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Heartbreaking news: Oscar-winning film composer Ennio Morricone has sadly died aged 91
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Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone dies aged 91
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Rope-climbing workers help restore Rome landmark
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Fashion meets music in summer solstice concert
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Fiat Chrysler closing in on $7 bln loan deal
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Rome prepares to host Napoli v Juventus Coppa Italia final without fans
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Buried ancient Roman city found without excavating
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Under the surface: radar reveals splendor of ancient Roman city
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Italian tour guides protest lack of economic support
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Vande Bharat Mission: Indians thank Embassy, GoI for helping them return back from Italy
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Hugs and tears as family reunites at airport after months separated
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Rome's famous Colosseum reopens to visitors after three month coronavirus lockdown
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Europe's tourist trade flickers back to life
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Colosseum reopens for the first time since lockdown
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Coronavirus: Colosseum reopens in Rome after three months
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Rome is still quiet, despite lockdown easing
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Rome reopens museums after almost three month closure
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Ennio Morricone’s life in pictures“Spaghetti" Westerns composer Ennio Morricone has died in Rome aged 91.
Protests roll on against 'worldwide' racismDemonstrators in Rome held their fists in the air and chanted "No Justice! No Peace!" on Sunday, while in London people defying official warnings not to gather lay down outside the U.S. Embassy as part..
Coronavirus: Far-right Rome protest turns briefly violentA rally by extremists and football fans over the government's response ended in clashes with police.
Italian judge orders seizure of neo-fascist CasaPound headquartersAn Italian judge ordered police to seize the headquarters of a far-right group in central Rome, authorities said on Thursday in a move hailed as a victory by the city's mayor Virgina Raggi from the..
Italy's opposition parties flout social distancing rules at rally in RomeItalian opposition parties and hundreds of supporters defied social distancing rules on Tuesday to pack Rome's central streets in an anti-government protest rally.
Rome's coronavirus-hit Raphael exhibition to reopen in JuneAn exhibition commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of Renaissance artist Raphael will reopen on June 2 in Rome and its run extended until Aug.30, after it fell foul of the COVID-19..
Italy's beauty sector hopes coronavirus doesn't crack the mirrorThe nail care section of the Femme salon in Rome looks almost like a prison visiting room with a row of people on one side of a glass partition and visitors on the other.
Vatican to introduce temperature checks at St. Peter's BasilicaPeople attending Masses in St. Peter's and other papal basilicas in Rome will have their temperature checked as part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, the Vatican said on Thursday.
Freed Italian aid worker returns home on special flightSilvia Romano, an Italian aid worker kidnapped 18 months ago in East Africa, landed in Rome on Sunday a day after being freed.
Senior Italian cardinal, papal vicar for Rome, has coronavirusCardinal Angelo De Donatis, Pope Francis' vicar for the diocese of Rome, on Monday became the highest-ranking Catholic official known to test positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Lessons for lockdown from an Italian familyThe Aninnis have been in lockdown in Rome for nearly three weeks. What advice do they have for other families?
Person who lives in papal residence tests positive for coronavirus: reportA person who lives in the same Vatican residence as Pope Francis has tested positive for coronavirus and is being treated in an Italian hospital, the Rome newspaper Il Messaggero reported on Wednesday.
Coronavirus: Life in Rome under lockdownItaly is now the epicentre of the coronavirus crisis in Europe, but what is life in lockdown like?
Kremlin says coronavirus aid to Italy is not a ploy to get EU sanctions liftedThe Kremlin said on Monday that medical assistance Russia was providing to Italy to help it battle the new coronavirus was not part of an attempt to get Rome help lift EU sanctions on Moscow.
Online videos and hotlines help refugees cope with Italy's coronavirus lockdownROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Against a dark blue background, white text interspersed with illustrations of a washing machine, a gas pump and a cigarette explains where people can shop during..
Pope in dramatic visit to empty Rome to pray for end of virusPope Francis ventured into a deserted Rome on Sunday to pray at two shrines for the end of the coronavirus pandemic, as the Vatican said his Easter services will be held without the public for the..
Smart move: coronavirus converts home working laggard ItalyDonato Velardi's hotline has been ringing almost non-stop since Rome imposed draconian measures to combat its coronavirus crisis, forcing millions of Italians to embrace smartwork.
Rome churches remain open after Catholics rail against 'Christ in quarantine'A cardinal on Friday modified his order to close Rome's churches to help contain the spread of coronavirus after Pope Francis cautioned against "drastic measures" and Catholics took to social media to..
Rome cardinal rolls back on decree closing churches after papal rebuffA Rome cardinal on Friday abruptly modified his decree closing churches in the Italian capital in order to contain coronavirus after Pope Francis criticized "drastic measures" by churchmen.
Catholics rail against 'Christ in quarantine' church closures in RomeCatholics criticized a cardinal's order to close churches in Rome on Friday to help contain the spread of coronavirus and Pope Francis cautioned against "drastic measures".
Rome Catholic churches ordered closed due to coronavirus, unprecedented in modern timesRome's Catholic churches were ordered closed on Thursday because of the coronavirus pandemic, in a moved believed to be unprecedented in modern times.
Roma 'will not travel' to Sevilla for Europa League gameRoma say they will not be travelling to their Europa League tie with Sevilla on Thursday because their plane from Italy is not authorised to land in Spain.
Italy's economy minister hopes ECB will support Rome's anti-coronavirus measuresEconomy Minister Roberto Gualtieri on Wednesday said he expected the European Central Bank to support Italy as the government prepared a raft of measures to counter the impact of the coronavirus on..
Streets deserted as Italy imposes unprecedented coronavirus lockdownItaly faced an unprecedented lockdown on Tuesday that left streets in the capital Rome and other cities deserted after the government extended a clampdown across the entire country in a bid to slow..
Tunisia suspends Italy flightsTunisia will suspend all flights and shipping to Italy except to Rome and bring forward a scheduled school holiday to Thursday from next Monday, the health minister said on Monday.
First Vatican coronavirus patient attended big conference last weekThe Vatican said on Friday that a patient in its health services had tested positive for coronavirus, the first in the tiny, walled city-state surrounded by Rome.
Vatican reports first case of coronavirus inside its wallsThe Vatican said on Friday that a patient in its health services had tested positive for the coronavirus, the first in the tiny, walled city state surrounded by Rome.
Coronavirus: England's Six Nations games against Italy set to be postponedEngland's Six Nations games against Italy in Rome on 14 and 15 March are set to postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Italy v England in Six Nations behind closed doors because of coronavirusAll sport in Italy, including England's Six Nations match in Rome and all Serie A games, to be played behind closed doors until 3 April.
Policeman, fireman test positive for coronavirus in RomeA policeman and a fireman based in Rome have tested positive for the new coronavirus, authorities said, raising the risk of the virus spreading in the Italian capital.
Pope, blaming a cold, skips Lent retreat for first time in his papacyPope Francis announced on Sunday that a cold he is suffering from has forced him to skip a Lenten spiritual retreat with senior Vatican officials near Rome for the first time in his papacy.
Pope says a cold will force him to skip spiritual retreatPope Francis announced on Sunday that a cold he is suffering from will force him to skip a week-long Lenten spiritual retreat with senior Vatican officials south of Rome that had been due to start..
Pope 'slightly indisposed', cancels one event, Vatican saysPope Francis is slightly indisposed and has canceled an event at a Rome basilica but is carrying out the rest of his schedule in his residence, the Vatican said on Thursday.
Trial of U.S. men accused of killing Italian policeman opens in RomeThe trial of two young Americans accused of stabbing an Italian policeman to death last year began in Rome on Wednesday, with the lawyer for the family of the slain officer immediately asking for an..
Mario Cerciello Rega: US students in court over police murderOfficer Mario Cerciello Rega was stabbed to death after a drug deal gone wrong in central Rome.
Italy reports coronavirus case in Sicily, first south of RomeItalian authorities on Tuesday reported a woman had tested positive for coronavirus in Sicily, the first case south of Rome, as the country battles to prevent the outbreak spreading from its origin in..
Hogg sets Scotland on way to Six Nations win over ItalyScotland run in three tries against Italy in Rome to earn their first win in six games in the Six Nations and ease the pressure on head coach Gregor Townsend.
Romulus mystery: Experts divided on 'tomb of Rome's founding father'A discovery at an ancient temple divides experts over possible links to the city's legendary founder.
Italy's govt presses ahead with new motorway rules: officialsRome will push ahead with new rules making it easier to revoke motorway concessions, two deputy ministers said, in a move aimed at forcing Atlantia to accept contractual changes following a deadly..
Italy contradicts China over possible air traffic restartItaly on Friday contradicted China's assertions over a possible resumption of flights between the two countries, in a move that could further raise diplomatic tensions after Rome's decision to shut air..
What ancient Rome may teach on post-Brexit tourismAs more Britons holiday at home and European visitor numbers fall, could we learn from ancient Rome?
Passengers from China's Wuhan arriving in Rome checked for coronavirus: airport spokesmanPassengers on a China Southern Airlines flight from the Chinese city of Wuhan arriving at Rome's Fiumicino airport early on Thursday were checked for signs of coronavirus, an airport spokesman said.
Libyan commander Haftar meeting Italian PM: Italian government sourceLibyan commander Khalifa Haftar was on Wednesday meeting Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Rome, an Italian government source said, amid calls for a ceasefire between Haftar's eastern militia..
FCA-PSA deal 'good', government will monitor impact: Italy's Finance MinisterItaly's Finance Minister Roberto Gualtieri on Wednesday welcomed the binding merger agreement between Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot maker PSA saying it was "good" and said Rome would keep on eye on the..
Slain student caught in 'web' spun by Egyptian security services: Italian prosecutorsGiulio Regeni, an Italian student tortured and murdered in Cairo in 2016, was ensnared in a "spider's web" spun by the Egyptian security services in the weeks leading up to his death, Rome prosecutors..
Italy's anti-Salvini 'sardines' take protest to RomeTens of thousands of people joined a demonstration in central Rome on Saturday organized by a grassroots movement known as "the sardines", launched only a month ago to protest against far-right leader..