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With Rupert Murdoch's pay TV platform Sky Italia set to collect a cluster of new free-to-air channels that will compete with the core business of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset TV group, the cost of buying content is expected to rise in
Silence please Iman Al-Obeidi In a world full of them, Al-Obeidi's tale stands as a strong contender for least uplifting story of the year. This Libyan woman burst into the journalist-stuffed Rixos al-Nasr hotel in Tripoli saying that she had been
This guy who helped Milan win the title and the Coppa Italia never shaped up as one of the 'blue and black scum' as his bewildered, formerly devoted followers spit at their city enemies. 'Our Leonardo' should not be in enemy territory is their dazed
06am PT New Int'l...Vet directors Roberto Faenza and Filiappo Macelloni, collaborating with a pair of noted journalists, rely exclusively on available footage and Berlusconi's own words while coursing through his auto-mythification, yet despite this
Actor George Clooney has been named one of the 78 defense witnesses of the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi for his sensational and sophisticated prostitution trial next month. The puzzled actor asked: Why me? "It seems odd since I'
Political satire on floats is probably not what you'd expect in this town on the Tuscany Coast, writes John Watson. Strolling down the idyllic, beachside main street of a small, unassuming city on Italy's Tuscany coast just about the last thing you'd
MILAN - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi appeared Monday before the Milan court for a hearing in camera in a case of tax evasion. In this trial, one of four in which there is currently questioned the head of government 74 years
Silvio Berlusconi, Italian Prime Minister is before the court today for the first time in almost eight years to face charges in a fraud case concerning the rights of his media empire Mediaset. Such as the two chief Italian
Milan: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi attend the trial on charges of corruption in Milan on Monday (28 / 3) morning. Berlusconi had waved to the reporters who waited after saying to one of the Italian TV station that the indictment
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was set to appear in court for the first time in almost eight years on Monday, in a trial over alleged fraud during the acquisition of television broadcasting rights. The constitutional court lifted Berlusconi'