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Italian Firm, Venezuela’s PDVSA To Begin Production at Orinoco Field

State-owned oil giant Petroleos de Venezuela, or PDVSA, and Italy's Eni have commenced production ahead of schedule at their joint venture in the Orinoco Belt, while other projects with China's CNPC and U.S. supermajor Chevron Corp. should start producing crude soon, Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said. continue reading »

Colombia Arrests Italian Suspected of Working as Drug Go-between

An Italian man suspected of being a go-between for the Sicilian mafia with Colombian drug gangs was arrested in Bogota, the National Police said. continue reading »

Italy’s Ferrero Chocolates Invest $200 M in Mexican Manufacturing Plant

Italian chocolate and sweets manufacturer Ferrero SpA will invest $200 million in its first plant in Mexico, the Economy Secretariat said. The Italian firm, which has distributed its products in Mexico since 1992, held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday at the construction site in the central state of Guanajuato, the secretariat said in a statement here. continue reading »

The “Pope’s Crocodile” Arrives in Cuba

The “Pope’s crocodile” , shown to Pope Benedict XVI in a general audience hearing held at the Vatican, will be returned to Cuba’s National Zoo, announced officials. continue reading »

Pedro Almodóvar Has No Kind Words for Silvio Berlusconi

Legendary Spanish film director Pedro Almodóvar said the Italian leader is a “Homophobe obsessed with women.” continue reading »

Evita Duarte de Perón’s Jewelry Recovered in Italy

Police in Milán have recovered jewelry that once belonged to the late Argentine First Lady of Juan Doming Perón. continue reading »

More Than 200 Migrants Drown off Italian Coast Fleeing Global Unrest

The head of the United Nations refugee agency expressed deep shock today at the apparent drowning of more than 200 migrants attempting to make their way to Italy from conflict and unrest in North Africa. continue reading »