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Silvio Berlusconi says he is the victim of politicized judges, his enemies that he has finally been nailed after two decades evading the law. Either way, the fate of Italy's dominant politician highlights deep problems with the country's judicial
The challenge Premier Enrico Letta's government faces amid turmoil within the ruling coalition after Silvio Berlusconi's tax-fraud ruling is close to impossible, Foreign Minister Emma Bonino said Friday. Bonino added that the situation was affecting
Jonathan Wally, 34, was moonlighting as a tax preparer while working in the 34th precinct that serves Inwood and Washington Heights. Published: Thursday, August 8, 2013, 2:02 PM Updated: Thursday, August 8, 2013, 2:02 PM DNY59/Getty Images A
Sparks were flying within the grand coalition supporting Premier Enrico Letta's fragile government on Wednesday after the leader of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) said Silvio Berlusconi should end his political career after a tax-fraud
Rome authorities have confirmed that they have filed a complaint for damage to public property from a rally held in support of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi following a court decision to uphold a tax-fraud sentence against the media magnate last week.
Hundreds of supporters of Silvio Berlusconi have gathered outside his Rome mansion to rally against his recent sentencing for tax fraud. Some of his backers had wanted him to force an election to end the uneasy coalition between his centre-right PDL
Hundreds of fans clothing to 'Il Cavaliere' in front of his home in Rome. The former prime minister was sentenced for tax fraud firm reiterates its support to the Government of Letta Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio
A defiant Silvio Berlusconi has told a cheering crowd of thousands that he is innocent of tax fraud despite a ruling by Italy's high court confirming his guilt and four-year jail term. Berlusconi told supporters Sunday that he would not resist
Tunisian authorities say a suspected religious extremist blew himself up while making a bomb in a home he was renting near the capital. U.S. senators from both parties are calling for an expansion of tax incentives designed to prompt restaurants,
Italy's fragile coalition government, already struggling to contain deep divisions over tax and economic policy, woke up to a whole set of new problems yesterday after Silvio Berlusconi's conviction for tax fraud was upheld by the Supreme Court.