The gruesome murder of 22-year-old Giulia Cecchettin has gripped Italy for three weeks. She was killed by her ex-boyfriend, exemplifying the dozens of Italian women who fall victim to their aggressive partners every year.
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Last Wednesday, European churches and other buildings drew attention to their persecuted fellow-Christians. By lighting up red, they want to highlight the “many violations that minorities suffer in particular.”
From next Tuesday, Italian minors should no longer be able to encounter pornography on their smartphones. That is the aim of a new law that comes into force next week. What is going to change?
The 8-month-old Indi has an uncurable illness. British doctors gave up hope, but Meloni wanted to save the child. Now, the English court refuses to let the baby go.
While the world is shaken by a new war, Italy has experienced a minor political earthquake related to gossip.
The Italian government urgently needs to increase the birthrate in the country. Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has promised financial measures to make having children more attractive.
The regions of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia are considering a proposal on medically assisted suicide.
On the Mediterranean Sea, an overcrowded boat carrying refugees and migrants capsizes. Dozens of those on board end up in the water. Suddenly, the rescue ship Aurora emerges through the high waves. Sea-Watch staff reach out to help the drowning people.
Every classroom of the Odoardo Focherini Middle School in Carpi used to have a crucifix on the wall. Now, the principal has removed them. However, some strongly oppose this decision.
Italian Christians are paying attention to refugees in various places in their country. Johan Kaashoek from the Dutch village of Elspeet visited them last week and went to several reception camps, including on the island of Sicily.