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The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and far-right League are on the verge of forming the new Italian government having promised a "revolution." DW looks at Italy’s potential first populist coalition.
Two populist groups have emerged as the main forces in Italian politics following the March elections. The Five Star Movement has developed out of a protest group and the League has stepped up to head the center-right.
The Alternative for Germany wants to scrap the right to asylum and make development aid conditional upon stopping emigration. The party says its suggestions are "humane," but in practice they would be anything but that.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has met with his Italian counterpart in Rome. The two discussed ways to help Italy's fragile economic recovery as the country grapples with the ongoing migrant crisis.
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