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Rome Mayor on New 'Bond' Film: Romans Are Proud to Show Their City to the World

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The new James Bond film "Spectre" is scheduled to begin shooting in Rome on Monday, leaving many Romans worried about the view of their city on the big screen. But Rome’s mayor tells NBC News that the city is "working every day" to keep their city clean.