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US wants to deepen ties with Italy - Blinken

The United States wants to "deepen" ties with Italy, secretary of state Antony Blinken tweeted Thursday after phone talks with Italy's foreign minister that covered Libya and Navalny case and terrorism among current international issues.

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Libya, Navalny, NATO focus of Di Maio-Blinken talks

War-ravaged Libya, jaied Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, ties with Russia, Nato and terrorism were at the centre of phone talks on Thursday between Italy's foreign secretary Luigi Di Maio and his US secretary of state Antony Blinken, the foreign ministry said in a statement.

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Local Italian, Libyan mayors meet

Italian and Libyan mayors have shared knowledge and experience of local government in a pioneering gathering aimed at fostering cooperation between local councils in the two countries.

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Di Maio backs Conte to lead a new govt

Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio said on Wednesday his grassroots 5Star Movement wants outgoing premier Giuseppe Conte to lead a new government, rejecting suggestions he wants to replace Conte as Italy's next prime minister.

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Italian lawmakers denounce Holocaust, anti-Semitism

In a statement marking the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi death camp Auschwitz, Italy's lower house of parliament's Israel cooperation group deplored the World War II murder of six million Jews in Europe and urged the world to fight anti-Semitism.

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Italy, other G7 members,EU condemn Navalny's detention

Italy's top diplomat Luigi Di Maio and his US, UK, Canadian, French, German, Japanese and EU counterparts have issued a statement condemning "the politically motivated arrest and detention" of Russian opposition activist Alexey Navalny.

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Italy, US relationship 'special' - Di Maio

Italy and the United States will always be bound by a unique friendship and a strategic partnership, foreign minister Di Maio wrote Tuesday in a tweet congratulating Antony Blinken on a Senate vote confirming him as US secretary of state.

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Italy committed to human rights, battling terrorism in the Sahel

Italy is committed to fighting terrorism in Africa's Sahel through its role in peace missions to Mali and Niger. But upholding human rights and fostering good governance are key to long-term peace and stability in the region, deputy foreign minister Emanuela Del Re said on Tuesday.

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Eni awarded new North Sea production licence

Italian energy giant Eni has been awarded a new production licence in the UK sector of the North Sea, some 250 kilometres offshore near the Norwegian border, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.

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Europe on the brink of social crisis - Gentiloni

A "social crisis" looms in the Coronavirus-ravaged European Union but it has an "unprecedented" chance for economic revival and policies to create jobs and growth, economy commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said on Tuesday.

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UK: Regeni killing 'an awful crime'

Cambridge University researcher Giulio Regeni's 2016 abduction and unsolved murder of was an "awful" crime that "wounded" the free world, the British government tweeted on Monday - the fifth anniversary of Regeni's disappearance in Cairo.

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Dialogue with Egypt linked to human rights - Italy

Egypt is an key player in the Mediterranean region but dialogue with the country "cannot be at the expense of human rights," Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio said on Monday - the fifth anniversary of PhD student Giulio Regeni's abduction in Cairo and unsolved murder.

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Regeni killing 'an open wound' Di Maio tells Europe

The unsolved 2016 murder in Egypt of Italian PhD student Giulio Regeni is "an open wound" for Italy but also for Europe, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio told European Union counterparts in Brussels on Monday.

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Italy gives €500,000 of emergency aid for Ethiopia

Italy's deputy foreign minister Emanuela Del Re has organised €500,000 euros of emergency funding to help vulnerable Ethiopians, especially in conflict-hit Tigray, where around 2.3 million people - nearly half of the province's population - needs aid, according to the United Nations.

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