A regional court in Italy found six Italian scientists guilty of multiple manslaughter over the earthquake in L'Aquila in 2009. Reporter Megan Williams speaks to anchor Marco Werman about this verdict which has alarmed the scientific community.
We're looking for a city in Tuscany for our Geo Quiz today. It's known for its fabrics, its delicious biscotti, and now for its growing Chinese community. The city has the second largest Chinese immigrant population in Italy.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, who took office in November 2011, announced this weekend he would resign, after Silvio Berlusconi's party said it could no longer support Monti's government. Berlusconi would run for a Fifth term as Prime Minister.
An Italian appeals court has tossed out most of the convictions in the case involving earthquake scientists and a public official in L'Aquila, Italy. They had earlier been found guilty of failing to warn the public about risks right before a deadly quake hit, killing more than 300 people.
Moves to restructure the justice system in Tunisia are hitting a roadblock: members of the former regime still control the judiciary and are stalling the work of an anti-corruption commission. Reporter Megan Williams has the story from Tunis.
As Italian politicians campaign for national elections this weekend, the sad state of the economy and politics in Italy are the subject of a new stage adaptation of "The Full Monty." It features two real-life unemployed workers as cast members.
A fruit vendor in Tunisia who set himself on fire in December started a revolution. Now Mohamed Bouazizi is remembered as a hero, but as Megan Williams reports, his relatives say they're being shunned.
Hundreds of migrants are sleeping in the rough in Italian train stations and on its border crossings. The stalled travelers are mainly migrants from north Africa who've survived a perilous journey by sea only to be turned back by new, tough restrictions in northern Europe.