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Iran Air to resume flights to Rome after ban on Mahan Air
Iran’s flag carrier Iran Air will resume flights to the Italian capital, Rome, after rival airline Mahan Air was banned from the European country’s airspace.
Like roads, many genetic lineages led to ancient Rome
At the height of its empire, the inhabitants of ancient Rome genetically resembled the populations of the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East, according to a DNA study.
Iran’s Homa to resume flights to Italy’s Rome after ban on rival airline
Iran’s flag carrier Homa, known internationally as IranAir, will resume flights to the Italian capital Rome after rival airline Mahan Air was banned from the European country’s airspace.
Rome doctors warn of health hazards from city’s garbage woes
Doctors in Rome are warning of possible health hazards caused by overflowing trash bins in the city’s streets, as the Italian capital struggles with a renewed garbage emergency aggravated by the summer heat.
Tehran, Rome to become sister cities
Iran’s capital city and its Italian counterpart will become sister cities, as a city council official of Tehran, with a senior Italian member of a peace institute lay the grounds for reaching the agreement.
Former Rome mayor jailed 6 years for corruption
A former mayor of Rome has been sentenced to six years in prison for his part in the infiltration of organized crimes into the capital, and immediately vowed to appeal.
Ancient Rome was not built in a day
Whoever visits Rome nowadays can easily get lost in its many narrow streets, suddenly and randomly bumping into Agrippa’s Pantheon, Piazza Navona, or Santa Maria Maggiore.
Pope gives Rome homeless Christmas gift of new clinic in Vatican
Pope Francis has given the homeless a Christmas gift of a new clinic in St. Peter’s Square where they can get free medical help, the Vatican said on Saturday, announcing his latest move to help Rome’s destitute.
Rome and EU could be ready to compromise over Italy’s spending plans
Italy and the European Commission could be ready to compromise over Italy’s 2019 spending plans, according to local Italian media reports.
Italy budget: Rome vows to stick to plans, despite EU concerns
Italy's government said it will stick to its high-spending budget plans, setting up a potential stand-off with the European Union over its deficit.
Thousands of Italians march against immigration policies in Rome
Thousands of people staged a rally in the Italian capital, Rome, to protest against racism and a proposed law on immigration.
Two Iranian films go to Rome festival
Two Iranian films 'Chimney Man', directed by Meqdad Akhavan, and 'Eternal Recurrence of a Deep Sleep', by Mohammad Morravej, will represent Iran's cinema at the 17th Rome Independent Film Festival, Italy which is scheduled for November 1-30.
Pioneer of modern Iranian abstract art Vaziri-Moqaddam dies at 94
Iranian painter and a professor of abstract art Mohsen Vaziri-Moqaddam, who has been described as the 'pioneer of modern Iranian abstract art', died in Rome, Italy at the age of 94.
Iran, Italy hold cultural talks in Rome
The third round of cultural dialogue between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Italy was held in Rome.

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