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    A Boy, a Bear and a Close Call in the Mountains of Italy

    A 12-year-old knew what to do (and what not to) when he crossed paths with a...

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    Italy, Pandemic’s New Epicenter, Has Lessons for the World

    The country’s experience shows that steps to isolate the coronavirus and limit people’s movement need to...

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    Behind the Virus Report That Jarred the U.S. and the U.K. to Action

    It wasn’t so much the numbers themselves, frightening though they were, as who reported them: Imperial...

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    Italy’s Health Care System Groans Under Coronavirus — a Warning to the World

    In less than three weeks, the virus has overloaded hospitals in northern Italy, offering a glimpse...

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    Canceled Events Because of Coronavirus List

    Here’s a look at some major events around the world that have been canceled, postponed or...

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    Italy Weighs Locking Down Much of the Country’s North

    The restrictions would affect Milan and the regions that serve as Italy’s economic engine and would...

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    Italian Police Arrest Over 300 in Raids on Organized Crime

    Officials said they had dismantled a major crime family within the ’Ndrangheta, the group based in...

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    How Russian Propaganda Showed Up in an Italian Murder Trial

    The evidence has raised alarms about the extent to which fake news, having infiltrated the West’s...

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    Italy’s New ‘Sardines’ Movement Packs Piazzas to Protest Far-Right Leader

    A liberal, grass-roots movement aims to support civility, equality and a candidate to undercut Matteo Salvini’s...

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    Italians Celebrate Their Coffee and Want the World to Do So, Too

    Italy wants traditional Italian espresso to be inscribed on UNESCO’s list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage...

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    Call It a Crime of Pasta

    The famous pasta-making women of Bari, Italy, are worried that a crackdown on contraband orecchiette pasta...

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    Love Conquers All in Italy’s Parliament, at Least for One Day

    In a surprise move, an Italian lawmaker proposed to his girlfriend ahead of a discussion in...

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    Dueling Matteos Battle for the Future of Italy

    Former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and the popular anti-migrant leader Matteo Salvini may be out of...

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    Italy’s Students Will Get a Lesson in Climate Change. Many Lessons, in Fact.

    Public schools will require children in every grade to study sustainability. That could put Italy at...

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    One Brother Stabbed the Other. The Journalist Who Wrote About It Paid a Price.

    The use of Europe’s “right to be forgotten” privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian...

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    Former Italian Prime Minister Says He’s Suing Trump Aide for Slander

    A far-right conspiracy theory promoted by members of the Trump administration has created a headache —...

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    First Barr, Now Pompeo: Italy Is Hub of Impeachment Intrigue for Trump Officials

    Visits to Italy by Attorney General William Barr and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, central figures...

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    An Underwater World of Marble to Amuse and Protect Tuscan Fish

    A fisherman wanted to prevent illegal trawling that had depleted local marine life. He came up...

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    A Chim Chiminey Parade Honors Sweeps and Recalls Past Horrors

    The Italian town said to be the cradle of chimney sweeps was once ashamed of its...

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    Giant Glacier on Mont Blanc Is in Danger of Collapse, Experts Warn

    The Italian authorities have closed two roads and evacuated mountain huts after researchers found a gaping...

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    Italy’s New Government Survives Key Test, Keeping Far Right at Bay

    Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte won a confidence vote in the Senate for his coalition of the...

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    A Chat With a Builder of Golf Courses

    Jim Fazio has worked on courses all over the world. But the most fun he ever...

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    Italy’s Leader Wins Confidence Vote After Denouncing Populist Rhetoric

    Giuseppe Conte’s new coalition government passed its first hurdle as he vowed to leave “explosive, belligerent...

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    In an Ancient Woodland, One of Italy’s Rare Gated Communities Flourishes

    The Olgiata Golf Club opened in 1961 near where the Etruscans’ richest city once stood. Nearby...

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    With New Cabinet, Italy’s Head-Spinning Political Turmoil Ends, for Now

    Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who salvaged his position with an unlikely coalition with the rival Democratic...

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    Italy’s Politics Go to the Beach

    For decades, immigrant peddlers have been part of the familiar fabric of the Italian summer vacation....

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    Why Markets Are Not Panicking About Italy (Yet)

    Uncertainty is a familiar part of Italian politics, and investors are already looking at what a...

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    New Government Takes Shape in Italy, Sidelining Salvini and the Hard Right

    The turnabout in Italy’s politics was as a relief to the European establishment. But the new...

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    Where Does Italy’s Enfeebled Five Star Find Itself? At the Center of Power

    In a remarkable turn, the collapse of Italy’s government has put the anti-establishment party back at...

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    Horse-Trading Begins for Italy’s Next Government. Who Will Outsmart the Other?

    The hard-right leader Matteo Salvini may have underestimated his rivals’ determination to stop him. Then again,...