There's no sign of the political deadlock in Italy breaking any time soon. We visited a family in Rome, one of millions in the country who are fed up with their leaders' inability to lead.
Italy's new populist government has won a confidence vote in the Senate. The incoming prime minister has promised to bring more welfare and harsher immigration policies.
Italy's would-be coalition partners need more time to thrash out a government deal. Based on the 5-Star Movement's rule in Parma, locals have little hope for success on a national level, as Megan Williams discovered.
The parties that won the most votes in Italy's elections have set forth the fundamentals for their coalition pact. Members of the 5-Star Movement and the League will vote on the terms of the deal over the weekend.
The EU has criticized Venezuela's election as nontransparent and undemocratic, and said it's discussing "appropriate measures." Without a precise plan of action, could a hard-line approach risk inflaming the crisis?
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