Ukraine warns of new Russian offensive; Sweden, Finland move closer to joining NATO Ukraine said Russia had started creating a military strike force aimed at President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's hometown of Kryvyi Rih, as NATO moved closer to the most significant expansion of the alliance in decades as it responds to the invasion of Ukraine.
Italy ratifies NATO membership for Finland, Sweden
Italy's parliament on Wednesday gave its final approval to a bill ratifying the accession of Finland and Sweden to the NATO alliance.
After Draghi, a mixed bag awaits Italy
As a result of September’s election the country’s Euro-Atlantic anchoring may actually be strengthened, but its European role will not.
Italian far right is struggling to find able candidates
Italy’s most popular party is scrambling to find capable ministerial candidates as it prepares to form a far-right government, a political insider has told the
Russia rejects accusations of interference in Italian elections
Anti-immigrant politician Matteo Salvini ditches prime minister after talks with Russian embassy; Moscow calls claims it intervened 'bizarre'
Opinion: I’m Italian and I’m deeply worried about our next likely prime minister
Giorgia Meloni is a staunch, unremitting social conservative from a political party with direct links to neo-fascism
Analysis from Italy: A political crisis that nobody wanted
Euronews' Rome Correspondent Giorgia Orlandi discusses Italy's unexpected government crisis. #EuropeDecoded
Urgent inquiry urged into claim Kremlin helped topple Italian government
The League - likely to become a key part of Italy's next government - has long-standing links to Russia