Apr 5, 2019

World Bank Lowers Russia’s 2019 GDP Forecast to 1.4%

The World Bank said on Friday it had lowered its forecast for annual economic growth in Russia this year to 1.4 percent from a projection in January of 1.5 percent.

Read More
show all economy
show all agriculture


Apr 17, 2019

How to enhance a territory? Ask the students

A project of the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga Park to support the local economy, cultural integration and nutritional education for the younger generations

Read More
Apr 8, 2019

Suspect package sent to Lavazza, Ferrero, Vergnano

Like the package to Appendino, it was signed “Scuola Diaz”

Feb 27, 2019

Kazakhstan, two and a half million hectares of unused agricultural land

Civil activist Taizhan: necessary boost the land lease market while maintaining land as a state property.

show all agriculture
Mar 18, 2019

Astana to host ITB Eurasia tourism exhibition in 2020

The memorandum of cooperation was signed between the  Kazakh Minister of Culture and Sports Arystanbek Mukhamediuly, Kazakh Ambassador to Germany Bolat Nusupov and ITB Berlin exhibition director David Ruetz

Read More
Jan 10, 2019

Russia Could Introduce E-Visas by 2021

The system is set to be developed by October

Nov 29, 2018

Moscow’s First Cable Car Shuts Down After Opening in Suspected Cyberattack

A cyberattack forced all passengers to disembark the cable car only two hours after it opened.

show all tourism
Dec 11, 2018

Bulgari in the Kremlin: Jewels in a Jewel Box

For the first time in Russia

Read More
Sep 25, 2018

Kors takes Versace

The American group brand founded 40 years ago from Gianni Versace and relauned by sister Donatella 

show all fashion
Apr 9, 2019

Salvini: we’re aiming to be top group in Europe

“We want to change EU”

Read More
Apr 4, 2019

NATO Chief Warns Of Russia Threat, Urges Unity in U.S. Address

Stoltenberg also called on Russia to return to compliance with the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty

Apr 3, 2019

Europe is concerned over Italy’s economic “regression”

The European Commission and the OECD both voiced concern over the Italian economy’s slowdown to Premier Giuseppe Conte Tuesday

show all politics
Apr 16, 2019

China in the driving seat

The new geography of manufacturing. The speed at which China is changing its energy mix, from coal to gas. Europe’s response. The interwoven fates of Rome and Beijing over the Belt and Road Initiative

Read More
show all energy
Apr 16, 2019

Italy offers help in rebuilding Notre-Dame

Staff with experience at Fenice, Holy Shroud Chapel, Bari’s Petruzzelli theatre

Read More
show all culture
Dec 10, 2018

Entry to Pantheon to remain free

“On the contrary to what my predecessor decided in 2017, no entry ticket will be introduced”

Read More
show all design