For most students, graduating from university is a rite of passage into adulthood before heading out into the real world. But Italy's oldest graduate has that behind him; Giuseppe Paterno is a veteran of World War II and a great-grandfather.
German farmers are facing the third consecutive year of crop loss due to insufficient rainfall. How can the agriculture industry across Europe adapt to our changing climate?
In the aftermath of a coronavirus testing scandal in Dhaka, Bangladeshis living in Rome have reported a change in attitude towards their community. Some say they have become stigmatized as "viral bombs."
Glacier scientists are investigating the appearance of pink ice at Italy's Presena Glacier, an Alpine region known for skiing and outdoor sports. Research suggests the algae could contribute to increased glacial melt.
Italian authorities stunned the world by announcing the "Islamic State" was trying to ship €1 billion worth of amphetamines into Europe. But after analysts raised doubts, eyes turn to President Bashar Assad's regime.
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