More of the blessings of mass immigration from the Muslim world:
Italy has slashed the time it takes to get a divorce to six months from three years in the latest sign of the Catholic Church's waning influence over life and politics here.
After 90 minutes of explaining how he built Blastingnews.com from the obscure content arm of an insurance price comparison website into Italy’s third most popular newspaper, Andrea Manfredi changes tack. What, he asks, could possibly go wrong with this company that has in the space of little more than two years, [...]
The famous Italian writer and film director Mario Soldati once proclaimed: “If wine is the poetry of the earth, grappa is its soul.” If that doesn’t pique your interest in Italy’s signature spirit, nothing will. Back in the day, grappa...Show More Summary
Here's something you don't see everyday. On Friday, shares of Italy's second-largest bank Intesa Sanpaolo spiked lower abruptly after an email was sent around that said the company's CEO was stepping down. Except this was a hoax. According...Show More Summary
New information out today about a guy who flew to Italy to join a terror cell bent on committing massive acts of terrorism in 2010 – perhaps even targeting the Vatican. Acts that, as we now obviously know – never materialized.
Lionel Messi 's return to top form is reportedly down to the advice of a nutritionist named Giuliano Poser, and the Argentinian went to Italy to see him on Thursday, reports Sport. Poser, according to the paper, "is one of the best at...Show More Summary
On Friday morning, Italian police arrested 18 people in seven regions of the country on suspicion of having links with the al-Qaeda terrorist organization. Law enforcement officers tracked down a terrorist network based in Sardinia said to be related to al-Qaeda, as part of a large-scale counter-terrorist operation.
The radicals are also suspected in a bomb attack in a Pakistani market that killed more than 100 people.
(Reapeats with no changes to text) ROME, April 24 (Reuters) - People being investigated in a counter-terrorism investigation in Italy may have been planning an attack against the Vatican, one of the prosecutors leading the probe said...Show More Summary
Italian police say they have taken down a terror cell comprised of businessmen who financed al-Qaeda from Sardinia. Counterterrorism agents arrested 18 Pakistani and Afghan nationals in seven provinces today in "one of the most important operations we ever conducted," the lead investigator tells NBC News. "We are talking people...
ROME (Reuters) - Terrorism suspects under investigation in Italy may have been planning an attack against the Vatican, one of the prosecutors leading the probe said on Friday.
French train manufacturer Alstom has received two contracts worth approximately €170m from Italian train operator Trenitalia to deliver 25 additional Jazz regional trains.
Policy say arrest orders issued for 18 people in Sardinia for alleged involvement in deadly 2009 Peshawar bombing.
The Tripoli insurrectionist islamic "government" is demanding that any response (to thousands of people being launched onto the sea to take their chances in return for millions of dollars mulcted from them and their (extended) families) should be negotiated with Tripoli first. Show More Summary
Eighteen people have been arrested in Italy as part of an ongoing operation against an al-Qaeda affiliated network, local police said Friday.
CATANIA, Italy (Reuters) - The presumed captain of a migrant boat that sank off Libya with the loss of more than 700 lives appeared before an Italian judge on Friday after prosecutors asked that he be charged with homicide and people-trafficking.
You know what really stimulates the appetite? Prison -or at least it must be given that there are at least two different prison-themed restaurants, one in China and one in Italy. Not a big fan of prison food? How about a truly gourmet...Show More Summary
They're among 18 suspected Islamic militants targeted by police there after allegedly seeking to topple Pakistan's gov't and staging attacks there
Italian police said Friday they were making arrests of 18 suspected Islamic extremists, including two purported bodyguards for Osama bin Laden, who allegedly staged attacks in Pakistan and sought to topple the Pakistani government.