ROME Stefania Bonaldi, the mayor of the northern Italian town of Crema, was attending a public ceremony this month when a policeman arrived to inform her she was under investigation for causing bodily harm to a small boy.
NEW DELHI/ROME India's top court said on Tuesday it has closed all proceedings against two Italian marines over the shooting of two fishermen off the southern Indian coast in 2012, after Rome paid $1.36 million in compensation.
ROME The Euro 2020 soccer championship finally got underway on Friday after a year-long delay with a colourful fireworks show and choreography featuring balloons representing the 24 teams in Rome's sparsely populated Stadio Olimpico. | Video
ROME Italy is set to create a national agency responsible for fighting cyber attacks, a draft decree showed, as it presses ahead with plans to create a unified cloud infrastructure to increase security for public administration data storage.
MILAN (Reuters) -An Italian judge ruled late on Saturday that three men detained over a cable car crash that killed 14 people in northern Italy could leave prison, with one of them being placed under house arrest.
ROME Three men arrested over a cable car crash that killed 14 people in northern Italy knew there were technical problems with the cabins, but kept them running for financial reasons, prosecutors said in a legal filing.
ROME (Reuters) -Italy's carabinieri police arrested three men on Wednesday over a cable car crash that killed 14 people, saying the emergency brake system had been deactivated to overcome a fault. | Video
ROME (Reuters) -Italy's government on Monday approved a decree pushing back with immediate effect a nightly coronavirus curfew to 11 p.m. from 10 p.m. and easing other curbs in the regions where infections are low.
ROME (Reuters) -Prime Minister Mario Draghi's office denied a media report on Tuesday that Italy was proposing that the European Union should pay Libya to stop migrants leaving its shores for Europe. | Video
ROME (Reuters) -The tough Italian prison regime for mobsters who refuse to turn state's evidence breaches the constitution, the country's top court ruled on Tuesday, urging parliament to amend the law within a year.