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Meloni hits back at France in migrants row
REUTERS – Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni hit back at France on Friday in a row over who should be responsible for taking in migrants rescued at sea.
Italy's Target2 debt falls in Oct. from previous month's record high
Reuters - Italy's liabilities towards other eurozone central banks fell compared with their record high in the previous month, central bank data showed on Tuesday, although it might prove only a temporary reversal of the upwards trend.
Iran, Italy to develop agricultural, natural resources cooperation
IRNA – The scientific cooperation in natural resources and agriculture will be developed between the University of Tehran and the University of Naples Federico II.
Italy to finance first budget pledges with €21b borrowing
Italy’s new budget law will extend energy relief measures, introduce small tax cuts and reform pension payments that will require about 21b euros ($21b) of additional borrowing, according to people familiar with the matter.
The feminine visage of a far-right leader
Headed by the country’s first-ever female Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, the far-right makes a comeback in postwar Italy.
Italy's far-right Meloni begins government talks
Italian far-right leader Giorgia Meloni and her allies began Tuesday what is likely to be a weeks-long process of forming a new government, with crises looming on several fronts.
Italy's costs to import energy will double to 100b euros
Italy's net energy import costs are set to more than double this year to nearly 100b euros ($99.5b), the economy minister said, warning Rome could not spend indefinitely to cushion the blow on the economy.
Over 1,000 migrants arrive in Italy in hours
More than a thousand migrants arrived in Italy within a few hours while hundreds of others, rescued by humanitarian vessels, were waiting for a port to receive them, NGOs and authorities said Sunday.
Italy heads to early election after Draghi’s coalition fails
Italy is headed for an early election after its president accepted Premier Mario Draghi’s resignation Thursday and decided there was no possibility for cobbling together another government following the rapid collapse of the ruling coalition.
Italy's gov’t on shaky ground ahead of new confidence vote
Italians woke to political uncertainty Friday amid an unprecedented government crisis that has put Mario Draghi's future as prime minister on tenterhooks and raised the spectre of snap elections.
Italy declares state of emergency amid worst drought in 70 years
Italy on Monday declared a state of emergency for areas surrounding the river Po, which accounts for roughly a third of the country’s agricultural production and is suffering its worst drought for 70 years.
Eni takes stake in giant Qatar gas project: QatarEnergy
Italian company Eni joined QatarEnergy's project to expand production from the world's biggest natural gas field on Sunday, days after Russia slashed supplies to Italy.

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