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Elderly group occupy leisure centre in Rome to protest its closure
The group of retired Italians occupied a leisure centre in northern Rome after the municipality declared it unfit for use.
Supporting women's entrepreneurship in Europe
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.
Public bus explodes in Rome, no casualties
Moments of fear in Rome on Tuesday when a public-transport bus burst in flames in Rome's central Via del Tritone.
Liverpool request meeting with Italian police ahead of Champions League semi-final clash with Roma
Liverpool Football Club has requested a meeting with Italian police ahead of its Champions League semi-final second leg with Roma.
Pope Francis leads solemn Good Friday service in Rome
Pope Francis has led Roman Catholic devotees in a Good Friday service which was held under tight security in the city's ancient Colosseum.
Violin virtuoso Kyung Wha Chung debuts with Sir Antonio Pappano
The 'unstoppable maestro' Sir Antonio Pappano conducts Brahms' challenging and emotional violin concerto in Rome, featuring the legendary South Korean violinist Kyung Wha Chung.
Italian elections: More than 70 counts of violence in month leading to
Giant sinkhole opens in Rome, swallowing seven cars
Violence breaks out as Erdogan meets Pope Francis in Rome
Food wastage amounts to 143 billion euros per year in the EU
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.
Italy and France urge Europe to increase efforts to ease migrant crisi
Disgraced former archbishop of Boston, Cardinal Bernard Law, has died
Italy likely to hold national elections on March 4.
Rome's Trevi Fountain turns red after protester dumps dye into it.
The Rome Film Festival opens its 12th edition with Scott Cooper’s new film "Hostiles"
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.
Art attacks demean Rome's cultural heritage says city's curator
The dying of the Trevi fountain red by serial shock artist Graziano Cecchini does nothing for the city's image claims cultural curator.
Greenpeace protest in Rome after finding dangerous citywide air pollution
Greenpeace target diesel users in the Italian capital after finding Nitrogen Dioxide levels above WHO safety guidelines
Lazio promises action after fans' Anne Franck 'insult'
Protests against citizenship for migrant children in Italy
Around 1,000 people have protested in Rome against giving citizenship to the children of migrants
One of Japan's most famous artists, Katsushika Hokusai, gets a major exhibition in Rome
The complete works of Katsushika Hokusai are on show in Rome until mid-January 2018.
Iconic Colosseum to reopen 'pleb tier'
Colosseum to reopen fifth and top tier to public.
Refugees and riot police clash in Rome
Migrants were protesting their eviction from a nearby office building, where they had been squatting for five years
Juventus and Lazio prepare to face each other in the Italian Supercup.
Juventus Torino and Lazio Roma face each other for a third time for this season's Italian Supercup curtain raiser.
Watch: Baggage handlers in Italy ‘caught stealing' from travellers' luggage
Watch out if you’re passing through Rome’s Fiumicino Airport this summer.
Vatican turns off fountains amid Italy drought
Zoo cool Tigers chill in Roma
As Europe swelters in a heatwave it is not only humans that head for the ice cream van. Zookeepers at the Bioparco zoo in Rome have been handing