Down in the heel of Italy's boot, Mark C O'Flaherty tucks into some of the country's best and least-pretentious cooking
'He was in a really serious, worrying condition and he knew it'
Relatives told The Independent they recognised the arrested man as Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe
People will be able to 'walk on water' for 3km free of charge as 150 volunteers watch over safety
Spain has seen a sharp rise in bookings for this summer, but there's still capacity elsewhere in Europe
More than 800 migrants and refugees have drowned in disasters over the past week alone
Investigators said her attacker used a cigarette lighter to set her face on fire after dousing her with alcohol
Sawday's lady on the ground in Italy, Nicole Franchini proves that you don't have to have the funds of a Medici to enjoy the splendours of Italy. Here, she selects her top places to stay around the country from Sawday’s new Special Places to Stay: Italy guide
Around 14,000 people have been rescued from flimsy vessels in the last week
‘I will be able to feel the sun on my skin and look out of the window without bars in front of my eyes’
Deaths have fallen in the Aegean Sea but crossings over the Central Mediterranean continue
Producers of Grana Padano were unhappy with the joke and say it has damaged their brand
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'