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Past articles by Ylenia:

‘Afraid this won’t end’: Italy in grips of fresh COVID crisis

As country mourns virus victims, a rising death rate and fresh lockdown measures further darken the national mood. → Read More

Cautious optimism as ‘Super Mario’ takes on Italy’s crises

New PM Draghi will work to ease the economic and health challenges gripping the country. → Read More

Europe’s chain of migrant expulsion, from Italy to Bosnia

When Italy returns people to Slovenia, rights advocates say it sets in motion a process that leads to abuse and expulsion from the EU. → Read More

Coronavirus: Filipino front-line workers pay ultimate price in UK

Leilani left the Philippines, the largest supplier of nurses, in her 20s and gave her life to the British people. → Read More

As Brexit nears, EU workers fortify UK's coronavirus front lines

Thousands of EU migrants work as doctors, nurses, carers, cleaners and porters as the UK fights gravest threat in years. → Read More

Fears grow for Italy's non-coronavirus patients at back of queue

As hospitals are restructured to prioritise infected Italians, others including cancer patients must wait for treatment. → Read More

As COVID-19 crackdowns grow in Europe, rights groups urge caution

Action to stop coronavirus which limits civil liberties is acceptable but only in short term, human rights experts warn. → Read More

Six inmates die as prison riots over coronavirus rules grip Italy

Prisoners revolt over new measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak in Italy, where jails are often overcrowded. → Read More

How European populists are using coronavirus as a political tool

Refugees, aid workers placed under quarantine in Italy as far-right leaders across Europe call for tighter borders. → Read More

Assange extradition hearing gets under way in London

WikiLeaks founder faces up to 175 years in US jail over publication of military whistleblower revelations. → Read More

Climate change: Extinction Rebellion protesters arrested in UK

Four activists, including a 91-year-old man, arrested while attempting to shut down traffic at the Port of Dover. → Read More

EU rejects 'mini deals' claim, reiterates support for Brexit deal

European Union's Brexit Steering Group affirms bloc's commitment to withdrawal agreement brokered with former UK PM. → Read More

No-deal Brexit in October could lead to 'severe downturn': Report

British think-tank says there is a 25 percent chance the country has already 'entered a technical recession'. → Read More

Extinction Rebellion launches London 'tax strike'

Activists ask Londoners to withhold 22 percent of their council tax to protest slow action on 'climate emergency'. → Read More

'The Time is Now': UK protesters urge climate action

Over 100 environmental, conservationist, student and interfaith groups took part in mass climate change rally in London. → Read More

EU leaders fail to show united front on climate change

An EU net zero carbon footprint by 2050 target was scuppered by four governments, dependent on fossil fuel economies. → Read More

Grenfell fire: Two years on, families still wait for answers

Families and survivors are still awaiting justice as inquiry into fire that killed 72 people in London keeps slow pace. → Read More

Europe fights the 'Uberisation' of cocaine trade

Purity is at its highest in years, as competition between dealers leads to innovations in cocaine trade, EU agency says. → Read More

Brexit Britain set to wield little influence in new-look Europe

Far-right MEPs want British representatives to join their ranks, but Brexiters have little interest or influence. → Read More

Divisions among leaders as EU's 'Game of Thrones' begins

European Union leaders hold informal talks in Brussels as they start process to decide who should fill bloc's top jobs. → Read More