Italy seizes IS-made drugs worth one billion euros
Italian police said Wednesday they had seized a 14-tonne haul of amphetamines made by the Islamic State group in Syria, calling it the biggest seizure of such drugs in the world.
Coronavirus: latest global developments
The pandemic has killed 412,926 people worldwide since it surfaced in China late last year, according to an AFP tally at 1900 GMT on Wednesday
'We'll be back': Italy Prison Escapees Promise To Return
Two inmates who escaped from a prison in Rome, Italy last week left guards a courtesy note, saying they had business to take care of but promise to be back shortly. The two cousins, Davad Zukanovic, 40, and Lil Ahmetovic, 46, broke out of Rebibbia prison overnight on June 2 by scaling a wall using…
Balotelli set to be released by Brescia
Mario Balotelli's ill-fated stint at hometown club Brescia appears to be coming to an end, with local media reporting Saturday his contract will be terminated
Trump puts G7 summit proposal to Putin
US President Donald Trump on Monday proposed his plan to include Russia in an expanded G7 summit in a phone call with President Vladimir Putin
Vatican, Italy start return to religious normal as public Masses resume
Pope Francis inaugurated the full reopening of St. Peter’s Basilica on Monday and Catholic churches held public Masses...
All eyes on Germany as Bundesliga football returns
The Bundesliga returns to action on Saturday with the resumption of the first top European league since the coronavirus lockdown watched closely to see if it provides
Italy begins to emerge from world's longest lockdown
Stir-crazy Italians were free to stroll and visit relatives for the first time in nine weeks on Monday as Europe's hardest-hit country eased back the world's longest remaining coronavirus lockdown.
Italy gives Serie A clubs hope with training ruling
Italy offered Serie A clubs a glimmer of hope on Sunday after it said footballers could take part in individual training sessions...
Spain daily virus death toll drops below 200
Spain on Sunday counted another 164 coronavirus deaths, the lowest daily number in nearly seven weeks as the country begins to gradually lift its strict lockdown. The figures from the health ministry bring the total number of fatalities from the pandemic in Spain to 25,264 -- the fourth-highest after the United States, Italy and Britain.…