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An Italian tenor who got a big break subbing for Luciano Pavarotti was fighting for his life Tuesday in a Sicilian hospital after a road accident.
Filmmaker Sofia Coppola is going back to her roots, getting married Saturday in the remote, southern Italian town where her great-grandfather was born.
The Italian league voted against adopting a collective contract signed by the players on Wednesday, raising the possibility of a Serie A strike.
Samuel Eto'o is leaving Inter Milan for Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala in a deal that likely will make the Cameroon striker the world's highest-paid soccer player.
French and German leaders said Sunday they wanted full implementation of measures agreed to at a eurozone summit in July in order to safeguard the single currency as markets brace for fresh turmoil this week.
Angelina Jolie traveled to the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa on Sunday and thanked its residents for welcoming in the estimated 20,000 migrants who arrived after fleeing unrest in Tunisia and Libya.
Hours after NATO airstrikes pounded the area near Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's compound again before dawn Thursday, Russia's envoy to Libya turned up at a bombing site while on a visit to Tripoli for talks on ending the civil war.
Former Lazio captain Giuseppe Signori was among 16 people arrested on Wednesday for alleged involvement in a match-fixing and betting ring throughout Italy.
Al Qaeda terrorists in north Africa are reaping large profits from the cocaine trade, Algeria's interior minister said in comments published Thursday.