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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Rome

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Celtic and Lazio's Europa League clash to be played in partially closed Stadio Olimpico
Uefa has taken action following ‘racist behaviour’ from the Italian outfit’s fans.
Roman-era 'lovers of Modena', buried hand-in-hand, were men
Exactly why the two men were carefully laid to rest with their hands interlocked remains a mystery.
Kevin Spacey makes first public appearance in two years in Rome
Spacey is under investigation for sexual assaults in the US and Britain.
Vatican opens burial chambers in hunt for princesses and missing teen
Emanuela Orlandi was last seen leaving a music class in Rome in 1983.
Vatican to open tombs in search for teenage girl missing since 1983
Emanuela Orlandi was last seen leaving a music class aged 15 in June 1983.
Barr just shy of season's best with fourth-place finish in Rome
The Waterford native missed out on a podium place, but improved on his performance in Stockholm last week.
Pope's charity aide climbs down manhole to restore electricity to hundreds of people in Rome
It is believed the supply had been shut off due to unpaid electricity bills amounting to around €300,000.
Former trainee priest suing Irish Examiner and Echo
The man previously launched legal action against other newspapers including the Irish Times and the Irish Independent.
'We live in a sensationalist world' - Conor O'Shea says Italy are climbing
The Italy boss was left gutted in Rome, but remains proud of his players.
Ireland leave Rome 'relieved' but underperformance causes concern
Joe Schmidt said he was proud of how his players responded in the second half.
'I'm delighted I can dedicate this cap to him' - Carty spurred on by cousin
The 26-year-old Connacht man won his first Ireland cap in Rome.
Ireland survive first-half scare in Rome to notch bonus-point win over Italy
Joe Schmidt’s men still remain some way off their best despite the victory at Stadio Olimpico.
Schmidt's Ireland strive for attacking 'flow' as Sexton and Murray hit 50
Joe Schmidt’s side are confident that they’re close to truly clicking.
'There are similarities' but Italy know Ireland are a different beast to 2013
The superb form of Benetton in the Pro14 has given Italy renewed confidence.
Survivors call for 'zero tolerance' towards Catholic Church sex abuse as four-day Vatican summit gets underway
180 participants, including the presidents of 113 bishop conferences from around the world, are expected to travel to Rome.
Hunt for identity of skeleton discovered in Vatican embassy
Another potential victim emerged today.
Last survivor of WWII raid on Rome's Jewish Ghetto dies
Lello Di Segni was 16 years old when he and his family were seized in the round-up by the Third Reich’s troops.
Around 20 football fans injured after apparent escalator malfunction
CSKA Moscow are playing Roma in a Champions League match.
Transatlantic flight diverted to Shannon after apparent bomb threat
United Airlines flight UA-971 was travelling from Rome to Chicago.
Populist leader sworn in as Italian prime minister
The country has been in the throes of political uncertainty for almost three months.
After being summoned to the Vatican over child sex abuse scandal, all Chilean bishops resign
The thirty-four bishops tendered their resignations today.
Liverpool urge fans in Rome 'under no circumstances' to walk to stadium tonight
Last week’s first leg tie was marred by an attack on Meath man Sean Cox.
PHOTOS: Many parts of Europe are under snow
A snow-ice warning has been issued for seven counties in Ireland.
Rome's 'baldy' Christmas tree is being made into a family hut and souvenirs
The €48,000 tree was labelled an international embarrassment after it was declared dead on its arrival.
Dead on arrival, Rome's 'mangy' Christmas tree set to be immortalised
Many said the tree – which cost around €48,000 – was a metaphor for the state of the Italian capital.
'Baldy toilet brush': Locals aren't happy with Rome's wilted Christmas tree
The tree cost the city almost €50,000.
'We lacked everything,' fumes Conte after Chelsea routed in Rome
“We must find the hunger we showed all of last season.”
Nineteen new seminarians begin studies for Irish Dioceses
Last year Diarmuid Martin said he would send trainee priests from his own diocese to Rome rather than Maynooth, citing “an atmosphere of strange goings-on”.
Climate Bells: The gift Michael D Higgins gave Pope Francis today
President Higgins was expected to discuss ‘issues of global importance’ with the Pope in the Vatican today.
President Higgins will meet Pope Francis in Rome on Monday
President Higgins will also visit the Biennale, the world’s oldest international art exhibition.
It robs people of the basics of life': Irish families bring Huntington's campaign to Vatican
Irish people living with Huntington’s Disease will have an audience with Pope Francis tomorrow.
Emergency services respond to explosion outside post office in Rome
No injuries were reported.
'We turn towards you with eyes lowered in shame': Pope blasts migrant suffering in Easter prayer
The pontiff also hit out at the scandals which have rocked the Catholic Church.
Ryanair will offer connecting flights onto rivals' routes starting this year
The Irish budget airline plans to hook up with both Aer Lingus and Norwegian Air.
'Thanks to books, I feel free': The man with the most degrees in history
“Thanks to books, I feel free. After all, the words share the same root,” he says, referring to the Italian words libro (book) and libero (free).
Irish rugby fan arrested in Italy after 'trying to grab soldier's machine gun'
The incident happened on Friday evening.
No excuses for Ireland as they aim to get Six Nations title bid back on track
Joe Schmidt’s men are strong favourites at Stadio Olimpico this afternoon.
Wales late show stuns valiant Italy in Rome
Conor O’Shea’s side had Wales on the run for an hour.
'The Church is in a state of utter collapse': Irish priests at odds with Vatican speak out
Fr Tony Flannery and Fr Sean McDonagh have sharply criticised how the Vatican treats clergy and, in particular, women.
Struck again: Italy hit by three earthquakes in one hour
It further isolated some towns which were buried under snow for days.