Europe's Shame - Migrant Tragedy in Mediterranean Sea continues

02 Sep - 30 Sep 2014

Migrant boat tragedies: another 700 drowned in Mediterranean++ One Marine back home from Indian prison ++ Italy discussing gay marriage. by Federica Patalano, Silvia Favasuli

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'May I introduce...?' Federica Mogherini – Europe's new diplomatic Figurehead

19 Aug - 01 Sep 2014

Italian Mogherini is the new EU 'Foreign Minister' ++ Renzi’s one-thousand-daysplan ++ The competition for the Golden Lion in the city on the lagoon ++ Italian government still kept busy by the fate of two marines. by Anja Berger, Marco Calabrò

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Back to Recession – Renzi's Relaunch stagnates

05 Aug - 18 Aug 2014

Italian economy back to recession++ A first positive step for constitutional reform++ Etihad Airways is in, Alitalia survives ++ Conte new coach of national football team. by Marco Calabrò

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Costa Concordia's successful but scandal-ridden Salvaging

08 Jul - 04 Aug 2014

Costa Concordia will finally leave Giglio Island, Captain Schettino accepts a call by Rome University ++ Berlusconi absolved in ‘Rubygate’ ++ Italian Government against European partners over EU Commission post ++ The continuous struggle of Alitalia Airline. by Anja Berger, Marco Calabrò

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Italian Presidency of the EU: Renzi to wake up 'exhausted' Europe

24 Jun - 07 Jul 2014

PM Renzi fixes targets for the Italian Presidency of the EU ++ Italian Senate revamp goes ahead, immunity from prosecution remains ++ Massive migrant exploitation unveiled in Latina ++ Madonna-statue 'kneels' in front of Mafia-boss. by Federica Patalano, Marco Jelic, Vittoria Carraro

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