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Italian hospital worker reportedly took home nearly $650,000 despite skipping work for 15 years
A hospital worker in Italy has reportedly been accused of taking home more than 538,000 euros ($648,000) in pay, despite having never turned up for work in 15 years.
Italian firms interested in returning to Iranian market
Italian firms are eager to resume their trade with Iran, said the head of Iran-Italy Joint Chamber of Commerce, Ahmad Pourfallah.
Turkey summons Italian envoy over PM Draghi’s ‘ugly’ remarks
Turkey's Foreign Ministry summoned the Italian ambassador in light of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi's comments about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu strongly condemned the “unacceptable statements.”
Italy under virus curbs again as Dutch, Irish stop AstraZeneca shots
Coronavirus restrictions were reimposed across much of Italy on Monday, while Ireland and the Netherlands became the latest countries to suspend AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shots over blood clot fears despite the firm and the WHO insisting there is no risk.
Italy's coronavirus death toll passes 100,000, with cases rising
Italy became the second European country to pass the bleak milestone of 100,000 fatalities from COVID-19 on Monday, with Prime Minister Mario Draghi warning of further pain ahead as hospitalizations jump.
Russia to make Sputnik V vaccine in Italy; 1st in EU
Russia has signed a deal to produce its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine in Italy, the first contract in the European Union, the Italian-Russian Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday.
Italian ambassador among three killed in attack on UN convoy in DR Congo
Italy's ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo and two other people were killed on Monday in an attack on a United Nations convoy in eastern Congo, Italy's Foreign Ministry and park authorities said.
Iranian artists perform Pirandello’s ‘Right You Are (If You Think So)’
Iranian performance of Pirandello’s ‘Right You Are (If You Think So)’ presented at the Residence of the Italian Ambassador in Tehran.
Archeologists discover ruins of emperor Hadrian’s ornate breakfast chamber
Talk about dining in style: In the second century A.D., Roman emperor Hadrian and his empress, Vibia Sabina, may have eaten their breakfast on an opulent marble platform surrounded by flowing water as an entourage of servants, separated from the imperial couple by retractable bridges, stood at attention nearby.
Italian Embassy releases fourth episode of ‘Domus’ Eyes on Iran’
The Italian Ambassador to Iran Giuseppe Perrone on Thursday hosted the launch of the fourth episode of the original video-series dedicated to architecture and design, “Domus’ Eyes on Iran,” produced by the Italian Embassy in cooperation with the historic Italian magazine, Domus.
Italy births fall 22% during lockdown
Maybe it was the stress. Maybe it was being cooped up with the mother-in-law. But the numbers are in, and one effect of the coronavirus lockdown is now clear: People made fewer babies. A lot fewer babies.
Former ECB chief Draghi appointed to form Italy's new gov't
Former chief of European Central Bank (ECB) Mario Draghi was appointed to form Italy's new government, the office of President Sergio Mattarella said on Wednesday.

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