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Domenico Lusi

Suspected Italian spy gave Russia highly confidential material: source

Apr 01 2021

ROME Italian police have found a stash of classified and highly classified military documents they believe an Italian navy captain gave to a Russian official in return for cash, a judicial source said on Friday.

Italy court annuls watchdog ruling capping Vivendi's Mediaset stake

Dec 23 2020

MILAN An Italian administrative court has annulled a watchdog ruling capping French media giant Vivendi's stake in Mediaset, a court document showed, in a blow to the Italian broadcaster run by ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's family.

Italian prosecutors seek trial for four Egyptians over Regeni murder

Dec 10 2020

ROME (Reuters) -Italian prosecutors said on Thursday they planned to charge four senior members of Egypt's security services over their alleged role in the disappearance and murder of student Giulio Regeni in Cairo in 2016.

Former Atlantia CEO put under house arrest in bridge probe - sources

Nov 11 2020

MILAN/GENOA The former head of Italian infrastructure group Atlantia, Giovanni Castellucci, has been placed under house arrest by judges investigating the deadly 2018 collapse of a bridge in Genoa.

Italy law excluding Atlantia from bridge rebuild not unlawful: court

Jul 08 2020

MILAN A top Italian court said on Wednesday a law excluding Benetton-led Atlantia from reconstruction work on a bridge it operated which collapsed in 2018, killing 43 people, was lawful.

Trial of U.S. men accused of killing Italian policeman opens in Rome

Feb 26 2020

ROME The trial of two young Americans accused of murdering an Italian policeman last year began in Rome on Wednesday and was adjourned to March 9 after a day devoted to procedural matters. | Video

Trial of U.S. men accused of killing Italian policeman opens in Rome

Feb 26 2020

ROME The trial of two young Americans accused of murdering an Italian policeman last year began in Rome on Wednesday and was adjourned to March 9 after a day devoted to procedural matters. | Video

Italy's top court orders retrial of former Carige chairman

Oct 17 2019

ROME Italy's top court has ordered a retrial of Giovanni Berneschi, former chairman of bailed-out regional bank Carige , who has been sentenced to eight years and seven months in jail for criminal association and money laundering.

Italian police investigate picture of blindfolded U.S. murder suspect

Jul 28 2019

ROME Italian police have launched an investigation into a picture showing a U.S. student suspected of killing an officer in a blindfold and handcuffs soon after his arrest.

German NGO captain seeks to block Salvini's social media accounts

Jul 11 2019

ROME The German captain of a migrant rescue ship will ask magistrates to block Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini's social media accounts because he has used them to spread hate, her lawyer said on Thursday.

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