Parts of Rome are being turned into a 'no-go area' because of concerns about security and sanitation linked to the huge surge of migrants in the city, local businesses have claimed.
Migrants camping near Rome's Tiburtina station have been forcibly cleared by police amid protests by local businesses.
As the build-up of refugees at the Italian capital's train station increased, it led to ugly clashes with police, an outcry from the right and fresh calls from Rome for EU help.
In Rome, a former canteen is now being fixed up to accommodate the migrants away from the station's main traffic.
The railway has also agreed to renovate another space nearby as a more permanent solution to tackle the ever-growing problem.
Health officials said there have been more than 100 cases of scabies in recent days and 500 since the beginning of the year.