Alpine regions protect the environment without damaging heritage, Euronews
In the Italian Dolomites, as with everywhere in the Alps, there are typical mountain buildings, rich in history. Preserving this heritage, together with municipalities and architects, is one of the aims of the European Atlas project. One example, a house built in 1819, was one of the first civil constructions with electricity. Elmar Gruber and his family decided to restore it, while preserving its identity and making it energy efficient. Aurora Velez for Euronews, Raw-News production with F Fornaro and Luciiana Coluccello
INSIDE SERIE A - Formed ASRoma coach Luciano Spalletti speaks to INFRONT
Formed ASRoma coach Luciano Spalletti interviewed on his farmhouse in Tuscany for Infront media & footbal league. Matteo Patrono reports, Raw-News pictures
Italy is at war with a virus the country s health minister tells euronews -
Italy is one of the hardest-hit European countries in the COVID-19 pandemic. For Global Conversation, Italy’s Foreign Secretary Luigi Di Maio told Euronews about the country's response to the crisis. Italy's Health Minister talks to euronews' Global Conversations about the 'war' against coronavirus and how Europe can pull together to achieve victory… Raw-News production for Euronews, Directors: Giorgia Orlandi, Federico Fornaro
Europe’s saga Young, Educated and unemployed - Euronews Ita
In Europe, young people are finding it increasingly difficult to get a decent, permanent job despite being the most educated generation ever. There are a number of EU initiatives underway to open up the job market to the younger generation. Youth Guarantee aims to give every person under the age of 25 an offer of employment, further education or a traineeship within four months of becoming unemployed or leaving education. So far, 14 million people have taken up the offer. But there are still serious concerns about the number of young people without a job especially in the south of the EU. The youth unemployment rate across all the EU 28 countries stood at 14.2% in August 2019. Produced by Euronews/Raw-News
Paul Haggis says leaving Scientology was a treasonous act - NBC
Harry Smith's exclusive interview with Paul Haggis. The Oscar-winning writer and director is the most prominent Scientology member in Hollywood to break away after spending more than 30 years as a member. "I was ashamed of my own stupidity, of how I'd been, could have been so purposely blind for so many years," Haggis told Rock Center's Harry Smith.
'It's not about sex, it's about power' Lina Wertmüller on being a woman in a man's world, Euronews
It's not about sex, it's about power': Lina Wertmüller interviewed by Jack Parrock for Euronews Global Conversation program, Raw-News Crew
La Formula E invade Roma Movistar Ita
Formula E race in Rome Eur, following Spanish team for Movistar/Telefonica
EU,US should find 'negotiated solution' to trade tensions, says Cecilia Malmstrom Euronew
"We hope that we don't have to impose tariffs on each other," EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom told Euronews' The Global Conversation programme.… Elena Cavallone report from Euronews Euronews/Raw-News production
Mario Monti Populisten werden auf der Opposisitonsbank sitzen Euronews Ita720p
Vor der Europawahl hat Euronews-Korrespondentin Giorgia Orlandi den ehemaligen italienischen Regierungschef und EU-Kommissar Mario Monti befragt.… Euronews/Raw-News production
Karl Lagerfeld - 'Nothing has changed more than the world of fashion' 3/4
Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld sat down with CNBC international to look back at his long-lasting collaboration with Italian fashion house Fendi, and how the brand has changed over the decades.
Karl Lagerfeld: The past, the present and the future 1/4
Karl Lagerfeld is one of the most celebrated creative minds in the fashion industry. He sat down with CNBC international in Rome to discuss his legacy, his work, and his future projects.
Karl Lagerfeld: My childhood was very simple 2/4
Karl Lagerfeld sat with CNBC International to talk about fashion, his work, While talking about fame, his upbringing and how all he wanted to do was to be a grown up.
Karl Lagerfeld on the designers he admires
Karl Lagerfeld sat with CNBC international to talk about the designers he admires and gives his opinion on other artistic innovators in the industry.
The Italian job In the grip of economic uncertainty Counting the Cost - 20161212
Will Italy's economic and political problems become another challenge for Europe’s stability in 2017? Counting the Cost is an Al-Jazeera weekly program analyzing the world business and economic issues. Al-Jazeera Sonia Gallego, currently reporting on the Italian referendum's aftermath in Rome with support of a Raw-News team, gives an insight from the field on Italy's political situation, and its economic consequences.
EXCLUSIVE Climb Aboard the Yacht Mariah Carey Is Calling Home for the Summer
Entertainment Tonight got an exclusive tour of Mariah Carey's yacht, off the coasts of Capri. ET Carly Steel, together with Raw-News' cameramen and soundmen enjoyed a visit on Mariah's Arctic P, a yacht reportedly costing 340,000$/week.
Christians persecution in the Middle East - an interview with Cardinal Tauran
The Vatican's top official responsible for relations with the Muslim world explains why Christians flee the Middle East. In an exclusive interview, Cardinal Tauran talks about the attacks against Christians in the Middle East. Who is behind the attacks? What is the fate of Christian communities in the Middle East? How has the Arab Spring impacted dialogue between religions? And is there room for dialog? Produced in March 2012 for Talk to Al-Jazeera
Costa Concordia: Italy cruise ship captain completely irresponsible'?
The Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia capsized and sank off Isola del Giglio, Tuscany, on 13 January 2012, with the loss of 32 lives. NBC's Harry Smith reported from Italy for NBC Rock Center. Produced in January 2012.
Navi Pillay - Protecting human rights
During one of the most difficult days in the Syrian city of Homs in 2013, when the government assault on the opposition was especially intense, a person in the beleaguered city was quoted by a newspaper asking for someone, anyone, to help. "Where is the United Nations?" he asked. That voice - and many similar voices - is the concern of Navi Pillay, the United Nation's high commissioner for human rights. Based in Geneva, her mandate is to protect human rights around the world. Produced in 2013
Paul Haggis says leaving Scientology was a treasonous act
NBC's Harry Smith's exclusive interview with Paul Haggis. The Oscar-winning writer and director is the most prominent Scientology member in Hollywood to break away after spending more than 30 years as a member. "I was ashamed of my own stupidity, of how I'd been, could have been so purposely blind for so many years," Haggis told Rock Center's Harry Smith.
The murder of Giulio Regeni and the politics of the coverage - The Listening Post
Italian student and Cambridge doctorate candidate Giulio Regeni disappeared in Cairo on January 25. He was then found dead few days later. The reason and the people behind this case are still unknown but Regeni's name has made the news globally, along with the diplomatic fallout between Italy and Egypt. How are the media, both in Egypt and Italy, dealing with the story. Al-Jazeera program "The Listening Post" investigates, with the production support of Raw-News cameramen and producers.
Reforming RAI, the Italian public broadcasting company
With almost 2,000 journalists, 11 newsrooms, and sister channels that compete against one another, instead of co-operating, no one in Italy would argue that RAI is perfect and does not need some kind of reform. In March a bill that would modernize Rai, the Italian public broadcaster’s structure and spending was presented to the Parliament. Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he wanted this reform to free Rai from the interference of the political parties that have controlled the public broadcaster for decades. But the opposition is beyond skeptical and sees a government mouthpiece in the making. Produced for the Al-Jazeera's Listening Post
The Vatican: A Wholly Roman Empire?
With some 1.2 billion followers around the globe, the Catholic Church represents the largest, most populous religion in the world. The church runs over 200,000 schools, more than a quarter of the world’s healthcare facilities, and with increasing numbers of new devotees in Asia and Africa, it seems Catholicism is itself in rude health. Al-Jazeera's Empire travels to Rome, the spiritual home of the world’s oldest Christian denomination to reveal, on deeper examination, a more complex picture of a faith in flux and a church at a crossroads.
Italian security consultant Scaramella reveals on Alexander Litvinenko death - 20160519
An Exclusive Al Jazeera English interview with Mario Scaramella, the Italian security consultant who met with Russian defector Alexander Litvinenko in London on November 6th, 2006, the day he was lethally poisoned. In the interview with Claudio Lavanga, Scaramella reveals he warned Litvinenko about the existence of a hit-list of “enemies of Russia” in which both their names were mentioned. Litvinenko didn’t trust the source of the warning, and yet that very afternoon he was poisoned with Polonium 210, possibly administered in a cup of tea he drunk at the Millennium Hotel. A fascinating insight into the last hours of Alexander Litvinenko at a time when a public inquiry is trying to establish who was responsible for his murder.
Talk to Al Jazeera. Barbara Serra interviews Italian Prime Minister Renzi -20150608
On July 8, 2015, Al Jazeera's Barbara Serra interviewed Italian Prime Minister Renzi in Rome. Among the subjects discussed are immigration, terrorism and the Eurozone.