This afternoon, shortly after 16:00, Pope Francis, left the Vatican in as a private citizen and visited the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, to address … Read more
Rome public prosecutor Maria Monteleone on Wednesday sounded the alarm about child prostitution in the capital, saying that children as young as 10 were victims.… Read more
Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs Luigi Di Maio delivers his speech during the ‘Opening Session and Welcoming Remarks’ of the ‘Rome Med 2019 – Mediterranean … Read more
A letter-bomb destined for the Italian Ministry of Interior was intercepted in the mail sorting office in Via Ostiense, Rome, and defused by the police … Read more
The fifth edition of the Rome MED 2019 Conference will open today in the Italian capital.
The MED – Mediterranean Dialogues Conference which will take … Read more
Finance police on Thursday executed 20 arrest warrants in relation to a probe into alleged corruption in contracts for work at courthouses in Rome.
Four … Read more
A train derailed for bad weather in northern Italy on Monday. The train derailed because of a landslide in the Val Pusteria, near Rio Pusteria, … Read more
The Vatican has donated a building near St Peter’s hitherto used by nuns to shelter Rome’s homeless and poor, ANSA sources said Friday. The building, … Read more
Local police and fire brigade on the spot where a bus crashed with a tree in Rome, Italy.
The emergency services have taken 29 injured … Read more
US actress Angelina Jolie poses for the media during a photocall for ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ (Italian title: Maleficent: Signora del male) in Rome, Italy.… Read more
A couple of Japanese tourists dining in Rome were shocked to receive a bill for more than €429.80 after ordering two plates of spaghetti and … Read more
A series of photos of the meeting Maltese President George Vella had with Italian President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinale Palace in Rome, Italy, on … Read more
Italy’s political leaders will meet in Rome today to discuss a date for a no-confidence vote in the government.
The right-wing Northern League governs the … Read more
Rome bans hanging out of washing if visible from street, fines also for balcony water that drips onto street
A new urban police regulation in Rome that went into effect in July imposes bans with a 100-euro fine for certain offences, including one for … Read more
Sitting on Rome’s famous Spanish Steps is no longer allowed as the local police have decided to apply the rules in a more stringent way.… Read more
Commuters in Rome can now earn five cents towards public transportation tickets for every plastic bottle they recycle at special machines around metro stations.
The … Read more