Prosecutors: Berlin Christmas market gun likely the same as in Italy

There is a 99-per-cent probability the gun prime terror suspect Anis Amri used against police in Italy is the same weapon that killed the driver of a highjacked lorry in Berlin, Milan prosecutors...

Milan mayor expected to step aside amid probe into Expo contracts

Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala is expected to announce Friday that he is temporarily stepping down because he has learned that he is under investigation for his work organizing the 2015 Expo world fair...

Berlusconi: AC Milan sale to Chinese could be postponed by six weeks

The deadline for the sale of AC Milan to a group of Chinese investors, scheduled for December 13, could be extended by 30-45 days, former Italian premier and club chairman Silvio Berlusconi said...

Inter Milan draw at home as stuttering start continues

Inter Milan were held 1-1 at home by Palermo Sunday but Mauro Icardi's leveller at least gave them their first point from two Serie A games.

Italy expels head of Islamic centre accused of radical propaganda

The leader of an Islamic cultural centre in northern Italy has been expelled for spreading radical propaganda, Interior Minister Angelino Alfano said Wednesday.

Italy arrests four people for smuggling migrants along Balkans route

Four Pakistani men who smuggled into Italy migrants seeking to enter Europe via the Balkans route have been arrested, Italy's Carabinieri police said Saturday.

Italy's Berlusconi sells AC Milan football to Chinese investors

Former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi is letting go of his AC Milan football team after more than 30 years, selling it to a consortium of Chinese investors in a 740-million-euro (825-million-...

Italy celebrates first gay unions as landmark reform comes into force

Civil unions between two homosexual couples were celebrated in Milan on Friday, in one of the first applications of a landmark reform on gay rights approved by the Italian parliament almost three...

Three dead in Milan building collapse; gas leak suspected

Three people died Sunday and nine were injured in a building collapse caused by a suspected gas leak in Italy's business capital Milan, the ANSA news agency reported.

Italy's supreme court strikes down local "anti-mosques" legislation

Italy's Constitutional Court has reportedly struck down a law that strictly limited the opening of new mosques and other places of religious worship in Milan's Lombardy region.

Rome and Milan still heavily polluted despite car traffic bans

Air pollution in Rome and Milan has remained dangerously high despite emergency traffic restrictions adopted this week to reduce contamination from carcinogenic fumes, official data showed Tuesday...

Rome retracts decision to ban car traffic to limit air pollution

Rome and Milan are Italy's two biggest cities, with populations of 2.9 million and 1.3 million respectively. During the traffic restrictions, people in both metropolises will be offered reduced-...