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year 2016 Top ^

Dec.22  Italy approves bailout for Monte dei Paschi
Dec.11  
  Rome: Gentiloni, 62, has been asked to form a government by the president Sergio Mattarella. Matteo Renzi, who resigned after losing a referendum
Dec.7  Renzi hands in resignation amid political turmoil Dec.4 PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat
  Rome: Renzi has resigned after suffering a heavy defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution. No vote leads with 60% against 40% for Yes


August 2016 ... more > Top ^
Aug.30  Italy earthquake: State funeral for 37 victims in Amatrice Aug.27  Museums to donate Sunday revenue to quake relief Aug.26 Italy earthquake: Day of national mourning for victims Aug.25 Emergency declared as hopes for more survivors fade

June 2016 ... more > Top ^
Jun.19  Rome set to elect Virginia Raggi as first female mayor Jun.11  Italian paper criticised for Mein Kampf giveaway Jun.9  Silvio Berlusconi to have heart surgery Jun.8  Suspect extradited for people smuggling 'is wrong man'

February 2016 ... more > Top ^
Feb.26   Gianni Infantino crowned new FIFA president    Switzerland: World football's governing body elected the Swiss-Italian lawyer after he defeated Bahrain's Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa in the 2nd...

year 2015 Top ^

Jun.25  EU leaders agree to speed up relocation Apr.19  Italian PM led calls for more EU action on sea migration Apr.18  Pope thanks Italy for migrant rescue effort

year 2014 Top ^

Jun.21  Pope Francis attacks 'evil' mafia in 'Ndrangheta base Apr.18  Pope Francis prays for abandoned in Good Friday service Apr.15  Berlusconi to do community service - court Feb.17 Italian president asks Renzi to form government
. Rome

year 2013 Top ^

Nov.27 Berlusconi expelled from Italy Senate
. Rome  Berlusconi faces expulsion vote Nov.16  Thousands march in Naples over toxic waste dumps Oct.19  Milan court hands Berlusconi 2-year political ban Oct.3  Italy day of mourning for boat dead Oct.2 Enrico Letta survives confidence vote after Berlusconi backtracks. Rome Sep.29  Italy PM takes crisis to parliament Sep.28 Berlusconi resignations spark crisis. Rome Aug.1 Berlusconi rages at prison ruling. Rome Jun.24   Berlusconi convicted in sex trial   Milan: Italy's former PM Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to seven years in jail and banned from public office for having sex with an underage prostitute Apr.27 Deal reached on Italian government. Rome Mar.23  Pope Francis meets his predecessor Feb.26 Europe anxious after Italy election deadlock

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.26   Berlusconi handed 4-year prison term for tax fraud  Milan: Flamboyant former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was sentenced Friday to four years in prison for tax evasion, but is very likely to...

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.13 Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi
. Rome Nov.12     Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM   Rome: Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister of Italy, after dominating the country's politics for 17 years Nov.11 Italy senate passes austerity law. Rome Nov.8  Berlusconi to resign as prime minister Oct.15  Protest rallies grip major cities Sep.19  Italy has debt rating cut by S&P Feb.13  Women stage anti-Berlusconi rallies Jan.17  Berlusconi sex allegations widen

year 2010 Top ^

Jun.29  Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.13   PM Silvio Berlusconi is bloodied by attack   Milan: Italian Prime Minister, 73, has been hit in the face and knocked to the ground after a political rally. He was taken to a hospital Oct.7  Berlusconi immunity law overruled Jul.9  World powers accept warming limit Jul.8  G-8 leaders pledge to seek emissions cuts Jun.10  Italy and France 'failing Africa' May.3 Berlusconi's wife to divorce him  Veronica Lario, the wife of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has confirmed that she will file for divorce Apr.28  Pope visits quake zone Feb.6  Right-to-die move blocked

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Jun.2 Summit targets global food crisis  Rome: A key UN-sponsored summit is set to open aimed at addressing the problem of soaring global food prices May.24   Violence breaks out over trash crisis   Naples: Police and protesters furiously clashed at government plans to dump mountains of uncollected trash from Naples in their towns Apr.14 Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
. Rome Jan.24 Prodi resigns after losing vote. Rome

year 2007 Top ^

Feb.22 Italian crisis talks as PM quits
. Rome

year 2006 Top ^

Sep.25  Pope: My respect for Muslims Aug.21  Italy steps in with Lebanon offer Jul.26  Mideast talks fail to reach cease-fire Jul.7  Berlusconi to be tried for fraud May.2  Berlusconi hands in resignation Apr.19  Supreme court confirms Prodi poll victory Apr.16  Benedict leads first Easter Mass as pope Apr.11 Prodi hails Italy poll 'victory'
. Rome Apr.10  Prodi ahead of Berlusconi in vote Feb.17  10 die in cartoon clash at consulate

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.24  Pope leads his first Christmas service Apr.20  Berlusconi to form new government Apr.18  No pope chosen in first vote Apr.17  Cardinals gather to choose pope Apr.8 Pope John Paul II buried in crypt
. Vatican Apr.7  Rome prepares for Pope's funeral Apr.6  Rome seeks to curb pilgrim crowds Apr.5  Hundreds of thousands say goodbye Apr.4  Crowds wait all night to see Pope  Pope's body makes final journey Apr.3  Clergy, dignitaries pay respects to pope Apr.2  Millions grieve for John Paul II  Pope begins losing consciousness Mar.27  Frail Pope blesses Easter crowds Mar.13  Pope returns to Vatican after op Mar.7  Funeral for agent shot in Iraq Mar.5  Wounded hostage back Feb.24 Pope has surgery to aid breathing. Vatican  Pope back in hospital with flu Feb.6  Sick Pope makes public appearance Feb.1 Pope John Paul rushed to hospital. Vatican

year 2004 Top ^

Dec.24  Pope prays for peace at midnight Mass Oct.29  EU leaders sign new constitution Oct.3  Island migrants sent back Jun.5  Bush: Terror now biggest challenge Mar.20  Rallies mark Iraq war anniversary Feb.3  Urgent bird flu summit

year 2003 Top ^

Oct.3  Talks over European Union's constitution Aug.23  Handshake for Berlusconi and Schroeder Jul.11  Tourist minister 'resigns' over German jibe Jul.2 Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur


year 2002 Top ^

Nov.9  Anti-war march attracts 200,000

year 2001 Top ^

Jul.20  G8 summit death May.14 Berlusconi won election
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Aug. 11, 1939   Axis Conference at Salzburg began
Map of Salzburg Austria  Austria: Oct. 20, 1922     Benito Mussolini seized power in Italy
  Rome: King Victor Emmanuel III handed over power to Mussolini (who stayed in Milan during the talks) by asking him to form a new government
Mar. 17, 1861 Proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy
  Turin: The Parliament declared the creation of the Kingdom of Italy, composed of both Northern Italy and Southern Italy
Feb. 9, 1849   Republic of Rome proclaimed  The government of Papal States was temporarily replaced by a republican government due to Pope Pius IX's flight to Gaeta Oct. 13, 1815 Joachim Murat, King of Two Sicilies, executed Map of Castello di Pizzo Calabria Italy  Southern Italy: Forces of the king, Ferdinand IV of Naples, arrested him, and he was put on trial for treason. He was eventually sentenced to death by firing squad Jan. 8, 1642 Death of Galileo Galilei, Italian physicist and astronomer   Northern Italy: Galileo continued to receive visitors until 1642, when, after suffering fever and heart palpitations, he died on 8 January 1642, aged 77 Dec. 4, 1563   Council of Trent ended   Northern Italy: The Council of Trent, held in Trento and Bologna, was one of the Roman Catholic Church's most important ecumenical councils Dec. 13, 1545   Council of Trent began   Northern Italy: Was one of the Roman Catholic Church's most important ecumenical councils. Prompted by the Protestant Reformation May. 17, 1527 Florentine revolt against the Medici   Northern Italy: The Florentines drove out the Medici for a second time and re-established a republic on May 16, 1527 May. 23, 1498   Girolama Savonarola burned at the stake   Northern Italy: Italian Dominican friar and preacher, became known for his prophecies of civic glory, destruction of secular art Sep. 7, 1303 Boniface VIII captured at Anagni Mar. 7, 1274 Thomas Aquinas dies Sep. 4, 1260 Ghibellines defeat Gulephs at Monaperti. Northern Italy Oct. 3, 1226 Francis of Assisi died Jan. 21, 1077 Henry IV as penitent at Canossa. Northern Italy Jul. 16, 1054   Excommunication of Churches  Rome: The break of communion between what are now the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches which began in the 11th century


  Benito Mussolini seized power in Italy




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  Rome: King Victor Emmanuel III handed over power to Mussolini (who stayed in Milan during the talks) by asking him to form a new government




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2016 Aug.27  Museums to donate Sunday revenue to quake relief 2009 Jun.10  Italy and France 'failing Africa'



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2016 Jun.19  Rome set to elect Virginia Raggi as first female mayor 2013 Feb.26 Europe anxious after Italy election deadlock
2008 Apr.14 Billionaire Berlusconi wins election. Rome 2006 Apr.11 Prodi hails Italy poll 'victory'. Rome Apr.10  Prodi ahead of Berlusconi in vote 2005 Apr.18  No pope chosen in first vote 2001 May.14 Berlusconi won election. Rome



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2016 Dec.22  Italy approves bailout for Monte dei Paschi Aug.25 Emergency declared as hopes for more survivors fade
2013 Apr.27 Deal reached on Italian government. Rome 2011 Sep.19  Italy has debt rating cut by S&P 2009 Feb.6  Right-to-die move blocked 2004 Oct.29  EU leaders sign new constitution 1849 Feb. 9, 1849 Republic of Rome proclaimed  The government of Papal States was temporarily replaced by a republican government due to Pope Pius IX's flight to Gaeta



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2009 Jul.9  World powers accept warming limit



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2015 Apr.18  Pope thanks Italy for migrant rescue effort 2014 Jun.21  Pope Francis attacks 'evil' mafia in 'Ndrangheta base Apr.18  Pope Francis prays for abandoned in Good Friday service 2013 Mar.23  Pope Francis meets his predecessor 2010 Jun.29  Italy to fight for crucifixes in classrooms 2006 Sep.25  Pope: My respect for Muslims Apr.16  Benedict leads first Easter Mass as pope 2005 Dec.24  Pope leads his first Christmas service Apr.17  Cardinals gather to choose pope Apr.6  Rome seeks to curb pilgrim crowds Apr.3  Clergy, dignitaries pay respects to pope Apr.2  Pope begins losing consciousness Mar.27  Frail Pope blesses Easter crowds Mar.13  Pope returns to Vatican after op Feb.24 Pope has surgery to aid breathing
. Vatican Feb.24  Pope back in hospital with flu Feb.6  Sick Pope makes public appearance Feb.1 Pope John Paul rushed to hospital. Vatican 2004 Dec.24  Pope prays for peace at midnight Mass 1867 Dec. 4, 1563 Council of Trent ended   Northern Italy: The Council of Trent, held in Trento and Bologna, was one of the Roman Catholic Church's most important ecumenical councils 1865 Dec. 13, 1545 Council of Trent began   Northern Italy: Was one of the Roman Catholic Church's most important ecumenical councils. Prompted by the Protestant Reformation 1860 May. 23, 1498 Girolama Savonarola burned at the stake   Northern Italy: Italian Dominican friar and preacher, became known for his prophecies of civic glory, destruction of secular art 1841 Sep. 7, 1303 Boniface VIII captured at Anagni 1838 Mar. 7, 1274 Thomas Aquinas dies 1836 Sep. 4, 1260 Ghibellines defeat Gulephs at Monaperti. Northern Italy 1818 Jan. 21, 1077 Henry IV as penitent at Canossa. Northern Italy 1816 Jul. 16, 1054 Excommunication of Churches  Rome: The break of communion between what are now the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches which began in the 11th century



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2009 Oct.7  Berlusconi immunity law overruled 2006 Apr.19  Supreme court confirms Prodi poll victory



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2016 Jun.11  Italian paper criticised for Mein Kampf giveaway



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2009 Jul.8  G-8 leaders pledge to seek emissions cuts 2008 Jun.2 Summit targets global food crisis  Rome: A key UN-sponsored summit is set to open aimed at addressing the problem of soaring global food prices 2004 Feb.3  Urgent bird flu summit



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2016 Jun.8  Suspect extradited for people smuggling 'is wrong man' 2015 Jun.25  EU leaders agree to speed up relocation Apr.19  Italian PM led calls for more EU action on sea migration 2004 Oct.3  Island migrants sent back



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2009 Apr.28  Pope visits quake zone 2004 Jun.5  Bush: Terror now biggest challenge



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2006 Jul.26  Mideast talks fail to reach cease-fire 2003 Oct.3  Talks over European Union's constitution



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1815 Oct. 13, 1815 Joachim Murat, King of Two Sicilies, executed Map of Castello di Pizzo Calabria Italy  Southern Italy: Forces of the king, Ferdinand IV of Naples, arrested him, and he was put on trial for treason. He was eventually sentenced to death by firing squad



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2016 Dec.11 Paolo Gentiloni, Italian foreign minister, appointed PM
  Rome: Gentiloni, 62, has been asked to form a government by the president Sergio Mattarella. Matteo Renzi, who resigned after losing a referendum
Dec.7  Renzi hands in resignation amid political turmoil Dec.4 PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat
  Rome: Renzi has resigned after suffering a heavy defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution. No vote leads with 60% against 40% for Yes
Jun.9  Silvio Berlusconi to have heart surgery Feb.26   Gianni Infantino crowned new FIFA president    Switzerland: World football's governing body elected the Swiss-Italian lawyer after he defeated Bahrain's Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa in the 2nd... 2014 Apr.15  Berlusconi to do community service - court Feb.17 Italian president asks Renzi to form government
. Rome 2013 Oct.19  Milan court hands Berlusconi 2-year political ban Sep.28 Berlusconi resignations spark crisis. Rome Aug.1 Berlusconi rages at prison ruling. Rome Jun.24   Berlusconi convicted in sex trial   Milan: Italy's former PM Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to seven years in jail and banned from public office for having sex with an underage prostitute 2012 Oct.26   Berlusconi handed 4-year prison term for tax fraud  Milan: Flamboyant former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was sentenced Friday to four years in prison for tax evasion, but is very likely to... 2011 Nov.13 Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi. Rome Nov.12   Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM   Rome: Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister of Italy, after dominating the country's politics for 17 years Nov.8  Berlusconi to resign as prime minister Jan.17  Berlusconi sex allegations widen 2009 Dec.13   PM Silvio Berlusconi is bloodied by attack   Milan: Italian Prime Minister, 73, has been hit in the face and knocked to the ground after a political rally. He was taken to a hospital May.3 Berlusconi's wife to divorce him  Veronica Lario, the wife of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has confirmed that she will file for divorce 2008 Jan.24 Prodi resigns after losing vote. Rome 2007 Feb.22 Italian crisis talks as PM quits. Rome 2006 Jul.7  Berlusconi to be tried for fraud May.2  Berlusconi hands in resignation 2005 Apr.20  Berlusconi to form new government 2003 Aug.23  Handshake for Berlusconi and Schroeder Jul.11  Tourist minister 'resigns' over German jibe Jul.2 Berlusconi in EU 'Nazi' slur



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2013 Nov.16  Thousands march in Naples over toxic waste dumps 2011 Oct.15  Protest rallies grip major cities Feb.13  Women stage anti-Berlusconi rallies 2008 May.24 Violence breaks out over trash crisis   Naples: Police and protesters furiously clashed at government plans to dump mountains of uncollected trash from Naples in their towns 2006 Feb.17  10 die in cartoon clash at consulate 2004 Mar.20  Rallies mark Iraq war anniversary 2002 Nov.9  Anti-war march attracts 200,000 2001 Jul.20  G8 summit death



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2016 Aug.30  Italy earthquake: State funeral for 37 victims in Amatrice Aug.26 Italy earthquake: Day of national mourning for victims
2013 Oct.3  Italy day of mourning for boat dead 2005 Apr.8 Pope John Paul II buried in crypt. Vatican Apr.7  Rome prepares for Pope's funeral Apr.5  Hundreds of thousands say goodbye Apr.4  Crowds wait all night to see Pope Apr.4  Pope's body makes final journey Apr.2  Millions grieve for John Paul II Mar.7  Funeral for agent shot in Iraq 1875 Jan. 8, 1642 Death of Galileo Galilei, Italian physicist and astronomer   Northern Italy: Galileo continued to receive visitors until 1642, when, after suffering fever and heart palpitations, he died on 8 January 1642, aged 77 1833 Oct. 3, 1226 Francis of Assisi died



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2013 Nov.27 Berlusconi expelled from Italy Senate
. Rome Nov.27  Berlusconi faces expulsion vote Oct.2 Enrico Letta survives confidence vote after Berlusconi backtracks. Rome Sep.29  Italy PM takes crisis to parliament 2011 Nov.11 Italy senate passes austerity law. Rome 1861 Mar. 17, 1861 Proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy
  Turin: The Parliament declared the creation of the Kingdom of Italy, composed of both Northern Italy and Southern Italy