‘Cocaine King of Milan’ Arrested In Uruguay After 23 Years on The Run

ROME – Italian authorities say a top ‘Ndrangheta crime syndicate boss, on the run since 1994, has been arrested in Uruguay where he had been living under a false name and with a forged Brazilian passport. Read more

British Model Chloe Ayling Details Her Disturbing Story of Getting Drugged and Kidnapped In Italy

The British model held captive for six days as fiends tried to sell her as a sex slave described her terrifying ordeal to reporters Sunday, including how she woke up bound and gagged in a bag in the trunk of a car. Read more

Italian Jets, and The Israelis Who Profited From A $2.8B Deal

In 2012, Israel agreed to buy 30 training jets from the Italian air force. The last plane was delivered a year ago. Read more

Fugitive Mexican Ex-Governor Tomás Yarrington Arrested In Italy

Italian authorities on Sunday captured a fugitive Mexican former governor charged with drug smuggling, bank fraud, racketeering and money laundering, are expected to extradite him to Mexico over the next few days. Read more

Israeli Air Force Holds Joint Exercise With United Arab Emirates

The Israel Air Force began a joint exercise on Monday in Greece that included dozens of aircraft from foreign armies. Read more

Italian Fugitive Tracked Down in Mexico

MEXICO CITY – An Italian who faces more than five years behind bars in his homeland for drug trafficking was apprehended in the Caribbean resort city of Playa del Carmen, the Mexican Attorney General’s Office said on Friday. Read more

3 Iranians Caught In Italy With Fake Israeli Passports

Three Iranian nationals were caught in Italy with forged Israeli passports, Channel 2 News reported Wednesday night. Read more

Tiziana Cantone: Woman’s Suicide After Sex Tape Went Viral

Italy is facing calls to clamp down on online abuse and strengthen its internet privacy policies after a woman who featured in a homemade sex video shared widely online killed herself. Read more

Quake Brings Down Buildings In Italy, At Least 37 Reported Killed

ROME – A strong earthquake brought down buildings in mountainous central Italy early on Wednesday, trapping residents and sending others fleeing into the streets, with at least 37 people believed killed. Read more