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• Vatican announces historic deal on bishops with China
The Vatican on Saturday announced an historic accord with China on who appoints bishops in the Communist country, paving the way for rapprochement between the Catholic Church and the world's most populous nation.
• Pope to honour Baltic martyrs amid abuse crisis
Pope Francis kicked off a Baltic tour in Catholic Lithuania on Saturday where he will honour victims of the region's Nazi and Soviet occupations as the Church reels from fresh clerical abuse scandals.
• Italy's fashion industry says it is tackling low pay problem
Italy's fashion industry responded Friday to accusations of widespread underpaid and undeclared subcontracted work in a New York Times article, saying that the problem is limited and already being dealt with.
• Baltic pagans ask pope for help over religious status battle
Latvian and Lithuanian neo-pagans have called on Pope Francis to end local Catholic opposition to their quest for religious recognition in the Baltic states, ahead of the pontiff's visit to the region Saturday.
• The Feast of San Gennaro in New York: the biggest Italian street fair outside of Italy?
This weekend New Yorkers celebrate the Feast of San Gennaro, an 11-day-long street fair now in its 92nd year. What is the Feast of San Gennaro, and how did it become so popular outside of Italy? The Local has you covered with this handy primer.
• Weekend heatwave to usher in cooler weather across Italy
Italy’s long hot summer is coming to an end, but not before a final weekend of sultry weather.
• Pope accepts resignations of two more Chilean bishops: Vatican
Pope Francis on Friday accepted the resignations of two more bishops from Chile, which is investigating more than 100 cases of sexual abuse by the clergy, the Vatican said.
• QUIZ: How well do you know your Italian geography?
Are you an expert on the Boot from top to toe? Or do you still have a few things to learn about Italian geography? Take our quiz to find out.
• Is Ryanair's new hand luggage fee unfair? Italian watchdog opens inquiry
Italy's competition authority Antitrust has opened an inquiry into low-cost airline Ryanair's decision to charge passengers for hand luggage, which the body described an "essential" item for travellers.
• 'Go wherever you want, but not to Italy': Salvini denies entry to Aquarius migrant rescue boat, again
Migrant rescue ship Aquarius was seeking a safe haven for 11 migrants it saved off Libya on Thursday after refusing to return them to the north African country, aid groups MSF and SOS Mιditerranιe said.
• Ten things to do in Italy for the European Year of Cultural Heritage
From ancient Roman ships in Pisa to a deeper understanding of Pompeii, via a cycle route in Siena, there's plenty still to look forward to in Italy as part of the EU28-wide celebration of culture.
• Spanish university accused of giving away diplomas to Italian nationals
A Spanish university already accused of gifting degrees to high-profile politicians is also being probed for allegedly giving away diplomas to hundreds of Italian nationals, a court spokesman said Thursday September 20th.
• Court acquits Italian energy giant Eni in Algeria corruption case
An Italian court on Wednesday acquitted energy major Eni and ex-CEO Paolo Scaroni of bribery in Algeria, but fined a subsidiary and jailed its former boss.
• IN PICTURES: The iconic life of Italian actress Sophia Loren as she turns 84
Sophia Loren was the first actress to win an Oscar, in 1962, for a foreign-language performance. She has worked with most of the great Italian directors and a plethora of star actors, and is arguably Italy's most famous on-screen face. Here are some glimpses of her iconic life in pictures.
• 'Pop' and 'Rock' trains to bring free Wi-fi to regional Italian rail network from 2019
The Italian rail infrastructure administrator Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane has unveiled its new line of regional trains that it says will be rolled out across the country within five years.
• Italian navy vessel smuggled crates of cigarettes from Libya
An Italian naval vessel was used to smuggle crates of cigarettes while returning from a mission to stop migrants from travelling from Libya to Europe, the navy confirmed on Wednesday September 19th after revelations in the press.
• Italian brewery launches first ever beer made of air
The Birra Flea microbrewery in Gualdo Tadino, central Italy, has brought a new recipe to beer: air.
• South African expelled from Italy for flying drone near the Vatican
A South African man has been ordered to leave Italy after flying his drone near the Vatican, Italian police said on Wednesday September 19th.
• Milan Fashion Week embraces 'green' fashion and sustainability
Milan Fashion Week kicked off on Tuesday September 18th with cutting-edge couturiers taking over the city to present their women's ready-to-wear Spring/Summer 2019 collections, while doffing a collective cap to the environment.
• Venice bans morning coffee breaks and bermuda shorts for city employees
The mayor of the city of Venice has introduced a series of behavioural measures and a new dress code for the city's public sector staff.

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