Rome

Culture

In Italy's markets, this popular yogurt made by migrants tastes great, and has a side of resilience and hope

For years, Suleman Diara picked mandarins in southern Italy for $0.05 a case. But one day, Diara, a refugee from Mali, received documents granting him asylum in his new country. So he bought a few buckets of milk that changed his life. Meet the founder of Barikama, the first African yogurt cooperative in Italy, popular with the farmer's market scene in Rome.

Arts, Culture & Media

Piccolo Teatro Lirico

Italy has a new � short � twist on a centuries-old art form. A small, historic theater in Rome was having a hard time surviving when it turned to opera. Megan Williams visited the Piccolo Teatro Lirico in the city's historic center.