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King of spectacle Balich puts Sistine Chapel on stage

Marco Balich's latest production will highlight the works of Michelangelo.

Investigation opened into Astori death in Italy

A judicial inquiry had been launched following the death of the player, who was found dead in his hotel room in Udine.

Roma end Napoli’s 10-win streak to throw Serie A title race...

Napoli's lead is now just one point after Juventus earlier defeated Lazio courtesy of an injury-time strike from Paulo Dybala.

Rare snow storm disrupts flights, shuts down schools in Rome

Daily life across Rome was severely disrupted by a snow storm of which the like has not been seen in Rome for six years.

Rome bans protests ahead of Erdogan talks with pope

A sit-in protest by 200 people, organised by a Kurdish association in Italy, is scheduled to take place on Monday not far from the Vatican.

Pope treats Rome’s homeless, poor, migrants to a day at the...

The Vatican arranged for tickets for the Thursday afternoon performance for poor, homeless, a group of prisoners, children of needy families, volunteers and care givers.

Cheesed off: Italian regions highly strung over mozzarella

Even before Brussels has given its opinion over the DOP (protected designation of origin) label, the defence consortium of buffalo mozzarella announced an appeal at the administrative court.

Lelaki Malaysia ditahan serang pasangan cium di Rome

Lelaki itu turut bertindak ganas terhadap anggota polis.

Cops pick up Malaysian in Rome for attacking kissing couple

Ansa news agency says the man became upset after seeing the young couple kissing in front of Islamic centre.

Italian bank robbers don Trump masks for heists

The stunt evokes 1991 film "Point Break" starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze, in which a gang of surfers don masks of ex-US presidents while robbing banks.

Public caning reminiscent of ancient Rome, says Kelantan lawyer

Nik Elin Nik Rashid says the public caning for shariah offences law passed by the Kelantan government is 'so regressive' that it can only be compared to what occurred behind the Colosseum walls in 70 AD.

Rome bans the sale and public consumption of alcohol after dark

The bylaw is the latest measure introduced in Rome in an attempt to keep order throughout the summer.

Guarantee Rewcastle-Brown safe passage, DAP MP tells IGP

Otherwise, IGP's statement that he can't assure her safe passage makes him a laughing stock, says Kulasegaran.

Florence freeloader and the art of the free lunch

Italy’s highest court ruled last year that stealing small amounts of food to stave off hunger is not a crime, overturning conviction and prison sentence of homeless man.

Two devices explode in Rome, no injuries reported

Area near the site of the ancient Circus Maximus racetrack had been closed for security, but traffic was not affected.

Cooling off in Trevi Fountain costs hot tourists

At the nearly 300-year-old monument, visited by millions of tourists every year, tradition has it visitors can ensure eternal love by drinking its waters -- not by swimming in them.