Rome News

Fendi, the legacy of empire and Karl Lagerfeld

How would he have felt about the Fendi couture show held at the Temple of Venus and Rome high atop the Palatine Hill in the Italian capital, the uplit arches of the Colosseum serving as backdrop, the moonlighting the paths a show meant to be not a retrospective but rather a homage to the values he gave the brand.

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka through to quarterfinals

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal won two matches on the same day after Wednesday's play was washed out completely in the Italian capital.


Italy rejects 300 pupils lacking proper vaccines

A 2017 law made 10 vaccines obligatory for children who enrolled in Italian schools, a response to a worrisome decline in vaccinations nationwide and a measles outbreak that same year.

Sushma Swaraj calls Italian PM; discusses steps to revitalise bilateral ties

The visit from June 17-23 will provide an opportunity to hold in-depth discussions with the political leadership on a wide range of global, regional and bilateral issues and advance India's growing strategic engagement.

Before binging on The Crown Season 2, watch these TV shows

Mind you, these shows may be very different since the socio-economic milieu and lifestyle of modern royals are very different from those from the medieval era. But all these shows are worth watching.

Friends, Romans: Help restore Rome's ruins, monuments

City officials say help is neededfor less glamorous but equally important routine maintenance of monuments and archaeological areas dating back to ancient Roman times.


Vatican leaks trial resumes, first testimony expected this week

Two journalists face up to eight years in prison if convicted of putting pressure on a Vatican monsignor to obtain the documents and publish them.

Rome gives green light to red light zone

Marino gave his blessing to the experiment in the Eur business to the south of Rome's historic centre.

Pope calls for humane justice system,says even god is 'a prisoner'

Pope says,we have a system that punishes the weak while the big fishes swim freely.

A Roman holiday

Rome has much more to offer than St Peter's Basilica and the Trevi Fountain.