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Italy slashes its growth outlook  It was previously predicting a 0.4% contraction in the economy, but has cut that to a 1.2% contraction   Berlusconi teeters as debt costs mount
  Italy approves bailout for Monte dei Paschi  Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said his government had authorised a 20bn fund to support Italy's embattled banking sector Sopranos actor James Gandolfini dies

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  James Gandolfini, the US actor best known for his role as a therapy-seeking mob boss in The Sopranos, has died at the age of 51

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  The Italian government's borrowing cost has risen as fears grow over political uncertainty in Rome. Italy 'needs 300bn euros'

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   Vatican: 2 Vatican Bank transactions that did not appear to comply with anti-money laundering requirements

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Feb.14   G7 pledges to avoid protectionism
  Finance ministers of leading industrial countries have pledged to avoid protectionism as they battle the global economic crisis
G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy  Finance ministers from the world's leading industrialized nations were meetings with an agenda squarely focused on the world financial crisis

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Sep.19 Alitalia airline cancels flights  Alitalia has cancelled a number of flights from Fiumicino airport, increasing fears that the carrier may soon go into liquidation Jun.5   Billion dollars pledged for food crisis
  World leaders have made 'extraordinary' commitments to short-term food crisis solutions but more work is needed on long-term solutions Jun.2 Summit targets global food crisis
  A key UN-sponsored summit is set to open aimed at addressing the problem of soaring global food prices

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Sep.28 Italy slowly comes back to light
  Electricity supplies are slowly being restored. Much of the Rome, and the north of the country are now reconnected Sep.27 Massive power cut  Most of the peninsula is in darkness. Authority blamed a malfunction of supply lines from France

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Aug.12   Rome restricts La Dolce Vita  City officials passed the new regulations to ban bathing in a world famous city centre fountain Mar.23 Workers take to the streets
  The centre of Rome has been brought to a standstill by an anti-terror demonstration organised by biggest trade union

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Apr.11   Vatican Radio given ultimatum  Radio has been threatened with closure by Italy unless it reduces electromagnetic emissions


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