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Italy applauds Libya’s decision on migrant ‘search and rescue’ zone

By AFP – Aug 13,2017 – JORDAN TIMES

This file photo taken on July 14 shows the Italian rescue ship Vos Prudence run by NGO ‘Doctors Without Borders’ arriving in the port of Salerno carrying 935 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean sea. 320 more words


Amalfi Coast Transportation: To Amalfi & Beyond

Traveling around the Amalfi Coast can be somewhat of a challenge for those who are short on either time or money. When planning for our Amalfi Coast trip, I weighed the pros and cons of each coastal city, ultimately deciding on Amalfi. 1,242 more words


Murano—the Glass Island of Italy

Known for its sparking treasures made of glass, the island of Murano is just a brief boat ride (vaporetto) away from Venice. Although touristy, I highly recommend the trip. 972 more words


Italy Has Many Refugees, Not Much Terror, But Why?  

 Muslims hold Friday prayers in front of the Colosseum in Rome, Italy October 21, 2016, to protest against the closure of unlicensed mosques. REUTERS/Tony Gentile – RTX2PWAB… 269 more words


Amalfi Coast: Things to Do in Ravello, Italy

Soaring almost 1200 feet above the Tyrrhenian Sea in the cliffs of the Amalfi Coast is a town so beautiful and picturesque that it will take your breath away (the altitude helps). 498 more words


85,000 people apply for just 30 banking jobs in Italy



People line up at a cash machine of a Veneto Banca branch in Milan, Italy, Monday, June 26, 2017. (AP Photo)

Italians are facing one of the most intense scramble in a decade to get a job this summer, as evident by the record number of people who applied for just 30 spots in a bank in Italy. 259 more words


Rome Public Transport: Tips for Riding the Bus

Rome—easy on the eyes, but hard on the feet. When I get to bella Roma, I flit from one historical attraction to the next like the proverbial kid in the candy store. 892 more words