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    Photo: Andrea Giuricin/Facebook. This is why Italians can't have nice things. That’s the verdict of an Italian academic who came across a sorry scene in Milan: a heap of the city’s shiny new shared bikes dumped in a canal. The bicycles ap
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    Smugglers have been stealing fuel in Libya and selling it on across Europe, according to Italian police. Italian police said on Wednesday that they had broken up a network selling low-quality Libyan diesel fuel worth €30 million euros at se
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    Eat spaghetti, cheat death: it might sound too good to be true, but Italian researchers say they’ve cracked a recipe that could help reduce deaths from heart attacks. In a newly published study, medical researchers at the Scuola Superiore S
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    Milan is one of several Italian cities with an air pollution problem. Photos: Marco Bertorello/AFP Dozens of Italian cities are in the air pollution danger zone. That’s according to environmental non-profit Legambiente, which released a spec
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    Italy got Sweden in the World Cup European play-off draw. Photo: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP The Azzurri will have to beat Sweden for a place in the 2018 World Cup. Four-time winners Italy will play Sweden in a playoff for a place in the 2018 World
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    More and more young Italians are seeking job opportunities abroad. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP While the world focuses on incomers, the number of young Italians leaving their homeland rose significantly last year, according to new figures.
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    Former Vatican's Bambino Gesu' hospital president Giuseppe Profiti (2ndR) in court on October 14th. Photo: HO/Osservatore Romano/AFP A Vatican court convicted on Saturday the former head of the pope's children's hospital for diverting funds to the costly renovation of a top cardinal's luxury apartment. Giuseppe Profiti, the former president of the Vatican-run Bambino Gesu Pediatric Hospital Foundation, was given a one-year suspended prison sentence for "abuse of power" over diverting €422,000 ($500,000) to fund the renovations. Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, a former number two at the Vatican under pope Benedict XVI, received in 2013 the spectacular apartment, which is just a stone's throw from Pope Francis's modest boarding house. Despite being mentioned repeatedly throughout the trial, the 82-year-old cardinal was never called as a witness. The prosecutor said that the incident looked "dreadful" and was characterised by "silence and opacity and poor management of public affairs". He had requested three years in prison for Profiti. The second defendant in the trial, the foundation's treasurer, was found not guilty. 'The idea was mine alone' Spread across hundreds of square metres at the top of the Palazzo San Carlo, the cardinal's residence boasts a huge terrace with magnificent views over Rome. Profiti testified that hospital funds were used for the renovation with the idea that the cardinal could host intimate dinners for eight to ten wealthy
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    Italian extremist and writer Cesare Battisti at his home in Rio de Janeiro in 2007. Photo: Christophe Simon/AFP Convicted killer-turned author Cesare Battisti believes his extradition to Italy from Brazil would be illegal and would endanger his life, he told AFP in an interview. Battisti has been on the run for more than three decades but has lived freely in Brazil for the last few years. He was arrested on October 4th near Brazil's border with Bolivia and later released, but Italy has made a new push for him to be sent back to face justice. Battisti is wanted for his role in four murders attributed to Armed Proletarians for Communism, a far-left extremist group active in the 1970s. Reports said Brazilian authorities were ready to end the protection accorded him under former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. "My extradition would be illegal," Battisti, 62, said in an email received late on Friday in response to questions from AFP. Battisti cited a decree signed by Lula on the last day of his mandate in 2010. It rejected the Italian's extradition and "can no longer be revoked," the fugitive said. Battisti also mentioned that he has a four-year-old Brazilian son. Asked about his fears in the case of extradition, he replied: "torture and assassination." He said there were numerous times when "I was threatened by police, by military, by politicians including the former minister (of defense) Ignazio La Russa from the government of Silvio Berlu
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    Graffiti artist Mauro Pallotta poses with a "superpope" t-shirt. Photo: Tiziana Fabi/AFP A work of street art that turned Pope Francis into "superpope" will now support Vatican charitable projects through the sale of t-shirts bearing the flying pontiff, artist MauPal said on Friday. In 2014, graffiti artist MauPal - whose real name is Mauro Pallotta - depicted Francis as a superman on a wall in the Eternal City, flying through the air with his right fist outstretched and white cassock billowing behind him. The pope clutched his trademark black bag in his left hand, from which a blue-and-red striped scarf peeked out. When it appeared in Rome in January 2014, it captured the imagination of tourists and locals alike. Two years later, MauPal drew Francis in a school-boy spirit, playing a cheeky wall game of noughts and crosses while a Swiss Guard kept watch. "With the economic and social crisis that hit Italy and the world, I saw Francis as a symbol of hope for all," the artist said. "I graphically summed up a widely-shared opinion of the pope as someone with a lot of power who is also humane and humble at the same time". The images, put up near Saint Peter's Basilica, were quickly scrubbed off by city workers. But the sketches remained and reappear on T-shirts. Part of the proceeds from their sale go towards works of charity supported by the Vatican. Not everyone loved the drawings at first, with some earnest Francis supporters bristling at the t
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    The Vatican has confirmed the kidnapping of Italian priest Maurizio Pallu in Nigeria. Photo: AFP An Italian priest has been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Nigeria, church officials in both countries have said. Maurizio Pallu was snatched on Thursday in broad daylight by armed men just outside of Benin City, Italian media reports said. "Pope Francis has been informed about the Italian priest Maurizio Pallu kidnapped in Nigeria and he is praying for him," chief Vatican spokesman Greg Burke wrote on Twitter on Friday evening. Vatican Radio said the 63-year-old priest, who had been stationed in Nigeria for three years, was travelling with a group of four other people when they were attacked and robbed by armed men who took Pallu but let the others go. The news was confirmed from Nigeria by Abuja Archbishop John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan who told TV2000, an Italian Catholic TV channel, that "the security forces are doing everything possible to find him." "For the moment, we don't have any good news but we are confident and will continue to hope that Father Maurizio will be freed," he added. In Rome, the foreign ministry confirmed it was looking into the disappearance of an Italian national in southern Nigeria without giving his name or any other details. Benin City, which lies about 300 kilometres (180 miles) east of Lagos, is the capital of Edo State in southern Nigeria where kidnapping for ransom is a regular occurrence. Criminal gangs often target high
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