'There is no objection if the person making this choice is an informed adult. A problem arises when children are involved'
'Sometimes the loneliness melts into tears. Sometimes it's like a summer storm. It comes suddenly and overtakes one,' say the Rome police in a statement
Children discovered the cat, which appeared to be lifeless, floating in the sea near Sicily
Bergamo airport temporarily closed after DHL courier jet ploughs through car park
Two tourists can be seen abseiling down the Flavian Amphitheatre's 48m-high walls
Banks are networked both domestically and internationally through inter-bank borrowing and lending and derivative transactions. Problems at one bank can quickly spread, infecting other firms and the financial system
'We're living in a shameful chapter for European history – we can’t even treat people like humans'
'I think we should be developing the model that suits the United Kingdom and the European Union, not adopting necessarily a model that is on the shelf already'
'I'll probably have to shut down the town hall', says local mayor
Italians will have a say on reforms to its Senate, the upper house of parliament, in October
It is illegal to jump into Rome’s fountains and doing so carries a fine of up to €200
A small child was rescued from the wreckage and taken to hospital in a helicopter
Paolo Gentiloni suggests that referendum result is not binding
A 38-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of murder motivated by racism
Chef Nina Parker draws on her passion for this part of the world and her Italian training to create the old-world charm of Italy’s most dramatic coastline in her second book, ‘Capri’
'The whole banking market is under pressure,' says Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, chairman of Societe Generale