Football Italian – 2 November 2018.
It was the beginning of December, when all the Christmas lights in the city were out.
That meant that many children were forced to sleep in a cardboard box in the middle of the street.
This is the situation that happened to one boy, who was sleeping on the floor.
The boy had been sleeping with his head down for some time, and when he was forced to put his head back on, he was not able to do so, he lost consciousness.
He had no pulse, no blood, and he died soon afterwards.
He was 11 years old.
He was one of the many who were forced in the streets in the last few days of Christmas to sleep on the pavement or on the concrete.
The situation in the capital is so desperate that a number of children have been seen lying on the ground and covered with snow in the central square.
In Rome, there are around 5,000 children sleeping in the street in the centre of the city.
According to the European Union’s (EU) report on children and the environment, there is a clear and persistent problem with the health and safety of children in this region.
A study conducted by the German public health agency showed that between 2011 and 2017, there were around 1,600 reports of child sleep-related injuries in the center of Rome.
These were reported to the national police.
According a report by the Council of Europe, in the years 2010 and 2011, around 1 million children in Italy were found to be sleeping in a “grave risk of exposure” or in a dangerous state.
The situation is not just a problem in Rome.
A recent report by Amnesty International (AI) stated that in many parts of the country, children have to sleep outside during the winter and in some parts of Italy, children are forced to use the streets to sleep.
The problem is not confined to Rome.
In fact, many European countries are suffering from similar problems.
In Germany, the situation is even worse.
The number of homeless children in Germany is over 1,000,000.
The problem is exacerbated by the fact that the majority of homeless people are from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The situation is especially dangerous in cities like Rome, which has a population of around 50 million.
In addition, there was a serious increase in the number of young homeless people in the country during the past two years.
According the European Commission, this number was 740,000 in 2017 and has increased to 875,000 so far this year.
There are currently around 9,500 homeless children living in Italy.
A report by Oxfam Italy said that in the Italian cities of Rome, Palermo, and Mantua, around 90 percent of children were sleeping in an area where there is little or no infrastructure.
This means that these children are at greater risk of experiencing serious health problems.
It also means that they are more likely to be exposed to the risk of heatstroke and hypothermia.
The elderly are also particularly vulnerable to this problem, as the elderly have higher rates of mortality.
According to the EU, the EU’s children are the most at risk of contracting pneumonia, heatstroke, and other illnesses because of the lack of infrastructure in the homes and schools.
A new study by the Italian Ministry of the Interior (DGIO) revealed that, out of the 8,000 cases of heat-related pneumonia reported in Italy, almost half were caused by children, which is a number that has doubled in just a few years.
The other major cause of pneumonia in Italy is a lack of heat.
In Italy, more than 1,500 children die of pneumonia each year due to the lack.
It is also a factor that contributes to a higher rate of diarrhoea.
In Rome, a number the number is around 1 in 100,000 people, or one child every ten minutes.
In the case of children, there seems to be a general lack of understanding about the problems that they face.
The government and social workers seem to be more interested in giving the impression that the problem of homelessness is limited to the capital.
But in reality, the number one cause of homelessness in Rome is lack of proper infrastructure.
In the past year alone, the government has allocated over 3.4 million euros for the construction of public infrastructure.
According, the city is planning to build 4,000 new public housing units for the homeless.
The project is set to be completed in 2017.
In order to make matters worse, the construction work also needs to be funded through the local tax system.
This has not gone down well with the construction workers, who have been demanding an increase in their salary to pay for the infrastructure.
A local court has already issued an injunction to force the government to increase the salary of the construction contractors, who are paid through the municipal corporation.
The court also ordered the construction company to pay €100,000 to the construction worker.
However, it is not all bad news for the contractors.
In a recent interview