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Italy - Factors to watch on March 28 - Times of India


Italy - Factors to watch on March 28
Times of India
The Italian Treasury said on Monday it would issue new BTP, CCTeu and CTZ bonds expiring, respectively, in June 2020, October 2024 and May 2019 in the second quarter of the year. Treasury sells 2.0-2.5 billion euros CTZ bonds due Dec. 28, 2018.

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Italy's Horrific Suitcase Murder Mystery Takes a Troubling Twist - Daily Beast


Daily Beast

Italy's Horrific Suitcase Murder Mystery Takes a Troubling Twist
Daily Beast
The cruise that Yinglei and Belling were on with their young children, aged 6 and 4, had docked in Civitavecchia, on the other side of Italy. The cruise did stop at a Greek port, but if Belling had, as authorities hypothesize, stuffed his wife into a ...
Body of woman found floating in suitcase at Italian marina is not missing Irish mum, autopsy findsIrish Mirror
Body found in suitcase in Italian port of RiminiBBC News
Body found in Italy is unlikely to be missing Dublin-based womanIrish Times
The Irish Sun -Irish Independent
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Italy comes to Kings Food Markets March 31 to April 9 - NorthJersey.com


NorthJersey.com

Italy comes to Kings Food Markets March 31 to April 9
NorthJersey.com
Drop by Kings Food Markets in the next few weeks for a taste of Italy. From March 31 to April 9, the food store is hosting a “Pizza Italia” event, during which shoppers can sample foods from Italy (balsamic vinegar, jarred cherries, Tuscan egg pasta ...


Italy, Greece reach migrant saturation point, Italy says some NGO boats work with smugglers - Fox News


Fox News

Italy, Greece reach migrant saturation point, Italy says some NGO boats work with smugglers
Fox News
More than 80 percent – 16,248 -- of that staggering number arrived in Italy, the second largest-number went to Greece and the third-largest to Spain. Greek Migration Policy Minister Yannis Mouzalas said that his nation is not able to absorb any more ...

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Nearly 1200 migrants picked up off Libya, heading to Italy - Citizen TV (press release)


Citizen TV (press release)

Nearly 1200 migrants picked up off Libya, heading to Italy
Citizen TV (press release)
Nearly 1,200 migrants picked up off Libya, heading to Italy A migrant reacts on being rescued by the MV Aquarius, after 191 people and two corpses were recovered Friday Jan. 13, 2017, from international waters in the Mediterranean Sea about 22 miles ...
One dead as 1000 migrants rescued off LibyaThe Local Italy

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Robb Report VIPs Experience the Best of Italy During Curated Visit - Robb Report


Robb Report

Robb Report VIPs Experience the Best of Italy During Curated Visit
Robb Report
The indulgent flavors, pastoral vistas, exquisite handmade goods, and preserved art and architecture of Italy have long been revered and romanticized by discerning world travelers and those who appreciate the finer things in life. During the autumn of ...

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Italy Ruling in Rape Case Triggers Outrage - Newser


Newser

Italy Ruling in Rape Case Triggers Outrage
Newser
The Post notes that it's not the first controversial judgment in Italy involving sexual assault. In 1999, a high court famously threw out a rape conviction because the young victim wore tight jeans. (Ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi once said Italy was facing ...
Italian judge acquits sexual assault offender because woman didn't scream during alleged attackThe Sydney Morning Herald
Italy sex case dropped because woman 'did not scream'BBC News
Italy to Probe Rape Case After Man Acquitted Because Woman Didn't ScreamDaily Beast

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Pompeii Before the Point-and-Shoot: The Earliest Photographs of Italy - Hyperallergic


Hyperallergic

Pompeii Before the Point-and-Shoot: The Earliest Photographs of Italy
Hyperallergic
Paradise of Exiles: Early Photography in Italy at the Metropolitan Museum of Art begins with the first photographic images to arrive in Italy, a delicate 1839–40 album of botanical negative images sent by William Henry Fox Talbot to botanist Antonio ...


Gianluigi Donnarumma can match Italy legend Gianluigi Buffon - Romagnoli - ESPN FC


ESPN FC

Gianluigi Donnarumma can match Italy legend Gianluigi Buffon - Romagnoli
ESPN FC
Italy defender Alessio Romagnoli says that Gianluigi Buffon is the best goalkeeper ever, but believes Gianluigi Donnarumma can go on to have a similar career to the 39-year-old. Donnarumma is set to become the youngest goalkeeper to start for his ...

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Bond investors begin to scratch their Italian itch - Financial Times


Financial Times

Bond investors begin to scratch their Italian itch
Financial Times
Selling short bonds of the eurozone's third-largest economy had become so popular that non-debt specialists had started to notice, and rising borrowing costs for the Italian government were a sign of a spreading crisis which was to entangle several ...

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Panel tells Vatican to react 'directly and compassionately' to sex abuse victims

A panel advising Pope Francis on child protection has called on the Vatican to react "directly and compassionately" to letters from victims of clerical sex abuse, reviving an issue that unleashed a storm just weeks ago.


Four of Rome's public buses have burst into flames this month

A public bus burst into flames in the early hours of Monday morning - the fourth such incident in less than a month.


Carnival float runs over teen in northern Italy

A 19-year-old woman has been hospitalized in serious condition after being run over by a carnival float in northern Italy.


Woman arrested for damaging Pantheon's ancient candelabra

A woman who severely damaged two ancient candelabra in Rome's Pantheon has been arrested, police said on Sunday.


IN PICTURES: Politicians and protesters over the weekend in Rome

The weekend saw leaders from across Europe arrive in the Italian capital to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.


One dead as 1,000 migrants rescued off Libya

One woman was found dead while aid groups said on Sunday around 1,000 migrants were rescued overnight off the Libyan coast, the latest victim among growing numbers seeking to reach Europe.


Pope goes to Milan region to rally for those in need

Pope Francis went to Milan on Saturday where he met families on a working-class housing estate and visited a prison before celebrating mass for hundreds of thousands of faithful in nearby Monza.


Italian troops use winter to bolster Afghan army against Taliban

The target is behind a slope, the advance is unprotected: crawl, fire! Italian instructors in western Afghanistan have been using the relatively quiet winter to bolster Afghan troops against the Taliban.


EU leaders head to Rome for 60th anniversary

European Union leaders will renew their vows on the 60th anniversary of the troubled bloc's founding treaties Saturday at a special summit in Rome designed to show unity despite Britain's looming divorce.


OPINION: 'Sexism among women is still sexism. It's time to stop dragging each other down'

Like many Italians, actress and director Maria Beatrice Alonzi was shocked when state broadcaster Rai devoted a programme last week to discussing the appeal of Eastern European women. In an opinion piece for The Local, she explains why she believes it's important to talk not only about misogyny, but about woman-on-woman sexism.


A Libyan court has suspended an anti-people-smuggling deal with Italy

A Tripoli court has suspended a deal between Libya and Italy to limit irregular migration to Europe, the unity government's justice ministry said.


Iconic Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida loses 'fake marriage' case against Spanish husband

Gina Lollobrigida, the iconic Italian actress, has lost her court battle to prove she was tricked into marrying her former Spanish boyfriend, who is 34 years her junior.


These are the security measures in place in Rome this weekend

Security is on maximum alert in Rome, following an attack in London on Wednesday and ahead of the arrival of 40 European heads of state and government to mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome over the weekend.


Italy's 'Art Squad' charges hoarder of rare Roman coins

Italy's 'Art Squad', the police force tasked with protecting the country's priceless cultural heritage, has confiscated rare Roman coins and other historical artefacts from a private residence.


Around 250 feared drowned in Mediterranean boat sinkings

Over 250 African migrants were feared drowned in the Mediterranean on Thursday after a charity's rescue boat found five corpses close to two sinking rubber dinghies off Libya.


'The beauty, music and people of Salento keep me coming back for more'

When Audrey Fielding first came to Puglia, she was expecting "a barren landscape", based on what she's heard and read. Instead, she found vibrant towns, chatty locals, a rich culture and delicious food that kept her coming back year after year.


French and British volunteers arrested for giving food to migrants in Italy

A British and two French volunteers were arrested in Italy while distributing food to migrants which is banned in the town of Ventimiglia near the border with France, their association and police said on Thursday.


Take a drone tour of Italy with these 13 stunning videos

There are plenty of beautiful places to explore in Italy, and now you can take a tour of the country from the comfort of your sofa. These 13 stunning drone videos will provide beautiful inspiration for travellers - armchair or otherwise.


Police dismantle suspected terror cell in Italy

Italy on Thursday dismantled a terror cell which spread jihadist ideology over social media, the national police force said.


Fury in Sicily over mafia-themed tourist tours

A travel agency in Sicily offering a 'mafia tour' has found itself in the firing line after local authorities and relatives of victims slammed it for glorifying organized crime.


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