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Lacklustre Juventus handed Porto victory 'on silver platter': Pirlo

Cristiano Ronaldo's first game for Juventus in his native Portugal ended in 2-1 defeat as FC Porto out-played the Italians for much of Wednesday's Champions League last-16, first leg tie

Lacklustre Juventus handed Porto victory 'on silver platter': Pirlo

Italy gets green superministry as Draghi eyes EU funds

Prime minister Mario Draghi has put climate change at the heart of his plans to run Italy by creating a superministry to ensure a transition to green energy drives recovery and makes full use of ...

Prime minister Mario Draghi poses for a picture after the new cabinet ministers swearing-in ceremony, at the Quirinale Presidential Palace in Rome, Italy, 13 February, 2021

COVID-19 kills men’s fashion buzz in Milan

A year after the last Covid-free catwalk shows in Milan, men’s fashion week begins on Friday, but without the buzz of its traditional audience of buyers, bloggers, celebrities and media

Milanese wearing protective mask enjoy the nice winter weather in the interior courtyard of the Sforza castle in centeral Milan on 13 January

Human trafficking from Bangladesh

New trafficking route to Europe via Togo!

Four Bangladeshis are stuck in Lome, capital of the West African country

New trafficking route to Europe via Togo!

10-man Juventus crash to first Serie A defeat of season

The defeat came hours after the champions learned they must play the match against Napoli which was cancelled on 4 October after Napoli decided not to travel to Turin because of coronavirus cases

Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo looks dejected after a Serie A match against Fiorentina at Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy on 22 December 2020

Insect invaders threaten Rome’s iconic pines

Rome’s majestic umbrella pines are as much part of the landscape as the ruins and cobbled streets, but they are under threat from a tiny insect invader—the pine tortoise scale

In this file photo taken on 22 October 2018 the equestrian statue of Italian King Victor Emmanuel II, or Vittorio Emanuele II, is pictured behind pine trees on Piazza Venezia in Rome

Italy extend unbeaten run to reach Nations League finals

Italy gave another impressive performance as they reached the Nations League final four and extended their unbeaten run to 22 games with a 2-0 win away to Bosnia on Wednesday

Italy's Domenico Berardi celebrates scoring their second goal at UEFA Nations League match against  Bosnia and Herzegovina at Stadium Grbavica, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on 18 November, 2020

Italy imposes national curfew, locked down ‘red zones’

Italy prepared Wednesday to impose a nationwide curfew and new lockdowns in some of its regions to stem a surge in coronavirus cases, following European neighbours in introducing new restrictions

People wear face masks as local authorities in the Italian capital Rome order face coverings to be worn at all times out of doors in an effort to counter rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections, in Rome, Italy, 2 October 2020.

Men produce more COVID antibodies than women: Study

On average, men produce more COVID-19 antibodies than women, say Portuguese researchers

This handout illustration image obtained 27 February 2020 courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows the coronavirus, COVID-19.
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