Italy

France bans unlimited soda refills

By Usma Shaheen France bans unlimited refills on sugary soft drinks The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust.  As such we need to raise £1’000’000…



Nutella fights back over cancer claims

By Safia Aktar Nutella’s manufacturer fights back over claims the spread can cause cancer The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust.  As such we need…



Berlin attacker shot dead in Milan

Heyami Alghatta Italian interior minister Marco Minniti say Amri has been identified and killed “without a shadow of doubt” The attacker in the tragic HGV attack on a christmas market in Berlin has been shot by police in the Italian city of Milan. Related Stories: Berlin Terror Attack Berlin attacker…


Latest Brexit News

By Heyami Alghatta Over 4 million sign petition to undo the referendum Public launch legal challenge to block Brexit The EU rejects UK:EU ties 42% Rise in racial hate crime London Independence Over 4.1 million sign protest to undo the Brexit vote the nation now regrets The UK government has…


Etna’s volcanic eruption blacks out the sky over Sicily

By Libero Dutti Main image by Marco Restivo | Barcroft Media The great looming presence of Mount Etna, Europe’s highest volcano exploded in a majestic, beautiful yet deadly show in Sicily today. The eruption threw out vast quantities of ash and lava, blacking out the Mediterranean sky above. Remarkable sights of lightning bolts entwining around bellowing…




Dirty water for 1 in 3 in Italy. EU imposes sanctions

By Ramiro De Rege Fourteen regions are in breach of European laws racking up €500 m per year in EU fines. Yet €3.5 billion of unspent water purification funds remains unspent. The 2’034 year old Acqua Vergine aqueduct inaugurated by Agrippa, son of Roman Emperor Augustus, still fuels the capital’s famous…