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  • US Soldiers' Ebola Quarantine in Italy Causes Alarm

    US Soldiers' Ebola Quarantine in Italy Causes Alarm

    The decision to put a dozen American soldiers returning from Liberia into quarantine for Ebola at their base near Venice rather than in the United States sparked controversy in Italy on Wednesday.

  • Haider Wins An Award in Rome

    Haider Wins An Award in Rome

    Director Vishal Bhardwajs Haider is a modern-day adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet

  • Protesters March Against Matteo Renzi's Labour Reforms in Rome

    Protesters March Against Matteo Renzi's Labour Reforms in Rome

    Demonstrators from across Italy filled the streets of Rome on Saturday to protest against labour market reforms which the government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has made a cornerstone of its policy.

  • Dancing Priests Become Internet Sensation

    Dancing Priests Become Internet Sensation

    A video of a pair of dueling, dancing American priests studying in Rome has gone viral, following in the footsteps of a now-famous Italian nun whose Alicia Keys-esque voice won her a singing contest and a record contract.

  • UEFA Champions League: Manchester City F.C. Face CSKA Behind Closed Doors, Pep Guardiola Returns to Rome

    UEFA Champions League: Manchester City F.C. Face CSKA Behind Closed Doors, Pep Guardiola Returns to Rome

    Premier League champions Manchester City F.C. go to Russia to face CSKA still looking for their first win in the UEFA Champions League this season. Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain will also be in action on Tuesday.

  • Beneath New World Vines, A Glimpse of Old World Wine

    Beneath New World Vines, A Glimpse of Old World Wine

    With its acclaimed shiraz and other experimental varietals, the Casale del Giglio estate near Rome is at the cutting edge of Italian winemaking.

  • Rare Clean-Shaven Christ Unearthed in Spain

    Rare Clean-Shaven Christ Unearthed in Spain

    Archaeologists say they have found one of the earliest pictures ever of Jesus Christ, sporting an unusual clean-shaven, short-haired look, on an old glass plate unearthed in southern Spain.

  • Dhanush's Kaaka Muttai to be Screened at Rome Film Festival

    Dhanush's Kaaka Muttai to be Screened at Rome Film Festival

    M Manikandan-directed Kaaka Muttai, about two brothers living in a slum, will be screened in Alice Nella Citt - a parallel and independent section of the festival.

  • Pope Summons Mideast Envoys to Rome Over Islamist Advance

    Pope Summons Mideast Envoys to Rome Over Islamist Advance

    Pope Francis, who has expressed alarm over the rise of Islamic State militants and the plight of Christians in the Middle East, has summoned his envoys in the region to a rare meeting to discuss a response to the crisis, the Vatican said on Tuesday.

  • London to Host Euro 2020 Final

    London to Host Euro 2020 Final

    London, Munich, Rome, Brussels or Glasgow are experienced hosts of major sporting events, having already hosted World Cup, Euro or Champion League games.

  • Suspected Ebola Case in Italy is Actually Malaria: Local Government

    Suspected Ebola Case in Italy is Actually Malaria: Local Government

    Doctors testing a woman suspected of being infected with Ebola in central Italy have found she is actually suffering from malaria, the regional government said on Wednesday.

  • Four Mountaineers Killed in Italian Alps

    Four Mountaineers Killed in Italian Alps

    Four mountain climbers were killed on Sunday after falling 3,000 metres down a crevasse in the Valtellina region of the Italian Alps, rescue workers said.

  • 15th Century Paintings Stolen From Italy's Castle

    15th Century Paintings Stolen From Italy's Castle

    Three small artworks of the 15th century have been stolen from the picture gallery of the iconic Sforza Castle in Italy's Milan, media reports said on Sunday.

  • Life's a Beach for Italy's Dogs

    Life's a Beach for Italy's Dogs

    The sun brollies are up, the beach loungers full and the water is full of daytrippers splashing about.

  • Furore after Concordia Captain Gives Seminar

    Furore after Concordia Captain Gives Seminar

    A Rome university professor is facing a disciplinary hearing after inviting the captain of the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise liner to lecture students on emergency procedures.

  • Executions Rise Worldwide in 2013

    Executions Rise Worldwide in 2013

    The number of executions worldwide rose last year despite a general global trend toward capital punishment abolition, according to a report released on Friday by an Italian anti-death penalty group.

  • Three Drown as Italian Navy Rescues Over 1,000 Migrants

    Three Drown as Italian Navy Rescues Over 1,000 Migrants

    Italy's navy on Thursday said it had rescued more than 1,000 migrants from multiple boats intercepted crossing the Mediterranean over the past 24 hours, as smugglers take advantage of calm summer seas.

  • Number of Poor People Rise in Italy to 10.5 Million: Study

    Number of Poor People Rise in Italy to 10.5 Million: Study

    The number of poor people in Italy rose to 10.48 million people which is 16.6 percent of the population in 2013, Italy's official data agency Istat said on Monday.

  • Pope Says About Two Percent of Priests Are Paedophiles: Paper

    Pope Says About Two Percent of Priests Are Paedophiles: Paper

    About two percent of Roman Catholic clerics are sexual abusers, an Italian newspaper on Sunday quoted Pope Francis as saying, adding that the pontiff considered the crime "a leprosy in our house".

  • Ancient Graffiti to Street Art: Rome Walls Tell a Story

    Ancient Graffiti to Street Art: Rome Walls Tell a Story

    Scribbling emotions on walls has been a tradition in Rome going back thousands of years and even the word "graffiti" was first used for markings found in the ruins of Pompeii.

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