Once upon a time, Bruno Mazza was a drug dealer behind bars. Now he’s a beloved soccer coach, teaching kids about values like teamwork and respect. He wants to help children avoid the traps he fell into.
The slave auctioning of African migrants in Libya shows how humans are deprived of all dignity. We should renounce all forms of ideology and prejudice that reduce people to merchandise, writes DW's Fred Muvunyi.
Italian police have recovered two stolen paintings by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. The works, found in an anti-Mafia raid, were taken from a museum in Amsterdam in 2002.
In a Naples neighborhood dominated by mafia, young people who worked for the Camorra syndicate as kids teach the arts of circus, theater and parkour as an alternative to a life of crime. Sara Manisera reports from Barra.
Earthquake-prone Italy has a history of rebuilding without learning from the past. Geologists are not alone in hoping this time will be different. There are signs it may be, reports Megan Williams from Accumoli and Rome.
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