Entertainment

Kosovo celebrates decade of independence, challenges ahead

Feb 17, 2018

Kosovo celebrates 10 years of independence from Serbia, acknowledges obstacles to acceptance

Italy's ex-premier Berlusconi campaigns against populism

Feb 12, 2018

Former Premier Silvio Berlusconi says he's out to save Italy from a populist triumph in next month's national election

VAR help can't prevent Lazio from 2nd straight defeat

Feb 5, 2018

Even with help from the video assistant referee, Lazio lost for the second straight week in Serie A. Diego Laxalt leaped above Lazio defender Patric to score with a bouncing header in injury time as Genoa won 2-1 at the Stadio Olimpico

Italy: As election nears, film imagines Mussolini's comeback

Feb 1, 2018

A new film that imagines dictator Benito Mussolini returning to current Italy has opened in the middle of an election campaign that has been dominated by populist and neo-fascist sentiments

Movie star Jolie working with NATO to combat sexual violence

Jan 31, 2018

Movie star Angelina Jolie says she and NATO's chief have agreed on ways to help the military alliance better combat the use of sexual violence against women and children in conflict zones

Editor: Erdogan urged attack on Turkish Cypriot newspaper

Jan 22, 2018

The editor of a left-wing Turkish Cypriot newspaper has accused Turkey's president of instructing supporters to launch a violent attack against his publication's offices over criticism for Ankara's military offensive into Syria

Adventurous Armani, fanciful Fendi close Milan Fashion Week

Jan 15, 2018

Milan Fashion Week for fall and winter menswear was abbreviated into a super-slim three days, closing with Armani's adventurous elegance and a fanciful Fendi

For Prada, black nylon is a safe haven in a storm

Jan 15, 2018

With social and political crises on the rise across the globe, Milan Fashion Week was all about slogans this season. Emerging dominant is "Time For Change.''

Versace goes punk wild with homey looks

Jan 13, 2018

A triumphant outing at the Golden Globes primed Donatella Versace to help launch Milan Fashion Week menswear previews on Saturday

Italy ex-leader Berlusconi backs Deneuve on male courtship

Jan 12, 2018

Ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi, known for his "bunga bunga" parties and fondness for younger women, is praising Catherine Deneuve for warning against a courtship backlash following the swell of sexual misconduct allegations against prominent men

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