As the second wave hits, Italians are concerned that the government won't do enough to support workers.
Carlo Acutis, who died of leukaemia in 2006, was beatified in a ceremony in Assisi.
The woman says she has battled breast cancer twice and her family has struggled financially since she stole the artifacts.
In October of 2013, 368 migrants died trying to sail to Lampedusa from Libya. Survivors and their rescuers are still helping each other heal.
Italy just voted on a referendum and in local elections. The country's fragile coalition government came out stronger, but the far-right still made its presence known.
A prosecutor "concluded that the finger had been eaten", according to Italian media.
Luigi Di Maio shared images of his face cropped onto a photo from 'The Crosby Show', as well as a film featuring actors in Blackface.
Italy is releasing some of its most brutal mafiosi from prison. Their families are also seizing on the opportunity to hand out loans, sell fake PPE, and extort money from vulnerable Italians.
Gang networks in Sicily have become more entrenched during lockdown, exploiting migrant agricultural workers in a practice known as "caporalato".
Right-wing political figures are accusing migrants of "violating quarantine, wandering around infected".
The Italian senate voted to strip him of immunity.
The Italian policemen are also accused of helping local gangs break lockdown.