MILAN Italy's top ministers met on Monday to discuss the 2019 budget, with friction building inside the coalition over the package and financial markets on edge about the big-spending plans of the government.
GENOA Italy's government on Friday launched a formal procedure aimed at revoking concessions held by Autostrade per l'Italia to operate toll highways after a bridge it managed collapsed this week, killing at least 38 people. | Video
GENOA Rescue workers searched through tons of concrete and steel from the collapsed Genoa highway bridge for a fourth day on Friday as Italians prepared to bury the 38 victims of a disaster that has angered the public and rattled industry.
GENOA, Italy Italy's government opened an investigation on Thursday into the country's biggest toll-road operator, hours after saying it could face a heavy fine or lose its concession over a bridge collapse that killed at least 38 people. | Video
GENOA, Italy, Aug 16 Italy's biggest toll-road
operator came under heavy stock-market attack on Thursday after
Rome criticised it for a deadly bridge collapse this week,
moving to revoke its concession and accusing it of failing to
ensure the viaduct's safety.
GENOA, Italy Italian rescuers searched for survivors among towering slabs of concrete wreckage in Genoa on Wednesday after a bridge collapse killed 39 people and sparked a furious government reaction against the viaduct's operator. | Video
Genua Die italienische Regierung macht den Autobahn-Betreiber für den Brückeneinsturz mit 39 Toten verantwortlich und will ihm die Lizenz entziehen.
PONTIDA, Italy "There's only one captain!" a crowd of more than 10,000 people chant as Italy's new political order takes shape in a grassy field, their eyes fixed on a politician bridging one of the oldest divides in Italian politics. | Video
PONTIDA, Italy Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy's right-wing League which is surging in opinion polls, said on Sunday he wanted to expand its success to create a pan-European association of like-minded, nationalist parties.
TURIN, Italy Bodies sway as a band beats out a rhythm in a corner of a 300-year-old courtyard in Turin's Cavallerizza Reale, part of a round-the-clock occupation staged to stop the building falling into the hands of developers.