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June 7, 2017

Italian officials wrote to UK about Youssef Zaghba, says prosecutor

Bologna prosecutor says he saw report sent to London about terrorist and that in Italy ‘we never let him out of our sight’

An Italian prosecutor who led an investigation into the London Bridge attacker Youssef Zaghba has said officials provided Britain with a written warning about the risk he posed last year, and were so concerned about him they monitored him while he was in the country.

Giuseppe Amato, the chief prosecutor in Bologna, told the [...]

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June 2, 2017

EU to bypass Trump administration after Paris climate agreement pullout

Brussels rejects Trump’s offer to renegotiate landmark deal, as global politicians, business leaders and US state governors criticise president

The European Union has rejected Donald Trump’s offer to renegotiate the Paris climate agreement and pledged instead to bypass Washington to work with US business leaders and state governors to implement the historic accord’s commitments.

Less than 24 hours after the US president announced his decision to withdraw from the 2015 agreement and strike a new, less ambitious deal with the [...]

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February 10, 2017

Russia suspected over hacking attack on Italian foreign ministry

Exclusive: Italian government official says no classified emails were compromised in attack believed to have lasted more than four months last year

Russia is suspected by Italian officials of being behind a sustained hacking attack against the Italian foreign ministry last year that compromised email communications and lasted for many months before it was detected, according to people familiar with the matter.

An Italian government official confirmed that the attack took place last spring and lasted for more than four months but did not infiltrate an encrypted system used for classified communications.

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December 23, 2016

Berlin attacker manhunt ends in shootout but questions remain

Authorities face questions after Anis Amri manages to travel over 1,000 miles around Europe in spite of arrest warrant

The hunt for Europe’s most wanted man ended in a gun battle outside a Milan train station in the early hours of Friday but left authorities facing tough questions about how an armed suspected terrorist had been able to travel hundreds of miles on public transport before being caught.

Italy’s interior minister, Marco Minniti, said on Friday that the man shot in Milan was “without a shadow of a doubt” Anis Amri, who is [...]

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