Investors in Italy's Atlantia faced record losses, with the stock price crashing as much as 26%, after the Italian government began the process of revoking its toll-road concession after the deadly Genoa bridge collapse which killed 39 people.
As Italy continues mourning the tragedy in Genoa, investigators are already examining possible reasons for such a catastrophic collapse. What is certainly indisputable, however, is that Italy's investment in its road network has declined alarmingly...
Italian firefighters said a number of cars may have fallen after a section of a raised section of the A10 motorway fell in Genoa and Italy's ambulance service is reported as saying 'dozens' may have been killed.
Two people were injured when a car drove into security barriers outside the British parliament on Tuesday and the driver - a man in his 20s - was arrested in what Police said was a terror related incident.