Giovanni Arrivoli, 41, was found shot three times and half buried in a ditch near Naples
Italy had been the last major Western country to not recognise civil unions for same-sex couples
Ukrainian man acquitted of stealing £3 worth of food because he 'acted out of necessity'
'We must protect our minors and severely punish abusers'
Italy is on the cusp of great change. Our economy is growing and our position in Europe is changed from the source of problems to the provider of their answers
Up to 500 refugees are feared to have died in the largest disaster of 2016 so far
In the first of our three-part series on Italy, produced in association with Lonely Planet, Sarah Barrell introduces the country's varied regional delicacies, from Piedmont's truffles and risotto to Puglia's 'cocina povera'
Investigation launched into how the 15th century works were acquired
French President Francois Hollande dismissed his claim, saying French wines were just 'more expensive'
The barrier is being built as a response to the anticipated flow of refugees trying to enter Austria from Italy
In spring 2014, Michael Gallagher and Alexandra Carson were poolside in Santa Monica, California, talking logistics for a month-long vacation through Europe.
'We hope that it will not have to be necessary to decide on such matters'
Spring sunshine and annual processions make this a particularly alluring time to visit the Tuscan capital
More than 16,000 asylum seekers and migrants have arrived in Italy so far this year
The concept product could save lives if it ever makes it to market
Djamal Eddine Ouali was detained under a European arrest warrent in connection with a probe into fake ID documents used by Paris and Brussels attackers