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AP PHOTOS: Czech believers revive Easter rattling procession

Apr 19, 2019

Participants in black suits with white masks are marching in the southern Czech city of Ceske Budejovice, beating drums and pushing small carts in a revival of an Easter tradition

Animal welfare group and Albania quarrel over 3 lions' fate

Apr 18, 2019

An international animal welfare charity is locked in a spat with the Albanian government over three lions destined for a sanctuary in the Netherlands

Nero's opulent, newly restored Domus Transitoria reopens

Apr 12, 2019

The first palace built by Rome's most notorious emperor, Nero, has reopened to the public after an extensive renovation

Italy inaugurates Generali Tower designed by Zaha Hadid

Apr 9, 2019

Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte has inaugurated the twisting, 190-meter (623-foot), 44-story Generali Tower designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid

Euroskeptic, populist parties form alliance in Europe

Apr 8, 2019

Right-wing, euroskeptic populist parties in Europe announced a new, expanded alliance Monday that aims to become the strongest faction in the European Parliament and seeks to radically transform EU policies on migration, security, family and environment

EU investigates video game companies over antitrust concerns

Apr 5, 2019

EU competition watchdog investigates video game platform, game makers over antitrust concerns

Another infant boy in Italy dies after home circumcision

Apr 3, 2019

The news agency ANSA reports the death of another infant boy in Italy as the result of a circumcision performed at home

Lithuanian man flies alone on commercial plane to Italy

Apr 2, 2019

A Lithuanian man flying to Italy got a pleasant surprise when he boarded the plane: He was the only passenger on the Boeing 737-800

Milan's Malpensa Airport temporarily shut by drone sighting

Apr 1, 2019

Milan's Malpensa Airport was temporarily closed by a drone flying near a terminal, forcing four aircraft to be redirected to nearby airports

Conservative congress on family sharply divides Italy

Mar 30, 2019

Verona was the backdrop for a culture clash, as it hosted both a conservative congress on family values and a march by civic groups who denounced the event as a move to limit LGBT and women's rights

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