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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Rome, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 198 stories have been published about Rome which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.
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Europe · Tirana

Jose Mourinho Makes More History As Roma Win First Ever UEFA Europa Conference League

47% Center coverage: 30 sources
Roma beat Feyenoord 1-0 to win the Europa Conference League. It is the club's first major European trophy in over three decades. Jose Mourinho was still emotional by the time he praised his team after the trophy ceremony. CLICK HERE for all the latest Roma news.See the Story
Europe · Rome

Mino Raiola dies: Agent of football stars Paul Pogba and Erling Haaland, passes away aged 54

37% Center coverage: 30 sources
Mino Raiola has died aged 54. His family released a statement on social media announcing his death. In January, Raiola underwent checks in Italy after reports said he was rushed to hospital for surgery. His spokesperson downplayed the visit saying: "Everything was planned and there were no emergency surgeries"See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Russia expels 85 diplomats from France, Spain and Italy

42% Right coverage: 36 sources
Russia said on Wednesday it was expelling 85 embassy staff from France, Spain and Italy. The three countries are among European nations that have collectively thrown out more than 300 Russians since the Feb. 24 invasion. In many cases, they accused Russian diplomats of spying, which Moscow has denied.See the Story
Europe · Rome

Mourinho lets the tears flow as Roma reach Europa Conference League final

40% Center coverage: 25 sources
Jose Mourinho left in tears after guiding Roma to Europa Conference League final. Roma beat Leicester City 1-0 on Thursday and 2-1 on aggregate. Roma will face Feyenoord in the final on May 25. Mourinho has now reached five European finals with four different clubs.See the Story
Europe · Rome

Bono and the pope harmonize on climate change, girls' education

43% Left coverage: 14 sources
U2 frontman Bono met with the pontiff in Rome alongside students attending an educational program. Francis has promoted the Scholas Occurrentes (Schools of Meeting) program since he was archbishop in Buenos Aires. Bono praised the pope for creating the program and its emphasis on the education of girls.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Nearly 25 million tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine, says UN food agency

43% Center coverage: 14 sources
Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) food price index, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 158.5 points last month. April index was 29.8 per cent higher than a year earlier. FAO said wheat was hit by the blockage of ports in Ukraine and worries over crop conditions in the United States.See the Story
Europe · Rome

'Shut the f*** up!' - Denis Shapovalov screams at Italian Open crowd after row with the umpire boils over

39% Left coverage: 13 sources
Denis Shapovalov lost his cool during his opening round match at the Italian Open. The Canadian tennis star shouted "shut the f--- up" at the crowd after fans became unhappy with his conduct towards the chair umpire. The 23-year-old star will be back on the court in the Round of 32.See the Story
Europe · Washington

US, Italy united on Ukraine, with slightly different tones

50% Center coverage: 8 sources
Italian Premier Mario Draghi meets with U.S. President Joe Biden this week in Washington. Both Rome and Washington will emphasize their historic friendship and shared desire to help Ukraine defend itself from Russia's two-month-old invasion. Energy, climate change and promoting global economic prosperity also are on the agenda.See the Story
Europe · Kharkiv

Kharkiv children fleeing bombs find refuge in Italy

80% Center coverage: 5 sources
Viktoria Shakshyna, 16, came to Italy with the help of "The Children of the East" An Italian aid programme had provided a respite from the children's home where she lived in Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine. She regularly spent three months in the summer and one month in the winter in the quiet, green surroundings of Cusago.See the Story

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