A total of 43 people were killed in the disaster in the northern port city.Read the full story ›
A huge section of the bridge collapsed on August 14 during a fierce storm, killing 43 people.Read the full story ›
Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning in the country.Read the full story ›
The search entered a new phase on Friday as heavy equipment removed a large vertical section, clearing a new area to probe.Read the full story ›
Rescuers are still searching the rubble after a section of the Morandi Bridge fell.Read the full story ›
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said all citizens must travel in safety.Read the full story ›
Dozezns of people were killed when a 260ft stretch of the Morandi Bridge fell in the north-western port city.Read the full story ›
Some 20 vehicles plunged into a void after a 200-metre section of the Morandi Bridge collapsed on Tuesday over an industrial zone.Read the full story ›
Seven people have died after a container ship crashed into a control tower in the busy Italian port of Genoa, according to rescuers.
Prosecutors were investigating whether there was a possible mechanical malfunction which left the captain unable to steer the vessel, Italian media reported.
The Jolly Nero crashed into the 50 metre high tower at around 11pm (21.00 GMT) on Tuesday, leading to its collapse into the water.
Four people have been hospitalised following the incident, while a further two people remain missing.