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  Berlusconi disputes Prodi victory  Centre-left opposition leader has been declared official winner of the parliamentary election   Prodi prepares to choose Cabinet  Opposition leader is shrugging off Prime Minister Berlusconi's refusal to concede defeat   Poll result set to stand  Prodi looks set to be confirmed as the winner of general election after the number of contested ballots was lowered   Berlusconi defiant on poll result  PM is refusing to accept defeat in the nation's general election, saying the results are 'not clear cut'   Prodi demands Berlusconi concede  Center-left leader demanded that Premier apologize for claiming there had been fraud in the voting   Benedict leads first Easter Mass as pope
Turkish Tourists die in bus plunge  At least 12 tourists have been killed after their bus careered off a road into a ravine   Prodi ahead of Berlusconi in vote  Center-left candidate appears headed for victory over Prime Minister in parliamentary elections   Prodi hails Italy poll 'victory'


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  Centre-left leader says he has won the right to become the prime minister following a narrow victory
 
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  Benedict XVI is placing special emphasis on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the need to end terrorism
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  The court has ruled Prodi the election winner, after the result was challenged by Prime Minister Berlusconi
    Berlusconi unbowed by poll ruling  Prime Minister is refusing to admit defeat in the election despite a court ruling in favour of his opponents Apr.29     Berlusconi 'ready to resign as PM'  Premier indicated he was ready to resign after long denying electoral defeat

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May.2     Berlusconi hands in resignation
  Romano Prodi, elected successor, facing an extended wait before forming a new government
May.10   Napolitano elected president  The parliament has elected 80-year-old ex-communist as a president. The position is ceremonial May.14 Nadal beats Federer to equal Vilas May.15 Ex-Juve chief faces game fix probe May.17   Prodi names new Italy government  Incoming Prime Minister is giving a list of ministers to the President. D'Alema has been named as foreign minister May.21 Hingis wins talian Open

July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.9   Italian joy at World Cup victory  Jubilant Italians have taken to the streets to celebrate their football team's World Cup victory over France Jul.10 Italian team makes heroes' return
Jul.12   World Cup winner Lippi quits Italy  Marcello Lippi resigned, 3 days after guiding his team to victory over France in the final in Berlin Jul.13 Champs Italy name Donadoni coach Jul.14   Juve, Lazio and Fiorentina demoted
  3 Serie A sides have been demoted to the 2nd division for their involvement in match-fixing scandal Jul.25 Fiorentina and Lazio win reprieves Jul.26     Mideast talks fail to reach cease-fire
  United States pitted against European and Arab leaders


September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.16     Security tight for Pope blessing
  Security has been tightened ahead of Benedict XVI's first public appearance since making comments offensive by Muslims

October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.15   Reporter seized in Afghanistan  Italy's Foreign Ministry believed photojournalist Gabriele Torsello had been kidnapped Oct.17   Subway crash kills 1, 60 hurt   2 trains collided at the end of morning rush hour in central Rome





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2006 Feb.6 Turkish Tourists die in bus plunge  At least 12 tourists have been killed after their bus careered off a road into a ravine Oct.17 Subway crash kills 1, 60 hurt   2 trains collided at the end of morning rush hour in central Rome



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2006 May.14 Nadal beats Federer to equal Vilas May.15 Ex-Juve chief faces game fix probe May.21 Hingis wins talian Open Jul.9 Italian joy at World Cup victory  Jubilant Italians have taken to the streets to celebrate their football team's World Cup victory over France Jul.10 Italian team makes heroes' return Jul.12 World Cup winner Lippi quits Italy
  Marcello Lippi resigned, 3 days after guiding his team to victory over France in the final in Berlin Jul.13 Champs Italy name Donadoni coach Jul.14 Juve, Lazio and Fiorentina demoted  3 Serie A sides have been demoted to the 2nd division for their involvement in match-fixing scandal Jul.25 Fiorentina and Lazio win reprieves



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2006 May.15 Ex-Juve chief faces game fix probe
Oct.15 Reporter seized in Afghanistan  Italy's Foreign Ministry believed photojournalist Gabriele Torsello had been kidnapped



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2006 Apr.10   Prodi ahead of Berlusconi in vote  Center-left candidate appears headed for victory over Prime Minister in parliamentary elections Apr.11   Prodi hails Italy poll 'victory'
  Centre-left leader says he has won the right to become the prime minister following a narrow victory
Apr.11   Berlusconi disputes Prodi victory  Centre-left opposition leader has been declared official winner of the parliamentary election Apr.12   Prodi prepares to choose Cabinet  Opposition leader is shrugging off Prime Minister Berlusconi's refusal to concede defeat Apr.14   Poll result set to stand  Prodi looks set to be confirmed as the winner of general election after the number of contested ballots was lowered Apr.14   Berlusconi defiant on poll result  PM is refusing to accept defeat in the nation's general election, saying the results are 'not clear cut' Apr.15   Prodi demands Berlusconi concede  Center-left leader demanded that Premier apologize for claiming there had been fraud in the voting Apr.16   Benedict leads first Easter Mass as pope
  Benedict XVI is placing special emphasis on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the need to end terrorism
Apr.19 Italy's high court to rule on poll  Supreme court is expected to confirm provisional results showing that Romano Prodi narrowly won Apr.19   Supreme court confirms Prodi poll victory
  The court has ruled Prodi the election winner, after the result was challenged by Prime Minister Berlusconi
Apr.19   Berlusconi unbowed by poll ruling  Prime Minister is refusing to admit defeat in the election despite a court ruling in favour of his opponents Apr.29   Berlusconi 'ready to resign as PM'  Premier indicated he was ready to resign after long denying electoral defeat May.2   Berlusconi hands in resignation
  Romano Prodi, elected successor, facing an extended wait before forming a new government
May.10 Napolitano elected president  The parliament has elected 80-year-old ex-communist as a president. The position is ceremonial May.17 Prodi names new Italy government  Incoming Prime Minister is giving a list of ministers to the President. D'Alema has been named as foreign minister Jul.26   Mideast talks fail to reach cease-fire
  United States pitted against European and Arab leaders
Sep.16   Security tight for Pope blessing  Security has been tightened ahead of Benedict XVI's first public appearance since making comments offensive by Muslims