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Gaza Fixer: A chronicle of survival
04 Aug 2013 15:29 GMT | Europe, Italy
Private cars have been banned from driving past the Colosseum in Italy's capital, Rome.
It is part of a move to protect the 2000-year-old landmark.
Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports from Rome.
Source: Al Jazeera
Court upholds tax fraud sentence of four years in prison of which three years are covered by an amnesty.
Italy's underworld has its sights set on the alternative energy sector and the Internet.
As celebrations kick off marking 50 years of diplomacy, an increasing number of Germans is expressing negative views.
War & Conflict, Human Rights, Politics
Individuals and the state are brainstorming different debt strategies, but almost all are out of line with EU lenders.
Business & Economy, Politics, Poverty & Development
Poisoned waters and illegal fishing drove Somalis into sea piracy to feed families, according to relatives.
Human Rights, Poverty & Development, Environment
Italy's 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate is believed haul in more revenue than many Fortune 500 companies.
Italy, Crime, Europe
Secretary of State Kerry says speech should not be a "political football" as Israel PM arrives in US to talk about Iran.
Politics, Middle East, US, Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu
Tens of thousands pay tribute to former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov who was killed on Friday night.
Politics, Russia, Vladimir Putin, Europe
The System examines two cases where prosecutorial misconduct may have led to wrongful imprisonment.
Crime, Law, United States
The FIFA presidential candidate explains why he is challenging Sepp Blatter and how he plans to reform the organisation.
Sport, Middle East, FIFA
The music of the Algerian Sahara, known as Ahalil, is a key part of a way of life that has survived for centuries.
Arts & Culture, Algeria, Music
People & Power investigates how a match-fixer and his syndicate corrupted global football.
Sport, Football, Corruption