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Source: The Guardian
Barcelona : Spain | almost 2 years ago  
Latest first Oldest first Auto update: On Off Updates: Mario Monti's day of meetings has dubbed " some serious pasta diplomacy " by the Daily Telegraph's Damian Reece, who writes:...
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