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Art during the time of coronavirus

Heather O’Neill: Throughout history, art was created during pandemics—to amuse, to console, and to give voice to those who were previously unheard
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The unbearable shame of Italian soccer fans

Italian soccer fans will still come out to Canadian bars for the World Cup next year. But maybe without the blue jerseys.
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Will Justin Trudeau miss his anniversary?

Last year in Japan, Trudeau controversially took a day off for his wedding anniversary. In Italy this year, will he do it again?
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The meaning of a meeting of Europe’s leading nationalist minds

In Koblenz, Germany, the leaders of Europe’s nationalist movement unite for an awkward political spectacle
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What is Venice without Venetians?

On any given day, tourists outnumber actual Venetians by 140 to 1
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Melee in Milan: The fight to keep museums alive in art-rich Italy

A Canadian is part of a huge fight to save the art world’s most important museums from themselves
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Clinging to life on Italy’s margins

Surviving the treacherous Mediterranean crossing is only the beginning. Life inside Italy’s refugee centres
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A field guide to Italians

Book review: John Hooper is perfectly situated to explain the intricacies of Italy’s delicate national identity
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Italy’s stay-at-home kids

Nearly 80 per cent of young adults now live with their parents. Why Italy is facing a ‘big baby’ crisis.
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Italy’s recipe for austerity

Italians are turning to wartime staples, and even urban scrounging, to get by in dire economic times