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Berlin tells Rome 'You're not Greece, form government'
Berlin - A clear message has been sent to Rome from Berlin that the Italians need to form a government which will continue with reforms and austerity measures implemented by Mario Monti.
Early Italian election results indicate huge protest vote
Rome - Early results from the Italian elections point to a huge protest vote that will leave none of the major parties in a position to form a strong majority in both houses.
Op-Ed: Will a laugh bury the old Italian politics?
Italy election 2013 - Show must go on. Italian political campaign is at its sprint finish. On Monday 25 February, after ballot boxes opening, there will be a hearty laugh.
Mario Monti may not run in Italy's election
As Italy waits to hear if Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti intends to run for leadership in February's elections, the technocrat has hinted he is unlikely to run.
Op-Ed: Parliament dissolved as Monti resigns as Italian Prime Minister
Rome - Italian president Giorgio Napolitano, dissolved parliament after the resignation of the caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti. Monti will remain as Prime Minister until after the elections on February 24 and 25 next year.
Berlusconi announces his engagement to 27-year-old girlfriend
Billionaire former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, 76, has announced his engagement to his 27-year-old girlfriend Francesca Pascale.
Silvio Berlusconi to run for Italian leadership again
Three-time former Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi, has announced his intention to run for leadership again next year, in the March elections.
Op-Ed: Italian students demonstrate as Monti declares austerity ended
Rome - This Saturday (November 24) thousands of teachers and students march through central Rome, the Italian capital, protesting cuts to education spending.
'Week of strikes' looms over Italian austerity measures
Italy faces a "week of strikes," urged largely by the country's three largest labour unions, following Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti's €33 billion austerity package.
Markets closely watch new Greek and Italian leaders
Markets watched Europe closely today following a tumultuous week in the Euro-zone that saw two elected leaders step down amidst growing fears of Greek and Italian insolvency.
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