Free Press Journal
  • Two groups of tourists brawl over selfie spot at Rome’s Trevi Fountain

    Rome: Two groups of tourists fought over a selfie spot here in Italy’s landmark Trevi Fountain, one of the most famous fountains in the world, media reports said. The fight broke out on Wednesday between a 19-year-old Dutch teen and a 44-year-old American woman.

  • Svitolina reigns in Rome

    Subdues injured Halep to regain ITALIAN OPEN title

  • Nadal marches on in Rome

    Rallies to beat Fognini to enter Italian Open semi-finals

  • Top guns have it easy in Rome

    Rome : Romania’s Simona Halep on Wednesday defeated Japan’s Naomi Osaka 6-1, 6-0 to advance to the third round of the Italian Open, an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 clay-court tournament.

  • Mancini given ‘dream’ job of rebuilding Italy

    Rome : Roberto Mancini will hold his first press conference on Tuesday a day after being handed his “dream” job as Italy head coach with the task of reviving Azzurri fortunes six months after their shock failure to qualify for the World Cup.

  • Italy Prez proposes ‘neutral’ govt to rule through 2018

    Rome : Italy’s president has proposed a “neutral” government to lead the country until the end of the year after declaring there was no hope now for a workable political alliance and that Italy can’t wait any longer for leadership.

  • Liverpool eye Top-4 finish

    Reds aim to seal a Champions League spot as they take on Chelsea

  • Liverpool sets up final clash with Real despite loss at Roma

    Rome : Liverpool advanced to its first Champions League final in more than a decade despite a 4-2 loss at Roma on Wednesday. The Reds scored two early goals and that was all they needed to advance 7-6 on aggregate after a 5-2 win in the first leg of the semi-finals.

  • Soccer shockers

    Roma sends Barca home

  • Milan derby ends goalless

    Rome : AC Milan and Inter Milan played a goalless draw in the derby, while Torino romped 4-1 over a Crotone side that sit 18th in Serie A with eight matches left in the season.

  • Astori died of natural causes

    Rome : Fiorentina’s captain Davide Astori died of natural causes, according to the district attorney of the northern Italian city of Udine, where the Serie A club had been holding their camp ahead of a league match.

  • Italy votes in uncertain polls stalked by populism

    Rome : Italy went to the polls on Sunday in one of the country’s most uncertain elections ever with far-right and populist parties expected to make major gains and Silvio Berlusconi set to play a leading role as voter turnout heads towards a new low.