The group of retired Italians occupied a leisure centre in northern Rome after the municipality declared it unfit for use.
Women make up 52% of Europe's population but they account for just 30% of startup entrepreneurs. Euronews went to Italy to find out why.
Moments of fear in Rome on Tuesday when a public-transport bus burst in flames in Rome's central Via del Tritone.
Liverpool Football Club has requested a meeting with Italian police ahead of its Champions League semi-final second leg with Roma.
Pope Francis has led Roman Catholic devotees in a Good Friday service which was held under tight security in the city's ancient Colosseum.
The 'unstoppable maestro' Sir Antonio Pappano conducts Brahms' challenging and emotional violin concerto in Rome, featuring the legendary South Korean violinist Kyung Wha Chung.
Here’s a list of the main episodes of violence that have taken place during the electoral campaign ahead of the March 4 elections.
The cavity appeared on a construction site in the Italian capital.
The pro-Kurdish group, which objects to Turkey's treatment of Kurds in Turkey and Syria, held a sit-in outside the Castel Sant'Angelo, not far from where Erdogan was meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican.
An Italian family monitors the amount of food it wastes and finds it amounts to between 30 and 50 euros per week. The family is taking part in a project aimed at reducing the amount of discarded food.
French President Emmanuel Macron and Italy's Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni have called on European states to do more to help resolve the migrant crisis
Law became a central figure in the worst crisis to hit the Roman Catholic Church in America - the alleged cover-up by church officials of sexual abuse of children by priests.
National elections in Italy look likely to be held on March 4th. The date is not yet official but Italian media say the country's president, Sergio Mattarella, is likely to dissolve parliament at the end of this month.
After the council's chainsaws, Andrea Gandini moves in with his chisel.
Rome's Trevi Fountain has turned red after an activist poured dye into it to protest against Rome's 'corruption and filth.'
Rosamund Pike, director Scott Cooper and Wes Studi lit up the red carpet in Rome for their latest film, "Hostiles," which opened the 12th Rome Film Festival.
The dying of the Trevi fountain red by serial shock artist Graziano Cecchini does nothing for the city's image claims cultural curator.
Greenpeace target diesel users in the Italian capital after finding Nitrogen Dioxide levels above WHO safety guidelines
Italian football fanatics are known for their connections to the far-right. When SS Lazio supporters used an image of Anne Frank as an insult, it created a national scandal.
Around 1,000 people have protested in Rome against giving citizenship to the children of migrants