Former Italian PM Berlusconi In Hospital Since Tuesday – Sources

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been in has been in hospital since Tuesday afternoon for check-ups, two sources from his Forza Italy party said on Wednesday. One of the source said the 84-year-old media tycoon went to the San Raffaele  hospital in Milan for follow-up tests after contracting the new coronavirus in September … More Former Italian PM Berlusconi In Hospital Since Tuesday – Sources

POLITICS | Romanian Leftist Social Democrats Lead In Parliamentary Vote – Parallel Count

BUCHAREST – – Romania’s opposition Social Democrats (PSD) won Sunday’s general election, a preliminary parallel count showed on Monday, riding a wave of voter discontent over the coronavirus pandemic and the minority Liberal government’s vows of fiscal restraint. A parallel count by independent platform Code for Romania showed that the leftist Social Democrats won 29.7% … More POLITICS | Romanian Leftist Social Democrats Lead In Parliamentary Vote – Parallel Count

NEWS | Hungarian Journalists Place Faith In Crowdfunding

MILAN | ITALY – Two months after staff at Hungary’s top news-site Index.hu quit over alleged political interference, they are set for a comeback with an unprecedented crowd funding effort. More than 50 former Index reporters will launch a new site, Telex, from scratch ‘in the coming weeks’ thanks to more than 30,000 reader donations, … More NEWS | Hungarian Journalists Place Faith In Crowdfunding

HEALTH | EU Warns Against Suspension Of Children Vaccination Amid Coronavirus Crisis

BUCHAREST | ROMANIA – The European Union warned on Monday that decisions by some European countries to suspend vaccination of children during the coronavirus epidemic could cause serious problems. ‘It is very clear we will get pockets of people, children, who have not been vaccinated’, Andrea Ammon, director of the European Centre for Disease and … More HEALTH | EU Warns Against Suspension Of Children Vaccination Amid Coronavirus Crisis

WORLD NEWS | U.K. PM Johnson Under Fire Over Handling Of Coronavirus Crisis

LONDON –  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday faced a call for an inquiry into his government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis after failing to fully explain partial death data, limited testing or the lack of equipment for hospitals. The novel coronavirus outbreak, the worst health crisis since the 1918 influenza pandemic, has left … More WORLD NEWS | U.K. PM Johnson Under Fire Over Handling Of Coronavirus Crisis

BUSINESS NEWS | Ferrari Rolls Our Coronavirus Testing To Get Staff Ready For Work

MILAN | ITALY – Workers at Ferrari are signing up en masse for voluntary coronavirus screening so they can return to work as soon as possible in an ambitious scheme that could serve as a blueprint for manufacturers desperate to resume production. Under its ‘Back on Track’ project, Ferrari staff, families and suppliers first take … More BUSINESS NEWS | Ferrari Rolls Our Coronavirus Testing To Get Staff Ready For Work

BUSINESS | Italy’s Fashion Leaders Urge Rome To Lift Restrictions On Industry

MILAN | ITALY – Italy’s fashion leaders called on the government on Thursday to loosen restrictions imposed in response to the coronavirus crisis to allow them to resume some production, warning that a prolonged lockdown risked irreparably damaging the sector. ‘Fashion is a seasonal industry, and certain dates are nor compressible. Not reopening shortly would … More BUSINESS | Italy’s Fashion Leaders Urge Rome To Lift Restrictions On Industry