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  Nadal suffers rare loss on clay  Rafael Nadal lost for only the second time in his last 105 matches on clay, falling to Juan Carlos Ferrero 7-5, 6-1 in the Rome Masters   Djokovic claims Rome Masters glory  Novak Djokovic underlined his growing challenge to the world's top two ranked Federer and Nadal as he beat Stanislav Wawrinka in the final Roma defeat Inter to retain Italian Cup  Roma retained the Cup after a 2-1 victory over champions at the Stadio Olimpico to gain revenge for their defeat in the Serie A title race Summit targets global food crisis
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Crisis talks to begin  President Napolitano is to hold crisis talks with political leaders following the resignation of Prime Minister Prodi Roma sink Real to reach quarterfinals  Roma is emerging from an explosive final 20 minutes with a 2-1 victory over Madrid, who finished the match with 10 men Ronaldo and Rooney set United on way  Ronaldo and Rooney scored a goal in each half as Manchester won 2-0 and virtually assure a place in the Champions League semifinals Tevez goal steers United into semis  Carlos Tevez steerred Manchester to a 1-0 victory over Roma and into the semifinals of the Champions League   Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote  First projections showed billionaire ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi narrowly ahead of center-left candidate Walter Veltroni   Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
  PM on brink as coalition collapses  Prime Minister Prodi sought to shore up his fragile government by calling for a vote of confidence from parliament   PM under pressure to quit  Romano Prodi is under pressure to stand down ahead of a crunch confidence vote in the Senate   Prodi resigns after losing vote


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  The Prime Minister, Romano Prodi, has resigned after being defeated in a vote of confidence in the upper house of parliament, the Senate.    Prodi had led his centre-left coalition for 20 months. Hes defeated by 5 votes, despite the support of several une...
 


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  Conservative former prime minister is on track to become next leader after his center-left rival Walter Veltroni conceded general election defeat
 Charismatic center-right Silvio Berlusconi, 71, has a commanding lead in both houses of parliament. 52-year-old Veltroni delivered a concession speech live on Italian television. Berlusconi will lead Italy's 63rd government since the end of World War II


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  A key UN-sponsored summit is set to open aimed at addressing the problem of soaring global food prices
    Mugabe at food summit 'obscene'  Western leaders attacked Zimbabwe's president for participating in this week's U.N. summit on the global food crisis while his people are going... Jun.3   UN sets out food crisis measures
  General Secretary Ban Ki-moon has urged nations to seize an 'historic opportunity to revitalise agriculture' as a way of tackling the food crisis
    Ahmadinejad: West fueling food crisis  Iranian President blamed the West for the current food crisis and suggested the formation of a global organization to regulate the food market 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.    Leaders from 181 countries made the commitment at the close of a three-day UN summit on food short...


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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

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Nov.4   Vucinic double as Roma shock Chelsea  Premier League leaders suffered a humiliating 3-1 defeat to AS Roma who revived their Champions League qualifying hopes Nov.10   Bird-hit jet in emergency landing
  Ciampino airport has temporarily closed after a Ryanair flight FR4102 from Frankfurt suffered 'substantial damage' as it made a landing





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Bird-hit jet in emergency landing  Ciampino airport has temporarily closed after a Ryanair flight FR4102 from Frankfurt suffered 'substantial damage' as it made a landing Summit targets global food crisis




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  A key UN-sponsored summit is set to open aimed at addressing the problem of soaring global food prices
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.    Leaders from 181 countries made the commitment at the close of a three-day UN summit on food short...
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



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2008 Mar.5 Roma sink Real to reach quarterfinals  Roma is emerging from an explosive final 20 minutes with a 2-1 victory over Madrid, who finished the match with 10 men Apr.1 Ronaldo and Rooney set United on way  Ronaldo and Rooney scored a goal in each half as Manchester won 2-0 and virtually assure a place in the Champions League semifinals Apr.9 Tevez goal steers United into semis  Carlos Tevez steerred Manchester to a 1-0 victory over Roma and into the semifinals of the Champions League May.7   Nadal suffers rare loss on clay  Rafael Nadal lost for only the second time in his last 105 matches on clay, falling to Juan Carlos Ferrero 7-5, 6-1 in the Rome Masters May.11   Djokovic claims Rome Masters glory  Novak Djokovic underlined his growing challenge to the world's top two ranked Federer and Nadal as he beat Stanislav Wawrinka in the final May.24 Roma defeat Inter to retain Italian Cup  Roma retained the Cup after a 2-1 victory over champions at the Stadio Olimpico to gain revenge for their defeat in the Serie A title race Nov.4 Vucinic double as Roma shock Chelsea  Premier League leaders suffered a humiliating 3-1 defeat to AS Roma who revived their Champions League qualifying hopes



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2008 Jan.22   PM on brink as coalition collapses  Prime Minister Prodi sought to shore up his fragile government by calling for a vote of confidence from parliament Jan.23   PM under pressure to quit  Romano Prodi is under pressure to stand down ahead of a crunch confidence vote in the Senate Jan.24   Prodi resigns after losing vote
  The Prime Minister, Romano Prodi, has resigned after being defeated in a vote of confidence in the upper house of parliament, the Senate.    Prodi had led his centre-left coalition for 20 months. Hes defeated by 5 votes, despite the support of several une...
Jan.24 Crisis talks to begin  President Napolitano is to hold crisis talks with political leaders following the resignation of Prime Minister Prodi Apr.14   Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote  First projections showed billionaire ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi narrowly ahead of center-left candidate Walter Veltroni Apr.14   Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
  Conservative former prime minister is on track to become next leader after his center-left rival Walter Veltroni conceded general election defeat
 Charismatic center-right Silvio Berlusconi, 71, has a commanding lead in both houses of parliament. 52-year-old Veltroni delivered a concession speech live on Italian television. Berlusconi will lead Italy's 63rd government since the end of World War II
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
Jun.2   Mugabe at food summit 'obscene'  Western leaders attacked Zimbabwe's president for participating in this week's U.N. summit on the global food crisis while his people are going... Jun.3 UN sets out food crisis measures
  General Secretary Ban Ki-moon has urged nations to seize an 'historic opportunity to revitalise agriculture' as a way of tackling the food crisis
Jun.3   Ahmadinejad: West fueling food crisis  Iranian President blamed the West for the current food crisis and suggested the formation of a global organization to regulate the food market