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8 Apr 2021
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Tuesday (April 6) urged the Libyan government to ensure that the country's ceasefire is maintained and strictly observed.
20 Mar 2021
Even prior to the pandemic, birth rates in Italy were among Europe’s lowest. Now, Italians are having even fewer children. Why is that? Bernd Riegert reports from Bergamo.
1 Mar 2021
We start in the United States, where debate over a federal minimum wage hike to $15 an hour rages on in the press. We also look at how a carbonara recipe published by the New York Times has sparked outrage and dismay in Italy. We then turn to India, where authorities recently published a road safety ad... with a Daft Punk twist.
15 Feb 2021
Rafa Nadal threw a blanket over the fire of Fabio Fognini to cruise into the quarter-finals of the Australian Open with a 6-3 6-4 6-2 win on Monday. Facing the man who dumped him from the 2015 U.S. Open, second seed Nadal held steady against the fierce hitting of the flamboyant Italian and counter-punched brilliantly to avoid a longer scrap at a sunbathed Rod Laver Arena.
14 Feb 2021
EXCLUSIVE: TVC News speaks with the Italian who was the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Nigeria
31 Dec 2020
Egypt's public prosecutor has rejected Italy's claims that five Egyptian police officers were tied to the killing of student Giulio Regeni. The real perpetrator was "unknown," officials said.
16 Dec 2020
GuardianTV had a chat with the talented Ify Obi the founder of Olive Ankara to discuss her transition from the world of science to the world of fashion. The fashion designer who is a Nigerian-Italian is based in Singapore discussed her fascination with the African Print popularly called Ankara.⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣
19 Sep 2020
Despite pandemic, Italian island of Lampedusa faces influx of migrants
6 Jun 2020
16 Mar 2020
The Canadian-Italian couple went missing while traveling through Burkina Faso, where armed militants with links to "Islamic State" and al-Qaida are active. It's not known who was responsible for their abduction.
30 Nov 2018
A Nigerian police investigation has retrieved hundreds of millions of dollars in stolen state oil funds. It came as an Italian court sentenced two men to four years in jail in a case involving Eni and Shell in Nigeria.
2 Mar 2018
As several Italian parties try to capitalize on the issue of immigration, former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is back in the limelight, leading a center-right coalition — although he himself is currently barred from public office due to a tax fraud conviction.

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