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Italy: Toxic NaplesIndustrial sludge, all kinds of garbage and even nuclear waste... For years, organised crime dumped millions of tons of toxic waste on the outskirts of Naples. This contamination o...
Enrico Letta, former Italian Prime MinisterEnrico Letta's rapid rise to power was as unexpected as his downfall, which was prompted four months ago by his own party leader, the young and ambitious Matteo Renzi. In his...
Cash-strapped Italian govt puts luxury cars on eBayLuxury cars owned by the Italian state have gone up for auction on eBay in the latest effort by the country’s cash-strapped government to cut costs and respond to public demand for...
Can tax cuts save Italy's economy?Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has outlined €10 billion in tax cuts, part of a plan he says will help boost the country's struggling economy. It could be good news for ta...
Italy's €10bn bid to jumpstart the economyItaly’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi prepares to unveil details of a €10 billion plan to tackle unemployment and boost the economy. Meanwhile, European Finance Ministers remain at o...
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New Italian PM backed in second crucial voteItalian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi won a second crucial confidence vote in parliament on Tuesday night when lower-house MPs voted 378 to 220 in favour of his leadership.
Matteo Renzi sworn in as Italy’s new prime ministerMatteo Renzi, 39, became Italy’s youngest-ever prime minister after being sworn in on Saturday. Renzi unveiled his new cabinet on Friday.
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'US media misrepresents Sochi and Kiev'We look at the Kiev Post's coverage of continued bloodshed in Ukraine. And at the analysis in The Guardian. Canada's Globe and Mail and the Moscow Times focus on Putin...