Italy's prime minister Giuseppe Conte has stood by Matteo Salvini's League party amid accusations it sought illicit funds from Russia.
Emanuela Orlandi disappeared after she left her family's flat in the Vatican City and headed to a music lesson.
A protester who jumped into the Trevi fountain dressed as an ancient Roman senator has been slapped with a €550 fine.
An Eritrean national was arrested and extradited from Sudan in 2016 by Italian authorities after he was suspected of being a notorious kingpin in the human trafficking world. Watch the full explanation of this complicated story by clicking on the player.
Italian luxury fashion house Fendi has paid tribute to its former creative director Karl Lagerfeld at its haute couture show in Rome.
Sanctions include fines, as well as the individual being banned from areas for up to 48 hours, known as the application of the “Daspo Urbano”.
A young man was forced to escape from his room and seek safety on a cornice when a fire ripped through his building in Rome.
The Sphinx Room features lavish frescoes of panthers, centaurs and, of course, a sphinx. Experts chanced upon it while doing restoration work on the vault of a neighbouring part of the building.
An Italian street artist known as Maupal left one of his provocative pieces of art in the centre of Rome early Tuesday morning.
A tense meeting between Italy's coalition partners on Rome's crippling debt has broken up without a final resolution.
The capital's €12 billion shortfall - dating back more than a decade - must be restructured to avoid defaulting.
Italy’s warring coalition partners are meeting today to try to decide on an urgent financial bailout for the city of Rome.
The capital's €12 billion debt must be restructured to avoid defaulting, but the League and the Five Star movement are far apart on the issue.
Around 128 bicycles were rigged up to a dynamo and generator in Piazza del Popolo.
Rome Zoo welcomed four new baby flamingos yesterday. Zookeepers were surprised by the sudden fecondity of their animals.
Visitors can experience what the ruin once looked like in incredible detail by donning a VR headset. Notorious Nero intended the opulence of his home to reflect his status as an absolute ruler.
The Mayor of the Italian capital has called for an investigation into ugly scenes that broke out on Tuesday over the transfer of a group of Roma families to a government-run centre.
Rome's Ciampino airport has reopened after the discovery of WWII bomb earlier today.
The Italian government has approved welfare and pension reforms that were the main pledge of the Five Star Movement campaign.
An unholy row is unfolding in Rome over the millions of euros thrown into the Trevi Fountain each year for good luck. Traditionally, the money has gone to a Catholic charity for the poor and homeless- now, city council is trying to change that.
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A session in the Italian parliament's lower house was marred by scuffles between MPs over the 2019 budget bill.
As twelve teams of firefighters battle to put out the blaze, critics have slammed the capital's beleaguered waste manager and warned of a growing garbage ‘crisis’ in the capital.
Romans are not pleased with this year's Christmas tree, which arrived in the city on Monday, as locals say they are experiencing de ja vu of the 'ugliest Christmas tree' of yesteryear
Roma families that were recently evicted from camps joined the likes of students, migrants and refugees, as well as human-rights activists from across Italy.
The ruling has averted a crisis in her party, the ruling 5-Star movement.
Inhabitans say neglect is destroying city
Three migrants have been arrested in connection to the drugging, rape and death of 16-year-old Desiree Mariottini in Rome