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Supporters of the populist Five Star Movement (M5S) gather at the end of the last election campaign meeting by the party leader in Piazza del Popolo in Rome on Friday. Photo: Filippo Monteforte/AFP Italian populist and far-right parties have their eye on making major gains in Sunday's election, spooking investors and European capitals after a campaign do
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People hold portraits of murdered Slovak journalist Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend Martina Kusnirova during a silent protest march in their memory on Friday in Bratislava, Slovakia. PHOTO: ALEX HALADA Slovak police on Saturday said they had released seven Italian businessmen detained after they were named by murdered journalist Jan Kuciak in an explosive
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Francesca Pascale (left), girlfriend of former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi, arrives at the polling booth on Sunday morning. Photo: Tiziana Fabi / AFP Italians went to the polls on Sunday in one of the country's most uncertain elections ever, with far-right and populist parties expected to make major gains and Silvio Berlusconi set to play a leading role
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A man looks at a board with images of the parties' logos. Photo: Filippo Monteforte/AFP Italians are heading to the polls today to vote in the country's general election after a rollercoaster of a campaign. Follow our live blog for the latest updates, predictions, and the results when we get them.   13:34: How does it all work?   The Italia
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Davide Astori when playing for Cagliari in 2013. Photo: Simone Ferraro / AFP Italy international defender Davide Astori died in his hotel room during the night of Saturday to Sunday, his club Fiorentina said on Sunday. "Fiorentina are profoundly shocked to have to announce the death of captain Davide Astori after a sudden illness," the Serie A club
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Customers shopping at Diesel's opening of a real knock-off store on Canal Street during NY Fashion Week. Photo: Ann Presley/AFP Diesel is ditching the catwalk to masquerade as knock-off merchants this Fashion Week, purporting to be a New York fake goods store only to flog customers the real thing. It's a clever gimmick for the 40-year-old Italian label, which is using the fall/winter 2018 edition of New York's twice-yearly style fest to open a pop-up shop on Canal Street in Chinatown, the heart of knock-off city in the US financial capital.   Sweatshirts and T-shirts are stamped "Deisel" -- making the ruse believable. Hoodies cost $60, jeans $70 -- again believably fake. Except these clothes are limited-range, designer goods.   "We have so many counterfeit products all over the world I thought, 'Why can't we play with this problem that we have?'" Diesel founder Renzo Rosso told AFP, saying he believes that more than a million counterfeit Diesel goods are sold annually around the world.   "We created a fake product, a fake name, and we came to the counterfeit district."   The store opened under the radar last week and hundreds of customers have alr
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A Ryanair plane at Rome's Ciampino airport. Photo: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP Work stoppages in Italy by Ryanair employees and air traffic controllers caused minimal disruption on Saturday. Ryanair workers -- not including pilots -- staged a four-hour strike over their exclusion from contract negotiations with the Ireland-based budget airline, which is in talks with the pilots' union ANPAC.   Personnel of Ryanair rivals Blue Panorama and Vueling also struck on Saturday. Blue Panorama workers stayed away for four hours, while air traffic controllers and Vueling employees launched an eight-hour strike.   None of the three airlines reported flight cancellations Saturday at Italy's main airports, and their websites reflected minimal disruption.   The three unions representing Ryanair workers -- Cgil, Cisl and Uil -- have called for "serious negotiations" on wages, contracts and guarantees for "all categories of personnel" in Italy.   Ryanair, contacted by AFP on Friday, refused to comment on "rumours and speculation."   Ryanair suffered a turbulent end to 2017, forced to cancel 20,000 flights through to March 2018, mainly because of botched holiday sche
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People take part in an anti-racism demonstration in the central Italian town of Macerata on February 10th, 2018 Photo: AFP Thousands of anti-fascist demonstrators rallied in the central Italian town of Macerata on Saturday a week after a far-right gunmen shot and wounded six Africans in a racially-motivated attack. Gathered in the town centre on a freezing but sunny afternoon, the protesters turned out following a call by NGOs, anti-fascist organisations, unions and several leftwing political groups. "If there's unemployment, blame the government, not the migrants," they chanted. With tensions high in this normally sleepy town of 43,000 people, shops were shuttered early and schools closed for the day, an AFP correspondent said. "The atmosphere is tense in Italy at the moment and in recent years we have allowed the right to flourish. I have always demonstrated but now we need to do so more than ever," said Mafalda Quartu, a retiree from Florence. The town hit the headlines on February 3rd when Luca Traini, 28, allegedly carried out a two-hour shooting attack from his car in which he shot at around a dozen African migrants, wounding five men and a woman. Spea
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Flavio Briatore. File photo: AFP Flamboyant Italian tycoon and former boss of the Benetton and Renault F1 racing teams Flavio Briatore was Saturday sentenced on appeal to 18 months in jail for tax evasion in connection with his luxury yacht, press reports said. Briatore, whose multi-million-dollar superyacht "Force Blue" was seized in 2010, had his sentence reduced from 23 months, despite prosecutors asking for a four-year sentence. His lawyers said they would again appeal. The 63-metre yacht is registered in the Cayman Islands. Investigators contest Briatore's claims that he does not own it but merelyrents it from a company registered in the Virgin Islands. They said he was the owner of the company -- and by extension -- owner of the yacht. Briatore was convicted of not paying 3.6 million euros of VAT on the yacht's value and dodging 800,000 euros of fuel duties between 2006 and 2010. Police say according to EU regulations, yachts registered outside the European Union may only avoid paying duty if they leave EU waters within eight hours of refuelling. READ ALSO: Italy recovers record €19 billion haul in tax fraud crackdown
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Far-right protesters salute as they face off with police in Macerata. Photo: Tiziana Fabi/AFP Italy's President Sergio Mattarella warned on Friday against the "grave risks of extreme nationalism" as the country was gripped by high racial tensions ahead of next month's elections. The president was speaking on the eve of Remembrance Day, which commemorates gruesome massacres carried out between 1943 and 1945 on Italy's north-eastern border. "Remembrance day marks an agonising chapter for our country [...] a tragedy caused by a calculated initiative to purge on an ethnic and nationalist basis," he said. "The massacres, violence and suffering endured [...] cannot be forgotten, minimized or suppressed." READ ALSO: Far-right demonstrators clash with police at banned protest in Macerata Between 1943 and 1945, Yugoslav troops massacred thousands of Italians, throwing their victims dead or alive into 'foibes', deep stone cavities, typical of the border region with Slovenia and Croatia. This political and ethnic cleansing known as the "Foibe massacres" is commemorated every year on February 10th. These events "make us aware of the grave risks of extreme nationalism, ethn
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