On February 26, a boat carrying around 200 migrants capsized 40 meters off the Italian coast. Various agencies failed to detect the risk and did not activate a rescue operation on time. An investigation by EL PAÍS with ‘Lighthouse Reports’ and other media outlets exposes the fatal chain of errors
The highly politicized musical event has outdone itself this year with controversies over Zelenskiy, attacks against the Italian government and a defense of the Iranian protests. Could the end be near?
The head of the Roman Catholic Church lashed out against the partisan use that clerical conservatives have made of the former pontiff’s death, particularly Georg Gänswein, the longtime secretary to Joseph Ratzinger
Italy’s rich culinary history is gaining new admirers thanks to a group of women, most in their 80s, who make traditional pasta dishes on YouTube. Carrying on a centuries-old custom of using simple ingredients and implements to prepare ‘sfoglie’ from scratch, the ‘Pasta Grannies’ are popularizing a time-honored practice, sharing regional recipes, and enjoying a moment of international acclaim
Pope Francis’ recent release of Nazi-era documents from the Vatican archive and a new book are spurring renewed debate on the controversial silence of a pontiff who negotiated with the Third Reich and failed to condemn the Holocaust