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 Italy government adopts hardline anti-migrant decree

Italy government adopts hardline anti-migrant decree

Italy's cabinet adopted a hardline security decree Monday which will make it easier to expel migrants and strip them of Italian citizenship.

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Six things to think about before moving abroad with your family

Six things to think about before moving abroad with your family

Moving is never easy. Even a move across town requires significant planning, preparation and, of course, packing! Here are our tips for how to make your international relocation as smooth and stress-free as possible.

 
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Argento sex accuser Bennett opens up on Italian TV

Argento sex accuser Bennett opens up on Italian TV

US actor Jimmy Bennett, who accuses Asia Argento of sexually assaulting him as a teenager, said in his first television interview since the allegation emerged that they had a "complete" sexual relationship.

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Is an MBA the trick to launching your international career?

Is an MBA the trick to launching your international career?

An MBA could be what you need to take the elusive next step in your career.

 
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The ultimate guide to getting residency in Italy
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The ultimate guide to getting residency in Italy

Applying for residency in Italy can be a long and complicated process, but it's something that anyone who wants to stay more than three months has to do.

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Six reasons expat parents should consider distance learning or boarding school

Six reasons expat parents should consider distance learning or boarding school

A new academy is shaking up traditional distance learning with a combined approach that strikes the perfect balance for expat families.

 
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Is Ryanair's new hand luggage fee unfair? Italian watchdog opens inquiry

Is Ryanair's new hand luggage fee unfair? Italian watchdog opens inquiry

Italy's competition authority has opened an inquiry into the low-cost airliner's decision to charge passengers for hand luggage, which the body described an "essential" item for travellers.

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Winter getaway: The Mediterranean island with 'the best climate in the world'

Winter getaway: The Mediterranean island with 'the best climate in the world'

Malta’s up-and-coming capital took centre stage when it was crowned 2018’s Capital of Culture, but there’s much more to the enigmatic island than Valletta. The Local’s Commercial Editor took a whirlwind tour of the Mediterranean’s best-kept secret.

 
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Italian brewery launches first ever beer made of air

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.

What makes Lyon the perfect city for international MBA students?

What makes Lyon the perfect city for international MBA students?

Two recent graduates of EMLYON in Lyon explain why both the business school and the city are perfect for ambitious students seeking international careers.

 
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Ten things to do in Italy for the European Year of Cultural Heritage

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.

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Twelve dialect words to help you sound like a local in Rome

Twelve dialect words to help you sound like a local in Rome

Blend in with the Romans with these twelve useful dialect words you definitely didn't learn in class.

Iconic Perugina chocolate 'kisses' turn pink for limited edition

Iconic Perugina chocolate 'kisses' turn pink for limited edition

The dome-shaped Baci chocolates, which each come with a love note, are now available covered in ruby-tinted cocoa.

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12 mistakes foreigners make when moving to Italy

12 mistakes foreigners make when moving to Italy

When you move to Italy, you're bound to make a few mistakes before you settle into la dolce vita. Here are a few to look out for...

Court acquits Italian energy giant Eni in Algeria corruption case

Court acquits Italian energy giant Eni in Algeria corruption case

An Italian court acquitted energy major Eni and ex-CEO Paolo Scaroni of bribery in Algeria, but fined a subsidiary and jailed its former boss.

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Flights between France and the UK could be grounded in no-deal Brexit

Flights between France and the UK could be grounded in no-deal Brexit

Planes between the UK and France plus other EU countries could be grounded if the UK crashes out of Europe with no deal.

 

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Weekend heatwave to usher in cooler weather across Italy

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.

Italian navy vessel smuggled crates of cigarettes from Libya

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 team Inter spurred on by return to 'Disneyland of football' in clash with Tottenham

Italian team Inter spurred on by return to 'Disneyland of football' in clash with Tottenham

Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti believes Harry Kane will be the man to watch but hopes the enthusiasm of returning to "the Disneyland of football" will spur on his Italian side in Tuesday's Champions League opener against Tottenham.

Spanish university accused of giving away diplomas to Italian nationals

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.

Facebook loses copyright appeal against Milan startup

Facebook loses copyright appeal against Milan startup

Facebook has lost its appeal against a Milan startup after a court ruled that the social media giant had copied features from an app created by the smaller company.

Italian police fire Tasers for the first time, on naked homeless man in Florence

Italian police fire Tasers for the first time, on naked homeless man in Florence

Police in Italy fired a Taser on a member of the public for the first time ever this week, as a trial of the electric stun guns began in 12 different cities.

Italy jails man for selling fake TripAdvisor reviews

Italy jails man for selling fake TripAdvisor reviews

A man who wrote fake TripAdvisor reviews praising hotels and restaurants in Italy for profit was sentenced to nine months in prison on Wednesday in a case the review site hopes will serve as a precedent.

Source of Italy's legionella outbreak identified: don't worry, it's not the water

Source of Italy's legionella outbreak identified: don't worry, it's not the water

The source of the legionella bacteria that sickened hundreds of people in northern Italy has been identified as cooling towers, not tap water.

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'Go wherever you want, but not to Italy': Salvini denies entry to Aquarius migrant rescue boat, again

'Go wherever you want, but not to Italy': Salvini denies entry to Aquarius migrant rescue boat, again

Italy's interior minister refused a call for help from the French NGO ship after it rescued 11 people at sea.