by Amelia Rosch Sep 19, 2014
Meanwhile, in the U.S., it's not covered by insurance.
by Hayes Brown Jul 28, 2014
Meriam Ibrahim was sentenced to die in Sudan for converting to Christianity. On Thursday, she appeared in Italy. Here's how that happened.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 22, 2014
Italy has given Google 18 months to comply with stricter privacy regulations that would change how the Internet giant collects users' data.
by Igor Volsky Jul 12, 2014
"Kissing in public between homosexuals? No thanks," Gianluca Buonanno told Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
by Shannon Greenwood Jun 24, 2014
Migrants held in Libya report guards abusing them in such brutal ways as hanging them "upside down from trees and whipping them."
by Jeff Spross Mar 24, 2014
An analysis by Eclareon shows solar's levelized cost of energy at grid parity with other sources of electricity in both countries -- and coming up quick in others.
by Emily Atkin Mar 12, 2014
While those afflicted by pollution from Tirreno's plant will likely breathe a clean sigh of relief from the Italian court's decision, those who think they are in a similar situation in the United States are unlikely to see similar results.
by Zack Ford Dec 3, 2013
Due to restrictions against same-sex couples, Italy is the only country in the world that can adopt children from Russia.
by Katie Valentine Nov 20, 2013
The flooding felled bridges and roads and killed at least 16 people.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Oct 23, 2013
Migrant shipwreck survivors staged a protest after they were barred from attending a memorial to honor victims killed when their ship sank off the coast of the Italian island of Lampedusa.