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Lavialibera is a bimonthly magazine that offers news and insights on mafias, corruption, the environment, and migration. Lavialibera was founded in 2019 by two Italian associations, Libera and Gruppo Abele, both created by don Luigi Ciotti, and it inherits the thirty-year experience of the monthly magazine Narcomafie, founded in 1993 after the mafia massacres in Sicily. 

Lavialibera is a partner of Kompreno, the European startup that wants to make quality journalism accessible by removing language barriers.

Interpol warns: "Cybercrime will be easier with artificial intelligence"

Interpol warns: "Cybercrime will be easier with artificial intelligence"

Speaking to lavialibera, the head of cyber operations at Interpol emphasized that while encrypted phones are currently one of the main challenges, AI poses the greatest concern for the future. "We're merely scratching the surface of its …

Rosita Rijtano

Rosita RijtanoRedattrice lavialibera

Lampedusa, 17 September 2023. Meloni and Von der Leyen during a visit on the island (photo Palazzo Chigi, license CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 IT)

Asylum and migration, what the new EU pact provides

The European Parliament approved the reform proposed by the Commission: accelerated border procedures, biometric screening of migrants, half-solidarity, rejections to 'safe countries'. Political forces vote in no particular order, NGOs denounce an …

Paolo Valenti

Paolo ValentiRedattore lavialibera

Kigali (Rwanda), 17 December 2023. From left, Rwandan President Paul Kagame with his Senegalese counterpart Macky Sall Flickr / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 DEED

Africa at a turning point: 18 states to vote in 2024

Eighteen African countries are called upon to elect their representatives in 2024. A chance for a breakthrough, but internal problems and foreign interference risk affecting the results and blocking the ongoing growth process

Matteo Giusti

Matteo GiustiGiornalista

Strasbourg, 6 February 2024. Latvian MEP Tatjana Ždanoka accused of being an agent in contact with Russian secret services (Alexis Haulot/Ue)

The shadow of foreign interference (especially Russian) on the EU, but the accomplices are internal

Dirty money from Russia, Qatar and Morocco went to parties and former politicians, as multiple investigation unveiled. Cases of corrupt elected were found. With only a few months to go before the vote, eyes are on the foreign influences on Brussels

Andrea Giambartolomei

Andrea GiambartolomeiRedattore lavialibera

A "Turet", the local fountain of Turin, in the main square of the Italian city, piazza Castello (Credits Francesco Marino // Flickr // CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

PFAS, thousands of people in Piedmont drank contaminated water, says Greenpeace

A new report by Greenpeace Italia denounces the presence of toxic compounds produced by Solvay Solexis also in the Turin area and other parts of Piedmont

Laura Fazzini

Laura FazziniGiornalista

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