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Italy ambassador to return to Cairo after standoff over murdered student
Italy said on Monday it would return its ambassador to Cairo more than a year after the murder of an Italian graduate student led the Rome government to recall its previous envoy.
Italy has EU’s highest level of ‘alienated young people’
Nearly one-in-four young Italians are neither employed, in education nor training (NEET), latest figures reveal.
Police nab fireman for arson as Italy blazes rage
A volunteer fireman was caught setting fires in northern Italy as the drought-ravaged country struggled Friday to contain wildfire blazes.
UN backs Italy bid to close migrant route from Libya
The UN's new envoy to Libya on Tuesday endorsed Italy's drive to stem the flow of migrants leaving the North African state for Europe, despite misgivings among human rights groups.
One dead in flash flood in northern Italy
A woman has died after her car was swept away by a flash flood caused by torrential rain in the northern Italian Dolomites mountain range, emergency services say.
Italy hosts hot air balloon festival
Hot air balloons from across the globe have lit up the sky in Italy in one of the world's biggest ballooning events.
Italy's industrial turnover rises by 1.5% in May
Italy's industrial sector posted a significant growth in May, according to latest data released by the National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT).
Bank of Italy sees better-than-expected economic growth
The Bank of Italy revised its 2017 gross domestic product forecast upwards, from 0.9 percent to 1.4 percent, the central bank said in its third economic bulletin out.
Italy's former PM Renzi sets out new economic agenda in book
Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would ask the European Union for less stringent deficit requirements for five years in exchange for a commitment to improve the country's debt pile if re-elected.
Eight bodies found under collapsed building in Italy
“Eight people were found dead on Saturday under the rubble of a collapsed apartment building near the southern Italian city of Naples, after rescue workers searched for bodies through the night,” a fire brigade spokesman said.
Italy’s Eusider signs ferrosilicon deal
Italy’s service center and trader company Eusider says it has signed a long-term agency agreement with the biggest ferrosilicon producer in Iran.
Iranian, Italian companies sign deal on ferroalloys distribution
Italy-based Eusider signed a long-term agreement with Iran Ferroalloys Industries Company, the biggest ferrosilicon producer in Iran, the Italian service center and trading company told S&P Global Platts.
Italy, Iran to sign €1.2b rail deal next week
Iran and Italy will sign a deal worth €1.2 billion next week to build a high-speed railway between the central cities of Arak and Qom.
Italy will ink €1.2b railway deal with Iran
Italy's state railway company, Ferrovie, will sign a memorandum of understanding, worth €1.2 billion, with the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (IRIR).
Iran's 'Immortality' inspires Italy’s Ischia
Iranian movie 'Immortality’, directed by Mehdi Fard-Qaderi, managed to win the best film award at the Ischia International Film Festival in Italy.

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