Italy, once the European epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, has warned its citizens against flouting social distancing mandates.
Donor-supported nongovernmental organizations in Italy are fighting for their survival and risk being forgotten as they face their own uncertain future in the pandemic's economic aftershocks.
At JFK Airport, a pilot wearing his flight cap and the required face mask, tugged his luggage into an empty terminal. Inside were more birds than people. Three flights were listed for the afternoon.
But where federal help has arrived, assistance from Italy's European partners has been slow through the pandemic, underscoring a tenuous relationship between one of the hardest-hit nations and its neighboring allies.
As the European nation hardest-hit by the coronavirus, the prime minister told Italians on Sunday that "this summer we will not be spent on the balcony."
Bianca Dobroiu arrived at the Sant'Orsola-Malpighi Polyclinic hospital in Bologna with a fever above 105 degrees and was diagnosed with COVID-19.
At least 346 Chinese nationals who travelled from Moscow through Suifenhe contracted the disease, turning the town into a point of strain for the "strategic partnership."
Signs of growing tensions last week prompted the interior minister, Luciana Lamorgese, to request greater police attention to "riots by groups of extremists."
Pope Francis' former treasurer who was acquitted of child sexual abuse on Monday was also the subject of an extemporaneous homily given on Thursday.
All other members of OPEC agreed to cut 10 million barrels a day in production, a 23 percent reduction of the group's baseline.
The rescue comes a day after the government declared it could no longer guarantee the rescue or disembarkation of those seeking refuge and closed its harbors.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte warned that divisions revealed in the negotiations may spell the end of cooperation among eurozone countries.
Speaking from Rome during an American TV interview, Giuseppe Conte said his country's resolve was under strain as the death toll mounted.
Italy's Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese announced a new app called "YouPol," which would allow victims to alert authorities without making a phone call.
Newsweek senior editor Kenneth R. Rosen fled from Europe to the U.S., escaping one quarantine and landing in another.
A visual reconstruction by Amnesty International and SITU Research found projectiles killed at least two dozen Iraqis since October 2019.
A new report tallies up the material losses of the war, but the damage to Iraqi moral and earthly heritage is impossible to quantify.
The 91-year-old was put on trial for murders and corruption by his democratically elected successors, but came to enjoy a lucrative retirement in his final years under Egypt's current autocratic rulers.
The archives, which open on March 2, chronicle a fraught period for the Vatican, during which time it remained silent about the Holocaust.
William McRaven made an impassioned defense of former Director of National Intelligence, the country's chief spy, Joseph Maguire, who the admiral said he knew for more than four decades.
More than 50,000 people have been asked to remain shuttered inside their homes.
Between 2012 and 2017 Navy Medicine identified patients who had a positive fecal occult blood test but never received documentation of a "result and next steps."
The current cost to the federal government for operations in Iraq is an estimated $1.922 billion, including interest and additions to the base budget.
Britain's withdrawal from the EU means American industry and military will lose a key ally and advocate within European defense structures.
Voters in Emilia-Romagna saw off Matteo Salvini's bid, but the Five Star Movement, a key plank of the centrist government, came a distant fourth, setting the stage for later showdowns.
The rockets reportedly hit the embassy cafeteria and caused minor injuries to at least one person.
The region of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy has voted liberal since World War Two. Elections on Sunday could signal a symbolic shift to the right.
The Kurds led the fight against ISIS in Syria. Now, as America considers its withdrawal, these U.S. allies face an existential threat from their neighbors.