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We talked about it with Lucia Sorbera, lecturer at the University of Sydney - Arabic Language and Cultures Department.
Italy has decided to end a diplomatic row with Egypt over the torture and murder of the Cambridge PhD student Giulio Regeni, prompting his parents to attack the move as a surrender.
Our Monday Sport segment features rd 1 of the Italian league and the presentation of the Spanish Vuelta.
New measures to reduce the risk of terror attacks, more headaches for the federal government linked to dual citizenship and the provocative stunt by Pauline Hanson in the Senate. We analysed the main issues of Australian politics with the Sydney...
Renato Vecchies, the Doctor of the Italian community in Melbourne, talks about his life in Australia.

Proud bilinguals - The Rosso Family

Today our segment on bilingualism hosts an Italian-Spanish family, who is currently visiting Australia: Paolo Rosso, his wife Rosa and their 12-year-old son Oreste.
It's more interesting looking at the theatre as a source of reflection than one of hedonism. 
Stage director Stefano Vizioli, recently appointed as artistic director of Teatro Verdi di Pisa, says budget constraints wont stop his ambitious plan to stage new grand opera productions.  
Lucio de Falco, owner of Lucio's Pizzeria in Darlinghurst, talks about his passion for the Neapolitan cuisine and his participation at the Italian Wine + Food Festival, opening in Sydney on 27 August 2017.
"Twigs that never took", written, directed and performed by Donna De Palma questions past, present and future passions of a woman, inspired by some true events.
"Twigs that never took" on stage from 12 to 17 September at The Butterfly Club, 5 Carson Place, Melbourne. The play is part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

The labor war

This week Prof. Alfredo Luzi analyses the song "Seminatori di grano" by Gianmaria Testa. 
Andrea Eusebio, Alanews journalist, talks about the terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils and the jihadi presence in the Iberian Peninsula.

"Crime of Honor"

"Delitto d'onore" by Giovanni Arpino. A review by Patrizia Burley.

Australia, here we come!

Migration agent Emanuela Canini answers to your questions about Australian visas.

Barcelona hit at its heart

The late-afternoon attack in the heart of Barcelona was swift, unexpected, and devastating.
Travelling at a high speed, a white van mounted the footpath and zig-zagged through pedestrians in the popular Las Ramblas district.