Italy is the guinea pig for Europe’s demographic suicide

It is in Liguria, one of the most touristic Italian regions, that archeologists made the discovery of the oldest remains of Homo Sapiens in Europe. A few years ago, in the Ligurian town of Riparo Bombrini, a team of archaeologists discovered two teeth belonging to the oldest Homo sapiens. But Liguria today has another less enviable record: it is the oldest and most sterile region in Europe.

Italy lost 25,000 people in 2010 due to the demographic crisis. But if it had the same rate of Liguria and Genoa, it would have lost 250,000: an apocalypse.