By Gabriele Pileri and Philip Pullella
By Aidan Lewis and Steve Scherer
By Gabriele Pileri and Steve Scherer
By Giulia Segreti
By Yannis Behrakis
By Gavin Jones ROME (Reuters) – Two more aid groups have suspended migrant rescues in the Mediterranean, joining Doctors Without Borders, because they felt threatened by the Libyan coastguard.
By Steve Scherer
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The number of African migrants arriving in Italy after crossing the Mediterranean from Libya dropped by more than half in July from June, the European Union’s border agency
Police in South Eastern Italy arrest four suspected mafia members accused in a string of murders near a popular tourist destination. The country’s Puglia region has seen a rise in violence in recent months due to deadly feuds between rival groups.