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• Napoli coach unrepentant for giving Juventus fans the finger
Napoli coach Maurizo Sarri was unrepentant after he was spotted giving the middle finger to a group of Juventus fans on Sunday.
• Vatican streams first live concert from Sistine Chapel
The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, an artistic Renaissance jewel, opened up to the digital age on Sunday with the first live concert streamed over the internet from the famous sacred space.
• France to send more police to Italy border after clashes with protesters
France's interior minister said he would send "significant" security reinforcements to the country's Alpine border with Italy after a weekend of protest actions by pro and anti migrant groups.
• Red card to violence: Italian footballers support women's campaign
Footballers in Italy took to the pitch this weekend with a red streak on their cheeks as part of a social media initiative targeting violence against women.
• Mafia collusion ruling deepens Italy's political divides
The deadlock in Italian politics for the past two-and-a-half months shows little sign of loosening after a court ruled that former government officials colluded with Sicily's Mafia in the early 1990s.
• Right-wing migration demo blocks France-Italy border crossing
Around 100 far-right activists on Saturday tried to block a French alpine pass used by migrants in a bid to "ensure that no illegal immigrant can return to France".
• Italy judge hands down hefty sentences in mafia collusion trial
An Italian court on Friday handed down hefty prison sentences to former government officials and mafia bosses in a landmark trial over alleged collusion in the 1990s between the state and the Sicilian mob.
• Rare brown bear dies in Italy capture operation
An Italian national park was on Friday investigating after a rare brown bear died during a capture operation carried out by biologists.
• It's Rome's birthday: 17 facts about the Eternal City
On April 21st in 753 BC, the legend goes, Rome was first founded. On its 2771st birthday, we look at some of the most weird and wonderful facts about what is often called the Eternal City.
• Italian parliament gives go-ahead to road tests of driverless cars
Road tests of driverless cars have been given the OK by the Italian parliament, an important step towards the development of autonomous vehicles in the country.
• Berlusconi criticizes Italians for 'voting badly' as latest effort to break political deadlock fails
Italy appears to be no closer to forming a government after two days of informal consultations between the parties and the speaker of the Senate.
• Netflix announces three original Italian projects
Netflix has announced a crop of brand new Italian-language content, including its first ever Italian original film, as part of its drive to include more European films and TV series on the streaming site.
• The best companies to work for in Italy, according to Italians
Working-age Italians were asked to rate what they look for in an employer, and which companies offer it. Here's what they said.
• Italian high schoolers caught on video threatening teacher over grades
Police are investigating at least three students at a vocational high school in Lucca, Tuscany, after a video of them attempting to intimidate a teacher during a dispute over grades went viral.
• Two Italians named by Time among the world's 100 most influential people
Two Italians were named in Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people on Thursday.
• 'Being bilingual has made me a more creative writer'
Formerly a California banker, Marie Ohanesian Nardin moved to Italy 31 years ago after a short trip to Venice turned into something permanent. Now she has written a book based on her experiences, and tells The Local how the lagoon city has changed her own outlook on life, and how learning Italian has made her a better writer.
• Italy tightens net around mafia godfather with 22 arrests
Italian police arrested the closest aides of Cosa Nostra kingpin Matteo Messina Denaro on Thursday, clamping down on a tightknit, family-run clan which has kept the mobster safely hidden over a quarter of a century on the run.
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• Italy and its Mediterranean neighbours launch plan to identify migrants lost at sea
Four European Mediterranean countries are launching an initiative in June to identify thousands of missing migrants who died or went missing during the perilous sea crossing to the continent.
• Five Star Movement's ultimatum to the Italian right: Ditch Berlusconi by Sunday
Italy's anti-establishment party leader Luigi Di Maio on Wednesday gave far-right leader Matteo Salvini until the "end of the week" to dump coalition ally Silvio Berlusconi and strike a deal in the latest round of Italian government talks.

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