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- Italian police stage operation on the PKK 28.03.2012
/ Italian police staged eight raids on homes in a number of cities throughout the city yesterday, arresting five PKK members who were extorting money from Kurdish immigrants.
- Showman Berlusconi makes ignominious exit 14.11.2011
/ Silvio Berlusconi dominated Italy for 17 years with a unique mix of political talent and brazen behavior but in the end the born showman was humiliatingly jeered from office, brought down by pressure from abroad.
- Moody's slashes Italy credit rating 05.10.2011
/ Moody's lowered its rating on Italy's bonds by three notches on Tuesday, saying it saw a "material increase" in funding risks for euro zone countries with high levels of debt and warning that further downgrades were possible.
- The Sultans take bronze! 03.10.2011
/ Turkeys Sultans of the Net came out victorious over Italy to secure the top third spot in the 2011 Womens European Volleyball Championship.
- Italy's Berlusconi to resign 12.11.2011
/ Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is set to resign on Saturday after a new budget law is approved in parliament, making way for an emergency government and ending one of the most scandal-plagued eras in Italy's post-war history.
- 'El Turco the store is yours' 28.11.2011
/ The economic crisis in Europe has changed the lifestyles of those in Spain, Portugal and Italy whom up until yesterday were living the 'dolce vita'. Stores are even opening up their doors during the siesta time when tourists arrive.
- Italys PM: Turkey is a treasure for us 08.05.2012
/ Prior to Erdoğan's visit to Italy, SABAH had the opportunity to speak with Italian Prime Minister Monti, who expressed that he believes Ankaras privileged relations with the entire Arab world is a treasure that and would increase the EUs effectiveness capacity.
- Berlusconi faces crunch vote, pressure to quit 08.11.2011
/ Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, under massive pressure to resign, faces a crucial vote on public finances in parliament on Tuesday which could sink his government if enough party rebels desert him.
- 48 hours in Siena, Italy 10.12.2011
/ Often overshadowed by its bigger and more powerful ancient rival Florence, Siena has always been a jewel in Italy's rich crown of cultural heritage and an ideal place to immerse yourself in the history of Tuscan art.
- Spain and Italy seal their places in Euro 2012 07.09.2011
/ World champions Spain and Italy completed the formalities of qualification for Euro 2012 on Tuesday, Netherlands are as good as through and England are in a commanding position to secure a place in next years finals.
- New Italian, Greek governments race to limit damage 14.11.2011
/ Technocrat leaders in Italy and Greece were rushing to form governments as they sought to limit the damage from the euro zone debt crisis on Monday, with stocks and the euro rising when markets opened in Asia.
- 48 hours in Milan 18.11.2011
/ When people think of Milan they immediately conjure up images of catwalks, skinny lattes and pizzas but the true face of Italy's second city is actually very different.
- Italy's Berlusconi says S&P move does not reflect reality 20.09.2011
/ Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said on Tuesday that Standard & Poor's decision to downgrade its unsolicited ratings on Italy did not reflect reality and said his government was already preparing measures to spur growth.