Rome, Italy, February 21, 2020.
“I’m a journalist,” said a cheerful-looking journalist who looks like he’s been to the movies a couple of times.
He’s been here for about half an hour.
He’s been in Rome for about two months now, and he’s just got the best experience I’ve had in all my years covering the city.
The whole place is full of friendly people.
The weather is fantastic, the traffic is great, there’s so much activity in the streets.
I love Rome.
It’s the most beautiful city I’ve ever been to, and the best.
In the past few months, the city has been a major hub for the anti-corruption protests in Italy, which erupted in the summer of 2017 after President Maurizio Bravo’s decision to let former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi stay on the job.
The protests, which culminated in a violent clash with the Italian police force that resulted in the deaths of more than 100 people, were an important turning point in the countrys history.
It has since become one of the biggest political stories in the world, and for good reason.
Rome has a lot to be proud of, but it has been in a bad way for a long time.
Rome’s mayor has said that the city is a “crisis zone,” and has called on residents to “stand up for justice” as the city tries to rebuild after years of upheaval.
But in recent months, that has been the opposite of what the city needs to do.
As we walked through the city, one man asked us about the anti–corruption protests.
How did the anti–corruption protests start?
“It started with the resignation of the government of Silvia [Bravos] and with the [Bruno] Bersani government,” the man told us.
The government was dissolved in March 2018, but a new one took over in October of that year.
The new government was led by the former president Silvino Mennea, who had been the most powerful man in Italy.
Mennea is now in jail.
We met the new government’s new deputy, Federico Pellegrini, and a retired general who’s been named as its new leader.
When we asked about the protests, they were dismissive.
I said, “Well, I have been there for five months.
It doesn’t sound like anything to you.”
“If you go to Rome, you can see how the situation has changed.
It used to be a very quiet city, and now you can even see the crowds on the streets,” he continued.
That’s not the case in Rome.
Roma has been one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations since the end of World War II.
Many of the citys most famous landmarks have been preserved, including the Colosseum and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.
However, the protests have taken a huge toll on the city’s finances, and in March 2019, Italy’s government was forced to close the city of Rialto and all of its major hospitals.
This has caused a major drop in the amount of money being brought in from abroad to support the city in the first place.
A major concern is that Bruna and Mennea are both serving jail terms for corruption, which means the Italian government will have to spend more money in order to keep the city running.
At the same time, the city has also seen the rise of a number of new businesses.
The first major one to open was a clothing company called Nestor dello.
They’re known for their “unique” clothes, which are handmade in their hometown of Siena.
You can find their online store at nestor.com.
And they are one of many new companies trying to capitalize on the protests by offering clothing to the homeless and the unemployed, as well as providing support for the elderly and children.
After a long period of decline, the number of homeless people has started to rise.
There are currently around 1,500 people living on the street in Rome, according to the city government, and some of them are elderly and under-employed.
What about the tourists?
When I asked a few of them how they feel about the city and the protests that have taken place, they all said that they’re glad that they have been able to visit the city for so long.
One woman told me that she felt that the protesters have changed the face of the country.
People are now very worried about the situation in the city because it has become a symbol for the country, she said.
So is there a way that we can change the image of the Roman city and its citizens?
She said that it