by Gianni Beretta There are now more and more cases of containers from Nicaragua being discovered in Europe with large quantities of drugs hidden inside. In the port of Vado Ligure, the coastal police Guardia di Finanza found 116 kilos...
by Anna Violante “We urge the Italian government, through the MUR (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research), to immediately terminate the cooperation agreement between the Italian government and Israel in the field of research and industrial, scientific and technological development,...
by Higerta Gjergji On 1 May 2024, the Parliament of Georgia passed the second reading of the bill on “foreign influence”, a controversial measure that sparked protests and criticism from the opposition, civil society and international opinion. The bill, which...
By Ambra Visentin The data collected and highlighted in the more than one-hour video investigation by Report, a programme of the public broadcaster RAI - with 12,000 employees, an annual budget of 2.5 billion euros and a market share of...
by Kateryna Mishchenko Russia began withdrawing its peacekeeping contingent, which was stationed in Nagorno-Karabakh and has now come under Azerbaijani control, starting from April 16. This information is reported by Azerbaijani media outlets ARA and Musavat. It is noted that Russian...
by Kateryna Mishchenko On April 8, Italian police arrested a citizen of Tajikistan at Fiumicino Airport, a suburb of Rome, home to Italy’s largest international airport. He arrived in the Italian capital from Eindhoven in the Netherlands. The Tajikistan native...
By Ambra Visentin  The school says no to militarisation. An appeal against the participation of students in the Frecce Tricolori training day at the Ghedi air base has been signed by almost 300 teachers from a high school in Desenzano...
by Maurizio Sacchi At 11.30 am today, Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was granted permission by the High Court in London to continue his appeal against extradition to the United States. The next hearing will take place on 20...
by Giuliano Battiston* As the four alleged perpetrators of the Crocus City Hall attack were jailed by a Moscow court for two months on remand, the Russian Federation lowered its flags to half-mast on Sunday in a day of mourning...
by Anna Violante “If we want peace, we must prepare for war,” wrote European Council President Charles Michel in his press release of 19 March, referring to the need to increase European military aid to Ukraine, and he soon outlined...

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