With 1.5M Muslims, Islam still not Officially Recognized as a Religion in Italy


With 1.5 M Muslims , Islam is not recognized as Official Religion in ItalyJNN 30 May 2015 Milan : Italian Muslims are praying in warehouses, parking lots and garages due to the lack of official mosques in the country – and they are not happy about it. Continue reading

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Sardinians Wants to Quit Italy , to Become Swiss


Sardinia Wants to Join SwissJNN 28 Mar 2014 Rome : The island of Sardinia plans to hold an online referendum on independence from Italy, following in the footsteps of country’s northeastern Veneto region, where a similar vote revealed high separatist moods. Continue reading

Italian Muslims the 2nd Largest Community, Demands Official Recognition


Italian Muslims PrayingJNN 16 Feb 2014 Rome : Members of the Italian Muslim community have come together to discuss problems facing the religious minority, highlighting Muslim contributions to the Italian economy and complaining about lack of official status for the second largest religious group in the country. Continue reading

Indian Govt for the Recovery of Marines Puts Italian Ambassador on ECL


Indian Protest Against Itlaian GovtJNN 18 Mar 2013 Delhi : India’s airports were put on alert Friday to prevent Italy’s ambassador from taking flight, in a dramatic escalation of a dispute over two Italian marines who skipped bail while on trial for murder. Continue reading

Recessions & Un Employement Deepening As a Result Demos, Strikes sweep Europe


JNN 17 Nov 2012 MADRID/LISBON – Police and protesters clashed in Spain and Italy on Wednesday as millions of workers went on strike across Europe to protest against spending cuts they say have made the economic crisis worse. Continue reading

Eurozone’s unemployment at record high amid debt crisis , Italian unemployment reached 13-year high in June


JNN 02 Aug 2012 Rome : The number of people unemployed across the 17 countries that share the euro currency has hit a record high in June, official figures show. While Italy has been Among the worst hit, the Italian youth have been hit hard as joblessness among the people aged 15 to 24 stood at 34.3 percent in June.  Continue reading

Italian PM Berlusconi resigns , after Parliament approves Economic austerity Plan


JNN 13 Nov 2011 : Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has resigned after 17 years of domination in Italy’s political scene, as thousands of people gathered in center of the capital to celebrate his departure. Continue reading

Moamer Gaddafi still calling the shots , intensified attacks on rebel controlled areas


JNN 09 May 2011 : Moamer Gaddafi’s troops unleashed a salvo of Grad rockets on towns in Libya’s western mountains, and destroyed key fuel supplies in Misrata, aggravating a desperate humanitarian crisis in the besieged city. Continue reading

Egyptian getting ready for Revolution's Final Stage


JNN 10 April 2011 : Thousands of demonstrators barricaded themselves in Cairo’s central square with burned-out troop carriers and barbed wire Saturday and demanded the removal of the military council ruling Egypt, infuriated after soldiers stormed their protest camp overnight, killing at least one person and injuring 71 others. Continue reading

Egyptian getting ready for Revolution’s Final Stage


JNN 10 April 2011 : Thousands of demonstrators barricaded themselves in Cairo’s central square with burned-out troop carriers and barbed wire Saturday and demanded the removal of the military council ruling Egypt, infuriated after soldiers stormed their protest camp overnight, killing at least one person and injuring 71 others. Continue reading

ITALY PUTS EMPHASIS ON CONTINUATION OF NUCLEAR TALKS WITH IRAN


iran-euThe Italian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maurizio Massari has once again emphasized on continuation of negotiations with Iran. Throughout an interview with IRIB correspondent in the Italian city of L’Aquila on Thursday on the sidelines of G8 Summit, the Italian official referred to this Summit’s political statement in support for talks with Iran.

Meanwhile, according to the Italian news agency ANSA, following the issuance of G8 statement, head of the Zionist regime’s national security council, Uzi Arad, has criticized the absence of call for imposition of new sanctions against Iran, and emphasis of this statement on continuation of talks with Iranian officials, while confessing to humiliating failure of the Zionist regime’s policy vis-à-vis Iran’s nuclear issue.