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• Auschwitz survivor Liliana Segre made senator for life in Italy
Italian Holocaust survivor Liliana Segre has been made a senator for life by the country's president Sergio Mattarella.
• Pope urges end to violence against women
Pope Francis on Saturday urged Latin America's faithful to fight rampant violent crime against women including murder, while holding mass in Trujillo, Peru's largest northern city.
• Europe brings on charm and blue skies to lure Chinese tourists
Chinese tourists are big spenders and with the numbers visiting Europe set to soar by nearly 70 percent over the next five years, the countries of the Old Continent are rolling out the red carpet to make the guests feel welcome.
• World's oldest Olympian dies at home in Italy
Italian Carla Marangoni, who won a silver at the 1928 Games and was the oldest living Olympic medallist, has died at the age of 102 years, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) said on Friday.
• Italy's Sofia Goggia beats US favourite to win ski world cup
Italy's Sofia Goggia snatched her second straight Women's World Cup downhill on home snow at Cortina d'Ampezzo on Friday as an error left favourite Lindsey Vonn in second.
• Italy’s literary superstar Elena Ferrante gets a newspaper column – in English
Readers who raced through Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan series will soon be able to get a weekly fix from the elusive Italian novelist, in the form of a column for British newspaper The Guardian.
• Italy is in the grip of its worst flu season in 14 years
Nearly 4 million people in Italy sought treatment for the flu in recent weeks, the highest number of cases since 2004.
• Fierce debate in Italy's southern regions over special status for tomatoes
The humble tomato has sparked a fierce debate between two of Italy's southern regions, which are arguing over the right to claim the foodstuff as their own.
• Controversial drama about Gianni Versace murder hits the small screen
Dismissed as "fiction" by the Versace family and met with mixed reviews, a controversial new drama depicting the 1997 murder of Gianni Versace makes its US television debut on Wednesday.
• Italy probes Apple and Samsung over claims they shortened product lives
Italy's antitrust authority said on Thursday it had launched a probe into tech giants Apple and Samsung for allegedly shortening the lives of their products so clients would buy newer models.
• The real thing: Italian girl finds worm in her Coca-Cola
A girl in the south of Italy was briefly taken to hospital after discovering a worm in the can of Coca-Cola she'd been drinking.
• Baby dies at sea as hundreds seek to cross stormy Mediterranean
A three-month-old baby has died after being picked up by rescuers at sea off Libya, because bad weather and a lack of boats made a medical evacuation impossible, aid organizations said on Thursday.
• Italy marks one year since deadly Rigopiano avalanche
On January 18th, Italy marks the one-year anniversary of a major avalanche in Rigopiano that engulfed a luxury hotel and killed 29 people.
• Italian police bust Chinese 'mafia' running rackets across Europe
Police in Italy say they have cracked open a violent Chinese criminal group which had infiltrated the national transport sector and expanded into France, Germany and Spain.
• Political cheat sheet: Understanding Italy's Northern League
In the next of our series of articles introducing you to Italy's major political parties, we take a look at the origins, ideology, and key players of the Northern League.
• Neapolitans take to the streets to protest series of attacks by violent teen gangs
Around 2,000 people in Naples joined a protest on Wednesday calling for a stop to the recent series of violent attacks in the city's suburbs.
• Benevento football captain apologizes for Instagram death posts
Benevento captain Fabio Lucioni on Wednesday apologized after posts on his Instagram account wishing death on those who imposed a one-year doping ban on him.
• Italy to send troops to Niger to tackle people trafficking
Italy's parliament on Wednesday approved a ramped up military presence in Niger by agreeing to send an initial 120 troops with 350 more to follow as Rome looks to stem migration and people trafficking of African migrants.
• High winds batter Italy, toppling trees and whipping up waves
Italy was lashed by winds of over 100 kilometres an hour on Wednesday, causing trees to topple, disrupting transport and whipping up waves several metres high.
• Italian regulator fines six travel booking sites for unfair practices
The Italian Antitrust Authority fined six travel websites more than €4 million on Wednesday for lack of transparency and unfair practices, including adding credit card fees and charging customers premium rates for telephone inquiries.

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