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Italian care home workers suffer COVID trauma, anxiety: Study
Nearly half of care home workers in northern Italy may be suffering from post-traumatic stress or anxiety following the first wave of the pandemic, new research showed Wednesday.
Italian festival to highlight Iranian cinema
This year, the 11th Middle East Now film festival (Festival of Cinema and Contemporary Culture on the Middle East) in Italy dedicates a special section entitled, ‘Voices from Iran.’
48,000-year-old tooth belonging to one of last Neanderthals in Italy
A milk-tooth found in the vicinity of “Riparo del Broion” on the Berici Hills in the Veneto region bears evidence of one of the last Neanderthals in Italy.
Italy’s age-old problems no longer scare European bond investors
Even as Italy heads for a period of volatile politics, budget disputes and possible credit downgrades, investors are sticking with the nation’s debt.
'Messi already has a new team, Inter', agent behind Barcelona move expects Italy switch
Lionel Messi "already has a new team" and will join Inter instead of Manchester City, according to the agent who instigated his move to Barcelona as a youngster.
Italy’s Figari Film Fest to screen three Iranian titles
Three Iranian films ‘Exam’, ‘Funfair,’ and ‘Song Sparrow’ will be screened at the 10th edition of Figari Film Fest (FFF) in Italy from September 13 to 16.
Iran’s ‘Inner Love’ goes to Italian festival’s finale
Iranian short film, ‘Inner Love,’ made it into the final stage of the eighth edition of Spi Stories Film Festival in Italy.
Elderly man becomes Italy's oldest student to graduate at 96
At 96, Giuseppe Paterno has faced many tests in life — childhood poverty, war and, more recently, the coronavirus pandemic. Now he has sailed through an exam that makes him Italy's oldest university graduate.
Iran, Italy willing to revive trade ties, hold virtual business forum despite pandemic
Iran and Italy are demonstrating willingness to revive, by hook or by crook, the longstanding traditional economic relations, particularly between their private sectors, despite the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and US unilateral sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
First Italy trial over 'migrant pushback' to Libya to be held
The captain of an Italian-flagged ship is to be tried for allegedly forcing migrants back to Libya, in the first such case in Italy, documents seen by AFP show.
Italy gets respite from Fitch, retains investment-grade rating
Fitch Ratings affirmed Italy’s debt rating, giving the country a respite as the government struggles to stem the impact of the coronavirus on the economy.
Italy PM says budget deficit likely to rise further amid pandemic
Italy’s budget deficit, currently projected to reach 10.4 percent of domestic output this year, is likely to expand further as the country tries to prop up the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said.
Giant cherry found on Italian farm unofficially breaks world record
A pair of siblings in Italy said they found a giant cherry in their orchard that weighs nearly an ounce and unofficially broke the Guinness World Record.
Virus already in Italy by December, waste water study finds
The coronavirus was already present in two large cities in northern Italy in December, over two months before the first case was detected, a national health institute study of waste water has found.

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