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Taliban advance in Afghanistan worries Italy

Italy is concerned by the Taliban's military resurgence in Afghanistan and wants to see renewed diplomatic efforts towards an end to the conflict as international troops rapidly depart the war-wracked country.

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Di Maio roots for Italy at Tokyo Olympics

The whole of Italy is cheering on its athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio wrote on Facebook after Friday's opening ceremony at the Olympic Stadium in Japan's capital.

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Italy-FAO cooperation vast says Di Maio

There is "maximum" cooperation between Italy and the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation and this spans a very wide range of areas, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio stated Thursday.

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European floods sadden Italy

Italy is "in deep sorrow" for and stands ready to help the victims of the worst flooding in decades which has killed at least 120 people in western Europe this week, leaving hundreds more missing and homeless.

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Govt tracking Michele Colosio killing in Mexico

Italy's embassy in Mexico, "in close liaison with the foreign ministry", is following the case of 42-year-old aid worker Michele Colosio, who was killed in southern Chiapas state, the ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

Italy, India to extend economic ties

Italy and India have agreed to deepen their cooperation in the food processing, innovation and start-up sectors and to explore new trade opportunities in the textiles and leathers sectors, the foreign ministry said on Friday.

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Italy condemns Haitian president Moise's murder

The Italian government has deplored the "brutal" killing of Haiti's president Jovenel Moise, who was shot dead on Wednesday by heavily armed gunmen who stormed his home in the nation's capital Port-au-Prince.

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