Rome to up anti-terror measures to protect shoppers

No specific threats, officials said

(ANSA) - Rome, January 4 - Rome authorities have upped anti-terrorist security measures ahead of the winter sales that traditionally occur on or around a national holiday on January 6.
    Rome Police Commissioner Nicolò D'Angelo has fielded measures to be coordinated by Prefect Franco Gabrielli that will include law enforcement deployment at outlets, shopping malls, and on the capital's main shopping streets.
    No specific threats have been made, officials said.
   

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