The Pope's refusal to hold a meeting with the Dalai Lama for fear of upsetting China is heavily criticised by a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Opposition parties in Rome are calling on the city’s ruling administration to step down after a police investigation revealed a web of corrupt
Restoration work is underway at Rome’s Colosseum after a Russian tourist carved a 25 centimetre high ‘K’ onto a wall of the amphitheatre.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is one issue being discussed at a three-day UN summit in Rome. Health and Agriculture ministers from 170 countries
The restoration laboratory of the Vatican Museums is home to one of the largest collections of paintings and sculptures in the world. This is where
Athens, Rome and Malta’s Valletta are Europe’s least tolerant capital cities towards foreigners, a euronews study of official data reveals.
Ninety-four-year old Lea is able to stay home thanks to the care she receives from a robot. Often described as a kind of Skype on wheels, it’s part
The 4th of May was celebrated by numerous fans of the famous movie Star Wars, who gathered in front of Rome’s Colosseum wearing costumes of their
Pope Francis has decided that the troubled Vatican bank, which he had in the past not excluded closing, will remain operative and he has approved
An Italian heiress has been accused of hiding more than a thousand real estate properties with a combined worth of more than two billion euros from
He may be 77 years old, in disgrace and out of power, and harried on all sides by no less than four legal cases which could eventually see him to go
The life of Pope Francis may be in danger from the mafia, according to a senior Italian prosecutor.
Nicola Gratteri, a prosecutor in southern
Catch her while you can. Elusive, unapproachable, Martha Argerich is one of the world’s greatest pianists.
Italy’s best orchestra, the Orchestra