Fresh elections are on the cards in Italy and the markets are jittery. Brent Goff asks Helena Humphrey if we're heading for a new euro crisis.
A DW interview with EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger has triggered strong emotions in Italy. But when it comes to controversy, cliches won't help anyone, writes La Repubblica journalist Roberto Brunelli.
The rise of anti-establishment parties in Italy has profoundly transformed Italian politics in just a decade. Now, with a second attempt at forming a government, the future is unclear. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
As EU leaders try to agree on how to deal with migrants already in, or trying to make it to Europe, Italy's far-right, anti-EU parties look to reap the benefits of discontent. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
Despite Italy's political turmoil, most people in the country want the election-winning populists to form a government and get to work. They're eager to see the political establishment pack up and leave.
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