Archaeologists in Italy are warning that the country's countless ancient monuments are at risk because of government budget cuts.
Debris from a house used by gladiators in Pompeii that collapsed in 2010. (Reuters)
People survey damage from the 2010 collapse of a house used by gladiators in Pompeii. (Reuters)
Workers repair the 2,000-year-old "House of the Gladiators" in the ruins of ancient Pompeii. (Reuters)
Rome's Coliseum. Underground parts of the structure have been flooded by torrential rains. (Reuters)