Province of Rome

Albanian Migrant Ship’s Sinking Highlighted Europe’s Unequal Power Dynamics

On March 28, 1997, an Italian corvette sunk the Albanian migrant boat 'Katër i Radës' in the Adriatic, taking lives of at least 92 Albanians. Rome never accepted blame, reflecting the 'asymmetrical dynamic' that still governs the lives of so many in Europe today.

Italy weighs in as Cypriot fund goes after Lukoil plant

An Israeli-backed Cypriot fund's deal to buy a Lukoil-owned refinery in Italy is hanging in the balance ahead of a Cabinet meeting in Rome possibly this week, when veto powers would be weighed against energy hub aspirations that could replace Russian gas and put the final nail in the coffin of a proposed EastMed pipeline.

Vesic meets with Salvini

ROME - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic met with Italian Deputy PM and Minister of Infrastructure and Transport Matteo Salvini in Rome on Tuesday.

After the meeting, Vesic said that, in the period to come, the two countries would work together on abolishing transit permits.

Two Italian Air Force training planes collided near Rome PHOTO/VIDEO

One of the light aircraft crashed on the ground at the Guidonia air base, and the other on a parked car on the street.
There were no other injuries, according to Italian media.
Police and emergency services were dispatched to the scene of the accident.
According to initial information, two old military planes were involved in the accident.