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Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
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Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

 
Paris
Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

Italian reporter shot in Strasbourg attack has died

 
Brussels
Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

Budget talks going down to the wire - Conte

 
Rome
Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

 
Rome
Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

Bank of Italy cuts 2018 GDP forecast to 0.9%

 
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Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

 
Rome
Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

 
Rome
Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

Trial requested for former sports minister Lotti

 
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Some school canteens a 'horror film', health minister says

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Italy's debt up to 2.3344 trillion in October

Italy's debt up to 2.3344 trillion in October

 

Rome

Minniti pulls out of PD primaries

Ex interior min tells La Repubblica move is to 'save party'

Minniti pulls out of PD primaries

Rome, December 6 - Former interior minister Marco Minniti announced in an interview published in Thursday's edition of La Repubblica that he was pulling out of the leadership primaries of the opposition centre-left Democratic Party. Minniti said he was pulling out "to save the party". The PD is still reeling after suffering its worst-ever showing in March's general election. The other main candidates for the March 3 primaries are Lazio Governor Nicola Zingaretti and former agriculture minister Maurizio Martina, who was caretaker PD leader after the election debacle. "When I said I was willing to run, the decision was based on two aims - to unite our party as much as possible and reinforce it in order to build an alternative to the national populist government," Minniti said. He added that he hoped a "strong leader" emerges from the primary. There has been speculation that ex-premier and former PD leader Matteo Renzi could break away to form a new party. "Don't ask me to follow the divisions of the PD," Renzi said Thursday. "I won't be the little puppet master of the party congress".

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