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Topic - Ferruccio Fazio
Foreign visitors in Washington this week include Jane Goodall.
Italy's health minister traveled to Sicily on Monday to apologize to a woman whose delivery of a son was botched when her two doctors got into a fistfight in the operating room.
Italian Health Minister Ferruccio Fazio said his ministry had asked all farmers who import eggs, milk or meat from Germany to check on dioxin levels, but said no Italian farmers had imported the contaminated feed.
Italian Health Minister Ferruccio Fazio told Italian TV on Saturday his ministry has asked all farmers who import eggs, milk or meat from Germany to check on dioxin levels, but he said no Italian farmers imported the contaminated feed.