Roman central railway station evacuated due to terrorist threat

The Roman central railway station was evacuated because of a terrorist threat: the Italian police evacuated the capital's main railway station in Rome, after an armed person was seen.
According to a statement from Italy's state-owned railway operations, the Termini Train Station in Rome was evacuated on the identification of an armed person.
Rome, due to the visit of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, introduced the 48 hourly security measures.
The Iranian delegation participated in an invitation in a remote area away from the train station, which was evacuated because of the terrorist threat.

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