News del Giorno: Papal Security Crackdown, Tax Evasion at Piedmont Hotel

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The security at St. Peter's Square has doubled after intelligence reports showed a possible ISIS terror attack on Pope Francis. [Corriere della Sera]

Tax authorities have discovered an undeclared hotel in Piedmont that has been operating completely under the table for five years. It’s estimated the hotel owes 1.3 million euros in taxes. [Ansa]

After the precedent was set in Bologna, same-sex couples in Milan who married abroad can register their marriages in the local Comune starting today. [La Repubblica]

An American couple was caught with a Pompeii artifact in their luggage at Rome’s Fiumicino airport and now face charges for appropriation of state heritage. [The Local]