ROME (AFP)—Rome marked the 67th anniversary of a round-up of more than 1,000 Jews on a day remembered as “Black Saturday”, which gutted the once-bustling community of the Italian capital’s historic Jewish quarter. Jewish community leaders and local city officials attended the torch-lit procession in the “ghetto” area on the banks of the River Tiber, which was established in the 16th century and where Rome’s main synagogue is located.