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.
Romans are counting on their mayor to resign as the city falls into a steep decline in both safety and public services. Besides its crumbling infrastructure, the city is also reeling from the brutal murder of a teenager.
In far-right League-dominated territory in northern Italy, a veteran farmer and a number of African youths have set up their own organic farm amid a crackdown on asylum-seekers. Ylenia Gostoli reports from Oleggio.
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 anti-establishment Five Star Movement has won the most seats outright in Italy's national elections. DW looks at its 31-year-old leader.
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