Rebels from Italy's ruling party struck out on their own on Saturday founding a movement they hailed as a "renewal" for left-wing politics.
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Dressing as a historical character in exchange for paid photo opportunities is banned in Italy's capital city.
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One doctor had a colleague clock in on his behalf while he worked a second job as a hotel chef, police video footage revealed.
Donor countries have pledged $672 million (634 million euros) in emergency aid for people threatened by famine in the Lake Chad region.
He had a private aeroplane and eight homes.
A video of two Lidl employees tormenting women they had trapped in a recycling container has sparked debate over racism in Italy.
"I hope the auction bidding will go very high."
"Leicester have sullied the fairytale which enchanted the world."
"Thanks to books, I feel free, dammit," says 70-year-old Luciano Baietti.
A bill which proposes imprisonment and fines of up to €10,000 for those who spread fake news has been widely criticized by experts in digital law.
Amnesty International has criticized the actions of Switzerland in turning back migrants at the Italian border last year, saying it acted “illegally”.
Ryanair's CEO hopes the pontiff will ditch Alitalia for the budget airline on his next trip to Ireland.
The Knights of Malta's sovereign council has accepted its chief's resignation following a month-long power battle over condoms.
The migrants were mainly from sub-Saharan Africa, the coast guard said.