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Topic - Roberto Maroni
The Italian government introduced a task force on Friday to combat match-fixing in soccer but has no plans to limit legal betting on games amid the latest scandal to tarnish the sport.
Mail bombs exploded in the hands of employees at the Swiss and Chilean embassies in Rome on Thursday, seriously wounding two people and triggering heightened security checks at diplomatic missions just as holiday deliveries deluged their mailrooms.
Mail bombs exploded in the hands of employees at the Swiss and Chilean embassies in Rome on Thursday, seriously wounding two people and triggering heightened security checks at diplomatic missions just as holiday deliveries deluge their mailrooms.
Italian police launched one of their biggest operations ever against the powerful 'ndrangheta crime syndicate on Tuesday, arresting 300 people, including top bosses, and seizing millions worth of property in pre-dawn raids.
NAPLES - Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Cabinet approved tough new measures against illegal immigrants and crime yesterday despite concerns in the European Union they could abet racism.