April 1, 2011 Amnesty International says Italy's government allowed the living conditions of Tunisian migrants to reach a crisis point, with only minimal amounts of water available, and little access to basic sanitary facilities.
Moroccan-born dancer Karima El-Mahrough, nicknamed "Ruby the Heart Stealer," shakes hands with Austrian entrepreneur Richard Lugner, her date for the Vienna Opera Ball.
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March 3, 2011 Karima El-Mahrough, the Moroccan teenager linked to the sex scandal involving Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, will attend the highlight event of Vienna's social season Thursday night, along with a millionaire who is reportedly paying her $55,000 for the trip.
February 28, 2011 Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is back on trial for tax fraud today, after Italy's Constitutional Court stripped the embattled leader of immunity from prosecution. That decision also allows three other cases to move forward, as well, on charges ranging from abuse of power to sex with a minor.
December 21, 2010 Italian authorities report suspicious device found in subway station
July 10, 2008 Italy ordered the fingerprinting of every Roma Gypsy in the country, Swiss voters will soon decide whether or not to ban the construction of Muslim minarets, the European Union promises to expel every illegal immigrant by 2012... is xenophobia cre...
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