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Italian police disbands crime gang, recovers archeological goods
An international crime gang that ransacked ancient sites in southern Italy and trafficked stolen archeological goods worth millions of euros was broken up, police said.
Italian island hit by worst locust invasion in 70 years
Swarms of locusts have destroyed crops and infested houses on the Italian island of Sardinia in the worst such invasion in 70 years, agricultural association Coldiretti said on Tuesday.
Italian museums secure Leonardo da Vinci works for 500th-anniversary shows
The Louvre Museum’s much-hyped Leonardo da Vinci exhibition, which opens in October, is expected to outshine other events to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death this year.
Italian museum looks to unlock Da Vinci hair mystery
An Italian museum said it plans to carry out DNA tests on a lock of hair it believes might have belonged to the Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, who died 500 years ago this month.
Member of Italian publisher impressed with book fair thronged with visitors
The great number of visitors in Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) impressed a member of an Italian private publisher, Francesco Brioschi Editore, which is participating at the 52nd round of the book fair.
Italian scholars unveil Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘only surviving sculpture’
The curators of an exhibition in Florence have this week unveiled what they claim is the only surviving sculpture by Leonardo da Vinci.
First Italian translation of Sa'di's 'Bustan' published
An Italian publication has brought out the first Italian edition of 'Bustan' by Persian poet Sa'di of Shiraz (1210-1292).
Italian coalition chiefs spar over stranded migrants
The leaders of Italy’s populist coalition parties are sparring over migrants stranded at sea aboard private rescue vessels.
Italian lawmakers pass tough anti-migrant bill despite criticism
The Italian parliament has approved as law a tough anti-migrant and security bill drafted by far-right Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini despite strong criticism from the political left.
Bertolucci, Oscar-winning director of 'The Last Emperor', dies at 77
Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci, whose epic 'The Last Emperor' won nine Oscars and who influenced generations of filmmakers with other groundbreaking works died at the age of 77.
Italian watchdog fines Apple, Samsung over software updates
Italy’s anti-trust watchdog said on Wednesday it was fining Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. €5 million ($5.7 million) each following complaints they used software updates to slow down their mobile phones.
EU condemns Italian ‘threats’ to suspend funding over refugees
The European Union has censured Italy’s recent “threats” to suspend its funding to the bloc if Brussels fails to relocate the refugees held on an Italian Coast Guard ship.
Twelve refugee workers die in Italian road crash
Twelve refugee workers have lost their lives in southern Italy when the van they were traveling in collided with a lorry.
Italian Einaudi promises surprises in upcoming Tehran shows
Critically-acclaimed composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi said that he will perform a few 'surprising' tracks for the Iranian audience during his shows on April 25-27 in Tehran.

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