Photographer Chiara Negrello documented Ukrainian caregivers in Italy as they try to stay connected to family back home during the ongoing war.
Thousands of migrants have drowned while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa to Europe. The dangerous journey does not deter many more from the risky crossing.
The proposal, which passed 155-115 with two abstentions in the Chamber of Deputies, now goes to the Senate, where Premier Giorgia Meloni's right-wing forces also have a comfortable majority.
The Ocean Viking has been impounded, as Italy targets charity groups that operate vessels in the Mediterranean Sea looking for migrants and refugees in distress.
An Italian tribunal convicted 207 people on charges related to their membership in an Italian crime syndicate that is one of the world's most powerful, extensive and wealthy drug-trafficking groups.
A bus carrying dozens of people plummeted 50 feet, causing a fiery crash that killed 21 people and injured at least 15, mostly foreign tourists returning to a nearby campsite.
Some 12,000 migrants — more than twice the population of this island — arrived in a single week this month. Islanders showed compassion, but prefer that any newcomers leave as quickly as possible.
The measures approved by the Cabinet focused on migrants who don't qualify for asylum and are slated to be repatriated to their home countries.
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The identification was made using photographic comparisons, Italian Carabinieri said in a press release. The statement did not provide the name of the suspect nor his whereabouts.
A fresco discovered at the Pompeii archaeological site looks like a pizza, but it's not, experts say. Tomatoes and mozzarella were not available when the fresco was painted some 2,000 years ago.
The Rome (Italy) Chamber Music Festival — the festival founded by Macon’s Robert McDuffie 20 years ago — began Monday.
The media mogul turned prime minister left a mark on popular culture, while his coarseness and constant legal woes trashed political norms and tainted Italy's image in the world.
Italian officials convened crisis talks last week to address the price of pasta, which was up a whopping 17.5% year-over-year in March. But it's far from the only country seeing a rise in food prices.
The police operation, coordinated by European Union judicial cooperation agency Eurojust, aimed to dismantle a network that includes the 'ndrangheta, Colombian drug producers and paramilitary groups.