Reaction to a recently released documentary on the Red Brigades underscores the difficulty of coming to grips with the violence of the 1970s.
Changes will allow twisted, misshapen, and oddly colored produce on Europe's tables.
Italian students and teachers are staging the largest protests in 15 years after a $10.2 billion funding cut.
The death of Bulgarian writer Georgi Markov in 1978 raises questions about Europe's lingering ties to communism.
The recent death of an African immigrant in Milan highlights racial and ethnic tensions.
Their 10-day ordeal highlights risks to adventure travelers and their guides in remote Egypt due instability in neighboring countries.
Women journalists are setting a precedent for Italian women in the workplace. But low female employment remains a problem.
Residents of Topeka, Kan., turn out for the 11th annual event to collect and count Italian wall lizards in the name of science and fun.