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Only witnesses and a City Hall official were allowed into Saturday morning's ceremony in Italy's capital — and everyone wore masks
'These are my first days of work and I’m facing COVID-19', said one Italian doctor who started working amid the #coronavirus pandemic.
One man was injured and another walked away from the scene but on a normal day this could have been a disaster, and thoughts of Genoa prevail.
Italy is trying to spend its way out of the COVID-19 crisis, but the EU's second-most indebted country is already in financial hot water.
Canals in Venice were almost empty on Monday morning as Italy's fight against the coronavirus pandemic continues.
One Italian oncologist has shown how to ease pressure on intensive care beds in hospitals by treating people at home.
Rome's majestic monuments and picturesque streets are deserted amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
Naples residents are lowering baskets packed with essentials from their balconies - allowing those in need to collect food while maintaining social distancing
“Things are getting slowly much much better. I believe Italy needs at least two more weeks of lockdown and then we will see,” Italy’s deputy health minister tells Euronews.
The abundance of green areas in my neighbourhood has made 'quarantine' more bearable, says Alessio Dell'Anna, a journalist based in Milan.
Some towns in Italy are running out of space to store coffins as the sheer volume of COVID-19 deaths overwhelms morgues and funeral services.
Players and manager agreed to give up four months worth of their salary to help Juventus through the coronavirus crisis
EU will lose its 'raison d'etre' if it fails to help its member states and citizens during COVID-19 crisis, Italy's PM Giuseppe Conte has warned.
"Italy is at war with a virus", Italy's foreign affairs minister Luigi Di Maio tells Euronews
We have Euronews journalists living in France, Italy and Spain answering questions on how to cope with coronavirus confinement.
'I can't wait to check all the villages on the screens,' says the mayor of Messina in Italy, who is using drones to tell people to stay indoors and respect the coronavirus lockdown
The two brothers from Erchie, Brindisi, are being held for aggravated robbery and the assault of a Chinese shopkeeper.
The positive effects of Italy's coronavirus lockdown are yet to be seen, the director of one of Milan's hospitals has told Euronews.
Before coronavirus broke out, there were around 115 funerals per month. So far in March there has been more than 800.
Many people in Italy have not been heeding the instructions to stay indoors as the country battles #coronavirus - now a number of mayors of Italian towns and cities are taking matters into their own hands
The Italian Civil Aviation Authority will allow local police to use the equipment to help enforce restrictions on assembly.
Lombardy authorities have issued the clearest measures yet to close loopholes being leveraged to circumvent bans on movement.
The Genoa bridge was illuminated with the colours of the country's national flag on Saturday, as a sign of solidarity with the victims of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
The mayor of Bergamo in northern Italy claims the true number of victims of COVID-19 is likely to be much higher than the official figure.
The footage was actually captured in the port of Cagliari on the island of Sardinia.
Unreported Europe takes a look at stories from the first weeks in the country now recording the highest amount of deaths related to the new coronavirus.