Prosecutors confirms that Italy's far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini refused to allow more than 100 rescued Diciotti migrants off a coastguard ship in August
Italy Interior Minister faces an investigation over 'illegal confinement, illegal arrest and abuse of power'
(UPDATED) Italy threatens to pull its funding for the EU as a 'compensatory measure' if the bloc refused to come forward and help with relocating the migrants
(3rd UPDATE) More than half of the families of the victims refuse to take part in a state funeral with some preferring a more intimate funeral, while others announce a boycott
The chance of finding survivors at this stage is slim and the unstable mountains of debris make the search operation dangerous
(UPDATED) The government says it intended to revoke the contract of Autostrade per l'Italia, a private sector company owned by Atlantia, and slap it with a fine of 150 million euros ($170 million)
(4th UPDATE) Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says the official count stands at 25 dead but that the toll could rise as rescuers search through the tangled wreckage
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The apartment units of these 3 Filipino families 'were damaged by the blast,' says the Department of Foreign Affairs
The blast engulfs the area with flames and black smoke and causes a bridge to partially collapse. The explosion occurs near Borgo Paginale to the west of the city, close to Bologna airport, the Italian fire service says on Twitter.
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The new standoff kicks in just hours after 67 migrants were allowed to disembark from an Italian coast guard ship in Sicily late Thursday
The actor has been taken to a hospital for treatment after hurting his leg
Italy's hardline Interior Minister Matteo Salvini says that the NGO's boat had reached the migrants' vessel before Libyan coastguards inside Libya's rescue operation zone
Italy's new hardline Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has vetoed joint conclusions for the entire agenda of the summit in Brussels until his demands are met
EU President Donald Tusk warns on the eve of the summit that time is running out for leaders to reassure their citizens that they can control migration before authoritarian politicians win the 'high-stakes' debate
Coach Joachim Loew says the Germans deserve to crash out of the World Cup
Malta – which is also refusing to take in the boat in a new diplomatic standoff with Italy – nevertheless says it had sent in humanitarian supplies
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(UPDATED) Among the passengers are 450 men and 80 women – at least 7 of them pregnant – as well as 89 adolescents and 11 children under the age of 13, figures released by the Valencian authorities show
Italy's new populist government and Malta has refused to let Aquarius dock in their ports, accusing each other of failing to meet their humanitarian and EU commitments
The report says children complained about being 'physically and verbally abused, and detained overnight in cells without food, water or blankets and with no access to an official guardian,' all contrary to French and EU law
Rome summons France's ambassador over Macron's comments and suggests a planned meeting between Macron and Italian President Giuseppe Conte in Paris on Friday could be cancelled unless Paris issues an 'official apology'
Italy's new economy minister shelves a meeting with his French counterpart in Paris as their countries trade barbs over the treatment of more than 600 migrants rescued off the Libyan coast at the weekend
The petite Italian recalls that they used to finish 20th in the competition just like the Philippines
"The good God put Malta closer to Africa than Sicily," said the nationalist Salvini, as a new wave of migrants rescued in the Mediterranean prepared to land in Italy.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's first task after winning the confidence of parliament is to travel to the G7 summit in Canada, where he will make his debut in international politics barely a fortnight after arriving on the domestic scene
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte – a little known lawyer and political novice – announces his picks for the country's future cabinet after meeting with President Sergio Mattarella
Fresh elections are now looming as the most likely outcome of the long-running political saga sparked by an inconclusive poll in March
The bodies of Italian striker Federico Zini and former girlfriend Elisa Amato were found in a car in a suspected murder-suicide in Tuscany, Italy
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi suggests that Buffon can replace the French club's no. 1 goalkeeper Alphonse Areola
Pirlo could have a future role in the federation and is considering coaching
New Italy coach Roberto Mancini recalls the Nice striker to the national football team in a bid to turn the country's fortunes around
Italian forward Mario Balotelli is expected to reunite with his former Man City and Inter Milan coach
It means that Berlusconi would be able to again run for prime minister if coalition negotiations fail and new elections are called. However, it may be too late for him.
Doctors have removed the ventilator support of British boy Alfie Evans, who suffers from a rare neurological disease, but he has continued breathing independently for more than a day
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Messi suffers a groin strain from training the day before the friendly
Though the country was plunged into uncertainty on election night, with no party or coalition obtaining the votes to form a government, the far-right League surged in the polls.
Tensions between far-right and anti-fascist activists mar a gloomy campaign dominated by fears about immigration and economic malaise
In Italy, prosecutors have suggested that the 'Ndrangheta may have been behind the killing of Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova
(2nd UPDATE) 6 people including 'persons of color' have allegedly been injured, with 4 of them seriously hurt, in what local media calls a racially motivated attack
(UPDATED) The regional train was enroute from the town of Cremona to the center of Italy's economic capital
Nearly 1,000 people have been rescued and brought to Italy since the start of the year, down 60% on arrivals registered in the same period last year
The acquisition would see Ferrero become the third-largest sweets producer in the United States behind Hershey and Mars
The art of the 'pizzaiuolo' joins UNESCO's list of 'intangible heritage,' securing the coveted status alongside a host of cultural treasures
The film festival lauded 'Imago' director Raymund Ribay Gutierrez
Naples' candidacy for pizza twirling has created a buzz in the southern Italian city where the art has been handed down for generations
The ruling is the latest chapter in the scandal involving Karima El-Mahroug who the veteran politician was accused of paying for sex