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An “Internazionale” weekend

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday sees the annual news, current affairs and cultural festival “Internazionale a Ferrara” take place in the north-eastern Italian city. Internazionale is an Italian news weekly which, as its name suggests, collects features, articles and reviews … Continue reading

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Italian minister writes letter to FT

Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini has written a stiff letter to the Financial Times in defence of PM Berlusconi, his government and his reputation. The letter comes in reply to an FT article by Geoff Andrews published on July 30th … Continue reading

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Berlusconi: "Italy better than Britain"

The Berlusconi family-owned daily newspaper Il Giornale has launched an attack on Britain claiming that Italy is better than UK “at everything”! The paper’s editorial criticised Britain as “no longer great”.The attack comes after the free British press apparently sided … Continue reading

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Free Metro newspaper to end its run

from Roy Greenslade’s blog: Metro International creators of the free newspaper distributed all over the world announced that it is planning to sell off its operations in Italy as well as in Portugal. The move is part of “a strategic … Continue reading

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