ROME – A pharmacy in the historic centre of via Nazionale in Rome has been accused of maliciously selling protective health supplies and taking advantage of people’s fears during the coronavirus pa
ROME - British Airways and AirFrance decided to cancel all flights to and from Italy until April, with Ryanair, Norwegian Air, and Easyjet also deciding to curb their scheduled flights by the thous
ROME – The Director of the Infectious Diseases Department of the Higher Institute of Health, Gianni Rezza, said in a television interview that Rome risks becoming like Milan as the virus starts to
ROME – Ninety-eight people have been quarantined after it emerged that a policeman, the first person to test positive for coronavirus in Rome, had stayed in the Tor Vergata hospital on the night of
ROME – Two small explosions in Rome and one in Fiumicino have injured three women, in separate attacks caused by identical devices, according to police officials.
ROME – Archaeologists have found a sarcophagus in the Forum which could be the final resting place of the legendary founder of Rome, according to a press release on Monday from the Colosseum Archae
ROME – Avinoam Shalem was appointed director of the American Academy in Rome (AAR) on Friday, following an announcement from the AAR President and CEO Mark Robbins.
ROME – Barberini metro station’s A line partially reopened on Tuesday, although commuters have only been able to exit the station, with operators from the Rome agency for transport (ATAC) turning
ROME – An Albanian prisoner on a day’s parole has been shot and killed outside his house in the northern suburbs of the Italian capital, judicial sources said.
ROME – On Wednesday police arrested Salvatore Mariano, 23, on charges of sexual violence and harassment, after victims emerged online with claims that he had stalked and molested them, reports
ROME – The partial reopening of Barberini Metro station, closed since March 2019, has been deferred yet again after an escalator failed a safety check, local authorities report.