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Ennio Morricone, prolific Italian composer for the movies, dies at 91
Ennio Morricone, the Oscar winner whose haunting, inventive scores expertly accentuated the simmering, dialogue-free tension of the spaghetti Westerns directed by Sergio Leone, died. He was 91.
Italian team covers glacier with giant white sheets to slow melting
A vast tarpaulin unravels, gathering speed as it bounces down the glacier over glinting snow. Summer is here and the alpine ice is being protected from global warming.
Italian food park creates world's largest sheet of pasta
Visitors to a food-based theme park in Italy combined their efforts to set a Guinness World Record for the largest sheet of hand-made pasta made by non-professionals.
Italian director: Hollywood, Zionists spread fake news to ruin Iran’s reputation
By Farzam Vanaki
Lockdown inspires Italian boy to create coronavirus video game
While most nine-year-olds have been battling during lockdown with the vagaries of home schooling, Lupo Daturi has been waging war on COVID-19 itself. Virtually.
French, Italian economies shrink in blow to Europe’s recovery
The French and Italian economies unexpectedly shrank at the end of 2019, casting a shadow over expectations the euro area was on a firmer footing.
Italian, Iranian FMs hold talks on maintaining ties
Rome is eager to maintain and safeguard its long-standing and profound relations with Tehran and deems the Iran nuclear accord known as the JCPOA a pillar of security for the entire Middle East.
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.
Envoy: Italian Embassy willing to cooperate with Iranian traders
Domestic Economy Desk
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).
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