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Italy's Salvini likens African immigrants to 'slaves'
Italian far-right leader and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini likened African immigrants to slaves at a European conference on Thursday, drawing an angry response from Luxembourg’s foreign minister, who cursed at him in frustration.
Italian optimism quickly drains away after Portugal loss
The optimism which followed Roberto Mancini’s appointment as Italy coach in May quickly drained away following the 1-0 loss to Portugal on Monday as thoughts turned to Nations League relegation.
Italy threatens to bar EU naval force from bringing migrants
Italy threatened to bar ships of the EU naval force from bringing migrants picked up in the Mediterranean to its ports unless the bloc comes up with ways to share the burden of taking them in, officials in Brussels said.
Italy threatens EU funding in migrant row
Italy's populist government warned it would pull European Union funding unless it agrees to take some of the 150 people stranded on an Italian coastguard ship Friday, sparking a fresh immigration row with the bloc.
Italy threatens to send stranded refugees ‘back to Libya’
Italy's far-right interior minister threatened Sunday to send "back to Libya" nearly 180 people stranded for three days on an Italian coastguard ship if the EU did not step in to resolve another refugee row with Malta.
Italy holds funeral for bridge collapse victims
A state funeral service was underway Saturday in Italy to commemorate dozens of people killed in Genoa's bridge disaster, as some outraged relatives shunned official ceremonies and rescuers pulled more bodies from the wreckage.
'Run Rostam Run' to race in two festivals
Animated Iranian film 'Run Rostam Run' is to compete in 2018 Persian International Film Festival in Australia and Visioni Corte International Short Film Festival in Italy.
Iran sympathizes with Italy over deadly bridge collapse
Anger grows as bridge toll rises to 39
Genoa bridge collapse: Search for bodies continues as Italy seeks answers
Rescuers worked through the night to account for all of the victims of Tuesday's Morandi Bridge disaster in Genoa, as Italy's President called for a "serious and severe examination" into why the bridge suddenly collapsed.
Italian prime minister promises structural reforms this year
Italy’s coalition government will introduce a raft of structural reforms this autumn, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said, reiterating that the 2019 budget would be “serious, rigorous and also courageous.”
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.
Iranian director Abbasi appointed art director of 'Orizzonti dell'Iran'
Iranian playwright and director Arash Abbasi has been appointed as the art director of the first edition of 'Orizzonti dell'Iran Short Film Festival' in Italy.
Italy firm in maintaining economic ties with Iran: Envoy
Italy is determined to maintain economic relations and cooperation with Iran, said the Italian ambassador to Iran.
Iran's 'Return' to Italy festival
Iranian short film 'Return', directed by Shahriar Pourseyedian, will experience its first international screening at the 21st Religion Today Film Festival in Italy.

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