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One dead after early morning explosion on Elba island
One person is dead and three injured following an explosion at a building in Portoferraio, Elba, early this morning.
What you need to know about the heatwave in Italy this week
As we prepare for another scorching week in Italy, where and when will the heat be most unbearable? Here's what you need to know.
Italian government unveils plan to tackle smartphone addiction
Italian government ministers have drafted a law aimed at preventing and treating the rising phenomenon of addiction to mobile phones and the internet, particularly among young people.
Rail chaos in Florence after suspected arson attack on high-speed line
Passengers planning to travel on the high speed rail line between Florence and Rome were left stranded today as chaotic scenes unfolded at Florence's Santa Maria Novella station.
Italian word of the day: 'Scaricare'
Top up your Italian knowledge with this veratile verb.
Major transport strikes to hit road, rail, and air travel across Italy
Anyone travelling or commuting in Italy this week should brace for potential disruption from two nationwide transport strikes planned for Wednesday and Friday.
Seven ways to survive the heat in Rome this summer
Rome can become unbearably hot and crowded in the summer months, but that doesn't mean you need to avoid it completely. Here are a few tips for staying cool and enjoying the city.
Vatican opens princesses' crypts in hunt for missing teenager
The Vatican on Saturday opened two burial chambers discovered under a trapdoor as it attempts to get to the bottom of a mystery involving two 19th-century princesses and a teenager who went missing 36 years ago.
Sicily's airports reopen following Mount Etna's latest volcanic eruption
A heavy emission of ash into the sky forced the closure of two airports in Sicily's second-biggest city of Catania on Saturday.
Venice tourists hit with €950 fine for making coffee by famous Rialto bridge
Two German tourists were fined on Friday for making themselves a coffee by the steps of the famous Rialto bridge in Venice and asked to leave the city, the municipal authorities said.
How to get married in Italy
Getting married in Italy, one of the most romantic countries in the world, is a popular choice. But the planning process is not always straightforward. Whether you’re living in Italy or have your heart set on a destination wedding, here’s everything I learned from planning my own Italian wedding.
Italy's Salvini and Berlusconi bet on pets to woo voters
Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini appears to be taking a leaf out of former leader Silvio Berlusconi's book by wooing voters with pet-friendly initiatives to shore up support ahead of possible elections.
'They're not swimming pools': Tourists told to keep out of Rome's fountains
Rome's new 'zero tolerance' policy means anyone caught taking a dip in the fountains may be fined up to €450.
The must-try foods from every region of Italy
Italy is synonymous with good food, and yet Italian cuisine is often thought of abroad as little more than pizza and pasta. If you’ve spent any amount of time in the country, though, you’ll know every region has its own distinct cuisine.
Heatwave: Italy braces for another week of high temperatures
After a short spell of mild weather, Italy's summer of extremes is set to continue with another heatwave expected in the coming days. But will it be as bad as the last one?
How to make an Italian cherry tomato confit
It's the season for ripe juicy tomatoes in Italy. But even if you only have access to the plasticy, tasteless tomatoes found in UK supermarkets, food writer Silvana Lanzetta shows us how to bring out their flavour and enjoy them Italian style.
Italy says it now brings in more tourism than France. But does it really?
Italy is now attracting more foreign tourists than France, according to new figures from the Italian Government Tourist Board (ENIT). But is that true?
The words and phrases you need to know to decipher Italian restaurant menus
Italian might be known as the language of love but - far more importantly - it's also the language of food.
Code red: Italy passes new domestic violence law
Italy's tougher new laws against domestic and gender-based violence have been criticised for not tackling the root of the problem, which is widespread in Italy.
Italy's Nigerian mafia hit by major police raid
Italian police arrested 19 suspected members of a Nigerian mob on Thursday, including the leaders of a clan which forged alliances with other mafias and violently punished any who rebelled.


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