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nytimes: Italy Pushes Euro to Fore, the Last Place Europe Wants It

LISBON — Through more than two months of tough negotiations to form a government in Italy after inconclusive March elections, global financial markets remained relatively calm. Italy’s uncertainties seemed contained to Italy, and Europe’s economy kept growing. [more…]

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guardian: ‘They throw mud’: new PM facing up to messy world of Italian politics

Giuseppe Conte respected by friends and colleagues but his parents are a little worried [more…]

Categories: Giuseppe Conte, Italien, Italy

nzz: Italien verbietet MSF-Schiff Landung auf Sizilien

6. August 2017 Leave a comment
Rom verschärft den Druck auf NGO, die nicht den von der italienischen Regierung aufgesetzten Verhaltenskodex für private Seenotretter unterschrieben haben. [mehr…]

Categories: Italien, Italy, ngo

heise.de telepolis: Italiens Bankenkrise: Lunte am Pulverfass EU

Die zur Stützung des Bankensystem eingeführten Bail-in-Regelungen wurden außer Kraft gesetzt.Während die internationale Öffentlichkeit wie gebannt auf den Brexit und seine Folgen starrte, haben sich in der vergangenen Woche anlässlich der italienischen Bankenkrise hinter den Kulissen der EU dramatische Vorgänge abgespielt. [mehr…]
Categories: Bail in, Italien, Italy

the guardian: Why was he killed? Brutal death of Italian student in Egypt confounds experts

24. February 2016 Leave a comment
Giulio Regeni, a 28-year-old Cambridge PhD student from Italy, was on his way to see a friend when he left his flat near Behoos metro station in Cairo on 25 January. [more…]

the guardian: Suspects held across Europe in alleged plot to kidnap Norwegian diplomats

12. November 2015 Leave a comment
UK’s north-east counter-terrorism unit confirms four men have been arrested in Britain, while six people have been held in Italy and three in Norway [mehr…]
Categories: Italy, Norway, Terrorism, Terrorismus, UK

the telegraph: Rome is on the verge of collapse and needs urgent repair, leaders warn

18. July 2015 Leave a comment
No Roman Holiday – the Eternal City is in chronic decline as a result of a toxic mix of corruption, debt, poor administration and shabby infrastructure [more…]
Categories: EU, Italien, Italy, Rom