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Euro 2020: Rome hoping Italian success will lift spirits after coronavirus

Italy got their Euro 2020 campaign off to a winning start in Rome on Friday, but the city is still struggling to get enthusiastic about the tournament after a difficult year. DW's Alima Hotakie sampled the atmosphere.

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