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Associated Press | Sunday April 21, 2013
Italy's Parliament on Saturday re-elected Giorgio Napolitano to an unprecedented second term as president, after party leaders persuaded the 87-year-old to serve again in hopes of easing the hostility that has thwarted formation of a new government.
Agence France-Presse | Saturday April 13, 2013
Four Italian journalists who were being held hostage in Syria have been freed, Prime Minister Mario Monti said in a statement on Saturday.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday April 9, 2013
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today told his Italian counterpart Mario Monti that a view on specific aspects of the case involving two marines facing murder charges in the country cannot be taken pending investigations.
Reuters | Thursday April 4, 2013
Italy's political crisis, already a month old, could drag on for at least several more weeks and is now inextricably tied up with the vote for a successor to President Giorgio Napolitano, the man in charge of finding a solution.
Press Trust of India | Thursday March 28, 2013
Outlining the reasons for sending back to India the two marines accused of killing Indian fishermen, Italy's outgoing Prime Minister Mario Monti said Rome faced serious risk of being isolated internationally and could have opened a crisis of "serious...
Reuters | Thursday March 28, 2013
Caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti, looking tired and distraught, said on Wednesday he was ready to leave office a day after a prominent member of his government resigned over the handling of a dispute with India.
Associated Press | Thursday March 28, 2013
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti addressed his country's parliament on Wednesday, a day after Italy's foreign minister resigned to protest against his government's decision to send two marines back to India to face trial in the deaths of two fisher...
Written by Noopur Tiwari, Edited by Mala Das | Wednesday March 27, 2013
As Italy's Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi resigned in protest over the sending back of two marines to face murder charges in India, it brought to fore serious differences within the government over an issue that has sparked a furore in the country.
Reuters | Friday March 22, 2013
A decision to return two Italian marines accused of murdering fishermen to stand trial in India stirred anger in Italy on Friday and calls for Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi to resign.
Reuters | Wednesday February 27, 2013
Italy's stunned political parties searched for a way forward on Tuesday after an inconclusive election gave none of them a parliamentary majority and threatened prolonged instability and a renewal of the European financial crisis.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday February 26, 2013
Italy was at an impasse on Tuesday after an election seen as crucial for the eurozone failed to produce a clear winner and provided a shock debut for a populist anti-austerity party, rattling world markets.
Reuters | Sunday February 24, 2013
Italians began voting on Sunday in one of the most closely watched elections in years, with markets nervous about whether it will produce a strong government to pull Italy out of recession and help resolve the euro zone debt crisis.
Thursday February 21, 2013
Worries about Europe's economic health sent shares, commodities and the single currency lower on Thursday, extending losses caused by growing uncertainty over the US Federal Reserve's future monetary policy.
Associated Press | Friday February 15, 2013
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has said that his government would "guarantee the correct governance" of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica, after its Chief Executive Officer Giuseppe Orsi was arrested on suspicion of corruption.
Rachel Donadio and Nicholas Kulish, The New York Times | Tuesday February 12, 2013
The decision, delivered in Latin and in unemotional tones by Pope Benedict XVI to a gathering of cardinals on Monday, came "like a bolt out of the blue," one of the participants said, and it soon ricocheted around the world.