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  • Flashmob organized by "Liberare Roma" movement in San Silvestro square in Rome against male violence on women. All participants wore a red Covid-19 mask

  • Demonstration organized by the workers of entertainment world in Rome, with a parade from Argentina Theater to Montecitorio square, to protest against Italian Government and Minister for Cultural Heritage and Activities Dario Franceschini

  • Tonight, February 22, 2021, one year after the start of the pandemic and the closure of theaters in Italy, the U.N.I.T.A. (National Union of Theater and Audiovisual Interpreters) has promoted the initiative "Let's light up the theater" to ask the new government to program and make public a plan that leads to soon to a safe reopening of theaters and live entertainment. Argentina Theater in Rome is among the theaters that have joined the initiative

  • Street vendors, some of them illegal, overtaking streets of Bensonhurst trying to survive during pandemic time. Folding tables, closing racks, boxes with merchandise blocking pedestrians from walking freely on the street.

  • A strange phenomenon for Naples and the Neapolitans: snow falls on the streets of the city.

  • Police officers fired tear gas, water canons and lathi charged against the activists of left wing, marching towards ‘Nabanna’ in protest. Demanding Youth Employment,Education Rights,Rejecting unfair policies of the present state and central government.10 left supporting youth and students union including SFI(Student’s Federation of India) and DYFI(Democratic Youth Federation of India) called for this march. More than 50 of the protesters were injured severely with legs being broken and injuries on the head were taken to the nearby hospital as reported. In turn a clash between the police officials and protesters broke out which created a menace situation.

  • General view of the set in Naples of the film entitled Con Tutto Il Cuore, with Vincenzo Salemme.

  • Inauguration of the Votive Chapel for Maradona in the Quartieri Spagnoli, at the base of the mural dedicated to him in the 1980s. To remove the veil is his son Diego jr, moved and excited by the initiative.

  • The former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte walked out of Palazzo Chigi and returned to his home, walking through the streets of the center of Rome

  • Flashmob called "Bar_rato" in San Cosimato Square in Trastevere district of Rome organized by INH (Italian Hospitality Network) association and by workers in the hospitality sector to protest against the current situation in which they have been left by Italian political world

  • Sit-in in favor of Mario Draghi organized by a spontaneous movement of citizens in front of the Quirinale Palace at the meeting between Mario Draghi and Sergio Mattarella for the appointment of Prime Minister, which took place on 3 February 2021

  • A new mural by Italian streetartist Harry Greb in Rome portrays the leader of Italia Viva Matteo Renzi with Saudi prince Mohammed Bin Salman shaking hands, in the wake of the controversy over Renzi's recent trip to Saudi Arabia

  • Group of children in Binangonan, Rizal are playing makeshift kite outside without protection against COVID-19 on February 3, 2021. Government are still strict on implementing guidelines on wearing face mask and face shield and strict implementation for ages only 15-65 years old allowed to go outside residences. As of February 3, 2021, the Philippines reported 530,118 cases of COVID-19 with 10,942 deaths.

  • Permanent sit-in in front of Montecitorio Palace in Rome organized by independent director and producer Luigi Pastore against closure of cinemas and theaters in Italy

  • Mural created on one of the walls of Russian Center of Science and Culture in Rome by streetartist Harry Greb to express dissent for the arrest in Russia of Alexei Navalny, political opponent of Vladimir Putin

  • Mural titled "The Savior?" made by Harry Greb in Vicolo Santa Rufina in the Trastevere district of Rome, where the new President of the United States of America Joe Biden is identified as the Savior, as the hope for the United States for social redemption, for a more right, with the battles that Biden became the bearer of during the election campaign

  • Open lesson organized by the students of the Liceo Visconti in Rome and by students of other high schools in front of the Pantheon in Rome on the day of the return to the classroom decided by the Lazio Region, to ask for safety in schools

  • The students of Cavour high school in Rome organized a lesson in front of school entrance to protest against the decision of the Lazio Region and the Italian Government to continue Distance Learning and to postpone the return to school of the students until 18 January 2021. Marco Damilano, director of L'Espresso, also participated.

  • Two volunteers of the Italian Red Cross stopped on the Janiculum Hill in Rome to observe the cannon that fires a blank shot towards Rome every day at noon

  • Flock of crow sitting on drain at a dirty street in Beawar. Over 1200 crows died in Rajasthan, prompting authorities to sound a Bird flu alert in the state. Bird flu has been confirmed in five states across India, including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat and Kerala.

  • The first people vaccinated in 2021 against the Covid-19 virus at the Santo Spirito Hospital in Rome, belonging to the health personnel of the Rome 1 Asl, with a final toast with the general director of the Rome 1 Asl, Angelo Tanese. Some nurses from the ER celebrated the new year with ironic writings on their anti-Covid masks

  • Short visit to the intensive care unit of the Covid San Filippo Neri hospital in Rome, with doctors and nurses giving comfort to Covid-19 patients wishing a happy new year through the writings on their protective suits

  • View of the Tiber partially covered the quay that surrounds the Tiber Island due to the heavy rains that are falling in Rome. Some curious people walk on the quay and take pictures.

  • On Boxing Day in Rome between Piazza Venezia and Trevi Fountain during the lockdown decided by the Italian government to combat the Covid-19 pandemic

  • At the Christmas 2020 celebration, a number of residents paid a pilgrimage to the graves of relatives at the special graves of Covid-19 victims at the Pondok Ranggon Public Cemetery, Jakarta. This year's Christmas moment was used by a number of Christians to make pilgrimages and pray for relatives who were buried under the Covid-19 protocol.

  • Yesterday morning, December 16, 2020, five new iron rubbish bins were installed on an experimental basis in Rome in Piazza della Rotonda, in front of the Pantheon, presented on the web by the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi. The new rubbish bins sparked ironic comments from several Roman citizens, who compared them to urns

  • Every year, three times a year, the miracle of San Gennaro repeats itself: the blood of the saint, contained in an relic, passes from the solid state to being liquid. When blood has not been dissolved, the Neapolitans have suffered serious problems. Blood did not dissolve, for example, in September 1939 and 1940 in line with the beginning of World War II and Italy’s entry into conflict. The same happened in September 1943, the date of the Nazi occupation in September 1973, the period of cholera spread in Naples in September 1980, the year of the earthquake in Campania and December 2016, a few months before the tragic and repeated fires on the Vesuvio and earthquake in Ischia.

  • In the ancient San Gregorio Armeno in Naples, famous all over the world for the artisans that made by hands since very long time the reproduction of the Christian nativity, among the statuettes it seems that the new normality is taking hold, perhaps thanks to the Christmas spirit. Even a bride and her groom doing the classic photoshoot after being married.

  • Dense fog disrupts travel and sometimes reduced the visibility to 10 meters.

  • Mural created by streetartist HarryGreb in an alley near Campo de Fiori in Rome, dedicated to John Lennon, who was killed in New York on December 8, 1980, 40 years ago, remembered in this mural for his songs also in favor of workers, whose rights are continuously violated, as reported by Amnesty International against Amazon

  • Agitating farmer unions have called for a "Bharat Bandh" today which has been backed by almost over 15 opposition parties and several trade unions.

  • Indians celebrate Dev Deepawali in various cities during the COVID Pandemic Situation.

  • Today the assembly and preparation work of the Christmas tree in Rome has begun. Christmas Tree of Rome is called for some years "Spelacchio" and has become famous all over the world; this year is a natural fir of the type Abies Nordmanniana, about 23 meters high and with a diameter of 12 meters

  • Hindu devotees celebrate Dev Deepawali during COVID pandemic situation. The Dev Deepavali is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in by the Hindus across the globe .

  • Mural in Trastevere district in Rome, created by streetartist Harrygreb, dedicated to Diego Armando Maradona, who died yesterday in Argentina

  • Flashmob in front of Montecitorio Palace in Rome organized by student-workers of youth network "Noi Restiamo", to denounce their dramatic situation during Covid-19 pandemic

  • Few people and tourists watch flight of starlings at sunset over the sky from the Orange Garden in Rome, during Covid-19 pandemic

  • With the slogan: "You close us, how do we study?", some university students, have decided to study outdoors, in Piazza dell'Immacolata, in San Lorenzo district in Rome, as a form of protest against the decision of the Italian government to implement distance learning, to ask for more safe places to study

  • Demonstration in front of Pantheon in Rome organized by Ristoratori Toscani group together with Tni-Tutela Nazionale Imprese, which was attended by restaurants owners, NCC, hoteliers, street vendors, after a march that started from Florence a few days ago. Art critic and deputy Vittorio Sgarbi also participated

  • Geco, the Italian writer wanted by the police for a long time, due to the large amount of graffiti, stickers and tags in his name that are scattered on walls and buildings in Rome and in other Italian and foreign cities, was identified and captured in Rome last Sunday 8 November 2020

  • A few days ago in the Pincio gardens in Rome a white marble bust appeared, depicting a person wearing glasses and a mask with a red cross and the words "Soldati anti Covid 19". A tribute to health workers fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Molecular buffer in the car for the patient with suspectus contagions from Covid-19.

  • Flock of birds over Rome during sunset.

  • A large stone infant sculpture by Jacopo Cardillo known as Jago, shows a child curled up and in suffering. Naked, lying on the floor of the Piazza del Plebiscito square, he will remain there until the beginning of January. As if to symbolize the most fragile humanity under the ax of the virus. Renamed "Look-down". Look down, look at the least, it is the frail who have even less voice than yesterday.

  • The art in the Covid-19 era "Look Down", the marble statue positioned in Plebiscito Square, the opera of Italian artist, Jago. Social crisis, pandemic and vulnerability, represented with marble statue were child is tied up by chain. This work represent the iconic emblem of the life during this pandemic.

  • Photo projected this evening, 5 November 2020, on the dome of the Sinopoli Hall of the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome to greet the great Italian actor Gigi Proietti on the day of city mourning. Gigi Proietti died on Monday 2 November 2020 on his 80th birthday

  • The work of the Neapolitan artist Jago suddenly appeared in Piazza del Plebiscito. It represents a fetus of a child curled and with umbilical cord represented by a chain. The work is entirely made of marble with the title "Look-down", that is look down. He wants to invite in this phase of the pandemic not to forget the poorest and the people most affected by this pandemic and the economic crisis.

  • Flashmob called "Professionals at Traffic Light" in front of Montecitorio Palace in Rome organized by some professionals representing some working categories who cannot work because of the Dpcm, such as theater actors, cooks, journalists, lawyers, show technicians

  • Demonstration in front of Pantheon in Rome organized by managers of public establishments belonging to the Italian Federation of Confcommercio Public Shops, such as restaurants, bars, pastry shops, pubs, pizzerias, catering companies, to protest against the latest measures taken by Italian Government and Region Lazio for containment of Covid 19 pandemic

  • Provocation on the statue of Nicolò Tartaglia, put a surgical mask on the monument! Brescian mathematician who found the solution by algebraic resolution of the equations of the third degree.