30 years after the murder of film director, poet, and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini, his murderer denied charges and pointed his finger at three other culprits. Pino Pelosi announced on a television program last week that he was not the murderer and that the real perpetrators had been left free
A wave of tit-for-tat executions has recently engulfed Naples, southern Italy’s main metropolis. The Camorra, the mafia-like criminal organization that controls large swathes of the city and other towns in Campania has been wracked by internal conflict since a splinter group of “Scissionisti”
A documentary film transmitted on public television last week broadcast footage from a hidden video camera of one of Italy’s top football players, Fabio Cannavaro, being injected with a substance administered by a doctor before a match.
Although the substance that was injected, Neoton, is not actually
Pope Benedict VXI, looking a little tired after an emotional few weeks, was inaugurated as Pope last Sunday. After the 350,000 strong crowds left the square, Rome packed away the last of the big screens, tent cities, plastic bottles and barriers and probably sighed its relief at a job