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Media stranglehold

Tom Gill APRIL 6 saw an earthquake strike the mountain town of Aquila in Italy, causing 295 deaths and destroying thousands of buildings. No sooner had the news broken, the Silvio Berlusconi media machine moved into action. Italy’s opposition and government quickly moved to put aside party politics and demonstrate unity over what was a … Continue reading

Italy’s dark cloud has a Silvio linin

TOM GILL, reporting from Rome, says that a Silvio Berlusconi victory would be bad for Italians, immigrants, gays and the euro Italy’s general election is just two months away. Opinion polls for the May 13 vote point to a comeback for the billionaire media magnate, Silvio Berlusconi, and an end to the country’s first experience … Continue reading

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