After a deal collapse and revival, Italy’s populist parties are set to govern in a coalition under political novice Giuseppe Conte
A fresh corruption scandal in Italy has heightened already simmering tensions within its fragile coalition government. The crisis comes as support for the far-right League has surged.
Though the European Union is calling for a unified approach to trade with China, the individual member states are courting the country for investment. That has created quite the tightrope act, DW's Frank Sieren writes.
An Italian party dispute over the EU-funded rail project linking Italy's Turin to the French city of Lyon threatened to bring down the government. The prime minister has now halted the launch of Italian tenders.
Italy's coalition government of the populist Five Star Movement and the far-right League party has failed to ease tensions in Brussels between vocal pro-Europeans and nationalists. Where are the Five Star's allegiances?
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