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Italian mag publishes topless Kate despite legal risk


An Italian magazine owned by Silvio Berlusconi published topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine on Monday despite the risk of legal action, but Italian reaction to the pictures was muted.

Fiat to close Italy factory if Europe market slump continues


Auto giant Fiat will be forced to close down one of its factories in Italy if the European car market continues to slump, unless sales to the Unites States can be increased, the company's head said We

Euro's big four agree growth boost, split on bonds


German Chancellor Angela Merkel resisted pressure on Friday for common eurozone bonds or a more flexible use of Europe's rescue funds but agreed with leaders of France, Italy and Spain on a 130 billio

Europe cold snap claims 250 lives, sends ferry aground


Hundreds of people were plucked to safety on Saturday after a ferry caught in a snow storm ran aground off Italy, as a vicious cold snap that has claimed over 250 lives across Europe refused to ease i

Economist Monti picked to lead Italy out of debt crisis


Former European commissioner Mario Monti moved on Monday to form a new government to lead Italy out of an alarming debt crisis that has shaken the eurozone, winning marked approval from the markets.

Berlusconi to resign after parliament adopts reforms


Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was set to resign on Saturday after 17 years at the top of Italian political life, as lawmakers prepared to give final approval to a package of key economic reforms.

Berlusconi plays last cards, denies will resign


Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi defied huge pressure to resign on Monday, desperately playing his last cards to save his crumbling government as fears over Italy's instability hit markets across Euro

Crisis mounts around Italy's Berlusconi


An emergency Italian cabinet meeting called to accelerate budget reforms and calm market turmoil ended late on Wednesday with yet more bickering among coalition partners and little progress on reforms

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