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American whistle-blower Edward Snowden has released more information showing that the US National Security Agency was spying on Italian leaders from 1988 to at least 2010.
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The Naples Winter Wine Festival, named by Wine Spectator as a top charity wine festival for years, has announced its celebrity chefs for the Jan. 24-26 event.
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In an ages-old ritual, the Catholic archbishop of Quebec will rap three times on a bronze Holy Door - the first in the Americas - and wait for it to be opened so that he can pass through.
As his company's IPO nears, Moncler's chairman sounds off on fussy beards, bad socks and the art of making a simple pasta pomodoro SPIT-FIRE ITALIAN entrepreneur Remo Ruffini, 52, brims with enthusiasm when he talks about Moncler, the French outerwear company he resuscitated in 2003.
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New Zealand's artist for the 2013 Venice Biennale, Bill Culbert, in the doorway of the New Zealand pavilion in Venice.
After almost three years of debate and delay, restoration work on Rome's ancient Colosseum has begun.
No traveler can truly say they know Europe if they haven't thoroughly explored two of its classic cities London and Florence.
Travel can be an adventure that's for certain. However, it should ultimately be an opportunity to relax, enjoy and live life to the fullest.
HOLLY ROSE EMERY: The 17-year-old Aucklander popped onto our radar last year when she shared her dramatic weight loss story, and since then her modelling career has gone from strength to strength.
Black Friday is principally known for early Christmas shopping, but music has its own post-Thanksgiving tradition in Princeton with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's annual "Black Friday" concert.
Whether you've been with your sweetie for a month or you're celebrating your silver anniversary, sometimes it's best to skip the chocolate and flowers and buy two plane tickets instead.
Pope Francis will declare Popes John Paul II and John XXIII saints on April 27, 2014 in Rome, and millions of visitors and heads of state are expected to be on hand for the event.
When parents tell me they're going to Europe and ask me where to take their kids, I'm sometimes tempted to answer, "To Grandma and Grandpa's on your way to the airport."