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• Celebrazione della Giornata della cultura bulgara a Milano
• Partecipazione bulgara alla Biennale d'Arte di Venezia
• Presentazione del libro di Terzani "La fine è il mio inizio"
• Gli studi Cirillometodiani in Italia e nel mondo ieri, oggi ...e domani?
• Bulgaria: Biennale dell'umorismo e della satira
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• Banksy in Venice? New work appears and perhaps the artist himself
The mysterious British artist Banksy has apparently left his mark on a crumbling wall in Venice, and even claimed to have set up an art stall in Italy's famous floating city.
• Five reasons why the European elections really do matter
The 2019 elections are a mammoth democratic exercise with profound consequences for European citizens and the global role of the EU. This article from The Conversation spells out five things to look out for that could shape the future of Europe, and the world.
• Italian word of the day: 'Pure'
This word fits into lots of Italian sentences - just don't get it mixed up.
• Italy remembers the life and death of anti-mafia judge Giovanni Falcone 27 years on
On May 23rd 1992, Sicilian judge and anti-mafia campaigner Giovanni Falcone was assassinated in broad daylight, a crime that marked a turning point in Sicily's history.
• Inside the world of Italy's designer to 'the 0.001 percent'
Florence-based luxury designer tells of super-rich customers who shop by private jet, and his experience of dressing the Pope.
• Italian hostage freed in Syria
An Italian hostage is on his way home after more than two years in captivity in Syria, where an unknown number of foreigners remain missing eight years into the country's devastating war.
• Prada becomes latest Italian fashion house to give up fur
Luxury fashion house Prada said on Wednesday it will remove animal fur from its collections, joining a lengthening list of designers to make that choice.
• Italian word of the day: 'Proprio'
You'd be surprised how often this is just the word you need.
• Foreigners rank Italy 'worst place in Europe' for internet and paying without cash
International residents in Italy are less satisfied with digital services, such as the internet or being able to pay for things without cash than anywhere else in Europe. Foreigners in Germany, France and Spain also had gripes, however Denmark and Sweden fared better.
• One dead as tourist bus overturns near Siena
A tourist bus overturned on the motorway between Siena and Florence on Wednesday, killing one person and injuring several others.
• Italian word of the day: 'Subito'
You'll want to start making use of this word right away.
• What is Italy doing about the shocking level of plastic pollution on its coastline?
After the release of alarming new figures showing the extent of plastic pollution on Italian beaches, and the sad news that another whale has washed up in Italy with a stomach full of plastic, we look at what Italy is doing to clean up its coastline.
• The southern Italian city ranked among Europe's best summer destinations by Lonely Planet
The world's largest guide book publisher, Lonely Planet, has released its annual list of Europe's top summer destinations, and only one Italian city made the list: the Pugliese capital of Bari.
• Italian word of the day: 'Volentieri'
You'll be glad you know this common word.
• 'They're taking Italians for a ride': Five Star Movement stalls League's anti-migrant decree
Italy's coalition government is divided once more, this time over anti-migration measures proposed by Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
• Alitalia strike: Half of flights to and from Italy cancelled
Italian airline Alitalia has begun cancelling scores of international and domestic flights in preparation for a 24-hour strike on Tuesday.
• Venice to kick out visitors caught behaving badly
Visitors caught snacking, sunbathing or taking a dip in Venice's canals risk being kicked out of the city and banned from returning, under the latest rules aimed at reining in disruptive tourists.
• Italian nationalists rally to their 'captain' against Brussels
Thousands of Italians turned out in Milan on Saturday to support their "captain" Matteo Salvini, the populist leader they see as taking their battle against the European Union to Brussels.
• Pope issues new warning against fake news
Pope Francis on Saturday urged journalists to desist from publishing fake news, saying it could cause harm, and instead "take time to understand" issues before reporting on them.
• Families rescued off Libya allowed to land in Italy
Families with children saved in the Mediterranean by the German charity Sea-Watch were given permission to land in Italy Friday, despite the interior minister's "closed ports" policy.

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