Ebola epidemic claims new victims at an ever-increasing rate, African governments in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia have instituted a "cordon sanitaire," deploying troops to forcibly isolate the inhabitants in an area containing most of the ... #Europe #Africa #Sierra Leone #Liberia #Mobutu Sese Seko #New Republic #Republic of Guinea

Aug 11, 2014

Foreign policy crises intrude on Obama vacations

(AP) -- Foreign policy crises have a way of intruding on President Barack Obama's Martha's Vineyard vacations. Obama's last three summer sojourns to this Massachusetts island have coincided with tumult primarily in the Middle East and North Africa, a... #Israel #Iraq #Massachusetts #Middle East #Barack Obama #Libya #Hamas #North Africa #U.S. Senate #Petro Poroshenko #Muammar al-Qaddafi #U.S. Democratic Party

Aug 15, 2014

Italian coalition government's tensions rise over immigration issues

Angelino Alfano of New Centre-Right says Mare Nostrum humanitarian operation shouldn't be allowed to last two years Continue reading..... #Europe #Italy

Aug 12, 2014

Italy's troubles weigh on eurozone

(AP) -- Italy is standing out as the European economy's problem child. Again. Other countries that used to be the bearers of bad news -- Spain, Greece, Ireland, Portugal -- are slowly healing from the debt crisis that ravaged the currency union for m... #Canada #Europe #United Kingdom #European Central Bank #Mario Draghi

Aug 08, 2014

Etihad buys 49 percent of loss-making Alitalia

(AP) -- Fast-growing Etihad Airways took effective control of Italy's loss-making national carrier Alitalia on Friday, injecting 560 million euros ($750 million) in a deal that will see the Gulf airline gain access to one of Europe's major markets. E... #Europe #Alitalia #Jet Airways #Seychelles #Aer Lingus