Two Italian paramilitary police officers were shot and wounded on Sunday in a crowded square outside the prime minister's office in Rome as Italy's new leader was being sworn in a half-mile away. Warning: graphic content.(April 28)
Enrico Letta has been sworn in as the new prime minister of Italy weeks after elections. But while the new prime minister and his ministers were at the Presidential palace - a gunman attacked two policemen outside his office. Al Jazeera's Peter Sharp reports from the Italian capital, Rome.