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• La Scala to return over €3 million of Saudi money
Milan's La Scala will refund money it received from Saudi Arabia after anger over a deal which assured the country a place on the board, the world-famous opera house's president said on Monday.
• Italian word of the day: 'Senti'
Listen up, because you'll hear this word a lot.
• This weekend you can visit more than 1,000 of Italy's hidden cultural gems
On March 23rd and 24th, more than 1,000 sites that are usually off-limits to visitors will open their doors to celebrate Italy's hidden heritage.
• Inside Casa Verdi, Italy's retirement home for musicians
Nearly 120 years after Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi called it his "most beautiful work", ageing musicians still play out their days at his Casa Verdi retirement home.
• Chinese president to visit Italy as Rome backs 'Silk Road' deal
Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to Italy, Monaco and France this week, the foreign ministry said on Monday, with Rome expected to join his global trade infrastructure programme despite reservations in other European countries.
• Italy probes alleged poisoning of Berlusconi sex trial witness
Italy is investigating the mysterious death of a former model and witness at Silvio Berlusconi's sex trial, with a newspaper suggesting on Saturday she may have been poisoned with a radioactive substance.
• France demands Vatican lift envoy's immunity over abuse
French prosecutors said Friday they had asked the Vatican to lift the diplomatic immunity of its envoy to France who is under investigation for alleged sexual assault.
• New Zealand terror suspect wrote Italian shooter's name on his gun
A suspected far-right extremist held in connection with a deadly attack in New Zealand wrote the name of an Italian mass shooter on his weapon in apparent homage.
• Why this Brit is selling off his idyllic Italian home in a raffle
Italy is one of the few places in Europe where property prices are falling. Writer John Henderson meets one English family who came up with a novel way to beat the market: raffling off their cottage in rural Abruzzo.
• PHOTOS: Italian students join global school strike for climate
Thousands of students across Italy walked out on Friday morning as part of a global school strike to demand action on climate change.
• How to make strawberry and limoncello tiramisω
Fast-forward to summer in Italy with this fresh take on a classic tiramisω, by Neapolitan food writer Silvana Lanzetta.
• Italian becomes first Erasmus student in Gaza
Seated with other students on the steps at the Islamic University of Gaza with his backpack, the young Italian doctor-to-be draws looks from passersby.
• 'Time to think about the 5 million in limbo': UK parliament votes to delay Brexit
Lawmakers in London voted to delay Brexit on Thursday evening by a majority of 210 to mark the end of three days of fraught debates and votes in which PM Theresa May's deal was firmly rejected as was a no-deal Brexit.
• No, Italy is not about to help bring about a no-deal Brexit
Rumours are swirling that Italy's eurosceptic government could help hard-core Leavers force a no-deal Brexit by vetoing an extension to Article 50, the article that determines the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.
• Italian word of the day: 'Attaccabottoni'
If we could just get your attention for one minute, we'll explain everything you need to know about this word, don't worry, it won't take long but isn't this weather we're having lovely...?
• 'Mussolini did some positive things': Italian head of European parliament
The right-wing Italian president of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani apologized on Thursday after talking up dictator Benito Mussolini's contributions in a radio interview.
• Italy foils art thieves by swapping Brueghel painting for a fake
Thieves who stole a Flemish master's painting of the crucifixion from a church in northern Italy this week are in for a disappointment: police say they had secretly swapped the original for a fake.
• UK moves towards Brexit delay as MPs vote to rule out a no-deal exit
The House of Commons twice rejected a no-deal in different votes on Wednesday, but PM Theresa May warned that a no-deal exit remains the default legal option and gave MPs a final ultimatum to back her much-maligned deal or face a lengthy delay to Brexit.
• Italian word of the day: 'Casino'
No, we're not talking about gambling.
• Brexit could make Prosecco pricier for British buyers, Italian winemakers warn
If Britain leaves the EU on March 29th with a so-called hard Brexit, many supporters will likely be celebrating with Union Jack flags and countless bottles of Prosecco. But worried winemakers in Italy fear potential new trade tariffs would put a huge dent in a market which sees a whopping 120 million bottles of Prosecco exported to the UK each year.

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