• German rescue ship seized

    German rescue ship seized

    rome August 2, 2017 19:06 Hot Recent News

    The Italian authorities seized the Iuventa, the ship of the German aid organization 'Jugend Rettet' (JR) on Wednesday. The prosecutor of Trapani in Sicily decided to do so because JR is guilty of promoting illegal immigration. The crew would have taken on board migrants several times, escorted by Libyan smugglers and not in danger.

  • EU promises Italy more aid to refugees

    EU promises Italy more aid to refugees

    brussels July 26, 2017 06:18 Hot Recent News

    The European Union has given Italy more help in managing refugee flows on Tuesday. In a letter to Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, promised 100 million euros in addition to the 800 million that was already laid down.

  • Vatican fountains dry

    Vatican fountains dry

    rome July 25, 2017 11:24 Hot Recent News

    Rome has been burdened for some days under water scarcity. The need is so high that the Vatican has dried a hundred fountains. Nobody can remember that happened earlier.

  • Italian municipalities argue about 'terrorist'

    Italian municipalities argue about 'terrorist'

    rome July 22, 2017 15:03 Hot Recent News

    The Italian municipality of Sesto San Giovanni quarrel with Milan's great neighbor about costs incurred for preserving the body of the shot dead striker of Berlin, Anis Amri. Milan wants the smaller municipality to do so because the terrorist was living in Sesto San Giovanni.

  • Amatrice scared of earthquake

    Amatrice scared of earthquake

    rome July 22, 2017 13:15 Hot Recent News

    An earthquake has hunted the convulsions on Saturday the inhabitants of the area around the Italian Amatrice. Last year of August, a large part of the city destroyed 299 people. This time there were no damage or injury.

  • Roman gang leaders for years in cell

    Roman gang leaders for years in cell

    rome July 20, 2017 13:57 Hot Recent News

    An Italian court sentenced the heads of a mafia-like gang from Rome on Thursday to long imprisonment. Massimo Carminati, a former terrorist with right-wing sympathies and the nickname 'One Eye', has to enter the cell for twenty years. His companion Salvatore Buzzi got nineteen years.

  • Swirl storm surprised bathers at Rome

    Swirl storm surprised bathers at Rome

    rome July 16, 2017 18:21 Hot Recent News

    Through a whirlwind, 10 bathers on the beach at Ostia, near Rome, were injured on Sunday. Parasols and sunbeds were sucked in more than three hundred meters. According to an eyewitness, it was an 'apocalyptic scene.'

  • Last 7,000 migrants picked out of the sea

    Last 7,000 migrants picked out of the sea

    rome July 14, 2017 15:18 Hot Recent News

    Over the past few days, around 7000 migrants from the Mediterranean Sea have been saved. Already on Friday, the shipwreck Diciotti shipwrecked nearly 1500 rescued refugees to the port of Catania in Sicily, reported ANSA press agency.

  • Vatican suspects officials of eclipse

    Vatican suspects officials of eclipse

    vatican city July 13, 2017 14:21 Hot Recent News

    A Vatican tribunal has two former top officials of a children's hospital owned by the Vatican, accused of suspicion of money unloading. An amount of 422,000 euros in total would have disappeared. The money would be used in 2013 and 2014 to renovate the apartment of a powerful cardinal.

  • More than 100,000 migrants reached Europe

    More than 100,000 migrants reached Europe

    rome July 4, 2017 14:03 Hot Recent News

    Since the beginning of this year, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), more than 100,000 migrants have reached Europe by sea. Most of the refugees joined the Italian coasts, totaling 85,183. That was more than in the same period a year earlier (71,279), according to the Geneva-based organization on Tuesday.

  • Italy is banned from refugee boats

    Italy is banned from refugee boats

    rome June 28, 2017 18:09 Hot Recent News

    Italy threatens to no longer let ships of emergency aid agencies rescue refugees in the Mediterranean. The country wants other European countries to do more to shelter refugees, so Wednesday was heard from Italian government circles.

  • Emergency state due to water shortages in Italy

    Emergency state due to water shortages in Italy

    rome June 23, 2017 14:42 Hot Recent News

    Continuing heat leads to ever-increasing water shortages in Italy. In two provinces, the situation is so depressing that the government in Rome has proclaimed the state of emergency on Friday. Italian health is also at risk of high temperatures. For example, the cities of Bologna, Turin and Florence have been redone code for this weekend.

  • King says goodbye to President Italy

    King says goodbye to President Italy

    rome June 21, 2017 23:09 Hot Recent News

    King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima resigned from the Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Wednesday evening at Palazzo Colonna in Rome. That happened after a concert and reception that the royal couple offered their Italian host as a gratitude for hospitality during the state visit started on Tuesday. With the farewell, this visit is formally completed, even though there is another follow-up in Milan on Thursday and Friday.

  • King: Italy indispensable

    King: Italy indispensable

    rome June 20, 2017 11:54 Hot Recent News

    Italy is indispensable for 'stability, strength and resilience of Europe.' That was what King Willem-Alexander said on Tuesday during his first day his state visit to Italy.

  • State visit Italy began

    State visit Italy began

    rome June 20, 2017 09:09 Hot Recent News

    In the sizzling heat of Rome, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima have begun their four-day state visit to Italy on Tuesday. Upon arrival, the royal couple on the highest hill of the city was welcomed by President Matarella. In his residence, the Palazzo del Quirinale, the heads of state had an interview.

  • Merkel praises mentor Kohl

    Merkel praises mentor Kohl

    rome June 16, 2017 20:39 Hot Recent News

    Angela Merkel commemorated her old CDU mentor Helmut Kohl in a speech in Rome, where the German Chancellor has an interview with Pope Franciscus on Saturday. 'The Germans were very lucky with Kohl,' said Merkel. She also praises him as a big European.

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