News del Giorno: Italy Halts U.K.’s War on Salami; Pompeii Endures

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The European Commission has ruled in Italy’s favor in a series of complaints against the U.K.’s obesity warning labels toward many of Italy’s top products, such as prosciutto, salami, and cheeses. [Telegraph]

Italian Culture Minister Dario Franceschini stated that restoration work on Pompeii, the archeological site of the town destroyed by the 77 A.D. eruption of Mount Vesuvius, is a “permanent worksite” and not a temporary fix. [ANSA]

Police nab fugitive Mafia boss Sebastiano Bruno, who had been on the run since 2009, in Malta where he had been hiding. [La Repubblica]

Thirty-five Algerians “disappear” at Rome’s Fiumicino airport after landing. They never made it to security and experts believe this could be linked to human trafficking or organized crime. [The Local]