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Silvio Berlusconi

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  • United Nations condemns human rights violations in Syria

     
    The United Nations condemned “widespread and systematic violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms by the Syrian authorities and threw its support to an Arab League plan that calls for Syrian President Bashar Assad to step down in a...
  • U.S. intelligence officials offer grim words on Afghanistan

     
    Senior U.S. intelligence officials offered a bleak view of the war in Afghanistan in testimony to Congress on Thursday, an assessment they acknowledged was more pessimistic than that of the military commanders in charge....
  • Italian prosecutors seek new trial for Silvio Berlusconi

     
    REPORTING FROM ROME -– Italian prosecutors will seek to bring former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to trial on tax evasion charges connected with the purchase of Hollywood television and movie rights by Mediaset, his giant media company,...
  • President of Germany resigns amid corruption allegations

     
    German President Christian Wulff resigned Friday amid allegations of corruption. Wulff's resignation is a blow to Chancellor Angela Merkel, who had chosen him as head of state and remained supportive even as questions over his conduct grew....
  • Court rules that statute of limitations has passed in Berlusconi corruption trial

     
    A court in Milan ruled Saturday that the statute of limitations had passed in a corruption trial of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The ruling is likely to satisfy no one, including Berlusconi, who had pressed for a complete acquittal....
  • Italy's Northern League founder quits amid corruption allegations

     
    Umberto Bossi, the founder of Italy's Northern League and one of the biggest players in Italian politics, stepped down Thursday amid allegations of corruption. An investigation reportedly has found party funds diverted to pay for the Bossi family's...
  • 'We Have a Pope': Anxiety and surprise at the Vatican

     
    In Nanni Moretti's latest film, “We Have a Pope,” he goes back toward comedy and religion. Octogenarian French actor Michel Piccoli (“Contempt,” “Belle de Jour”) plays a French cardinal named Melville who is...
  • Google censored videos offending Thai king, denied other requests

     
    Google stopped more than 300 YouTube videos from being viewed in Thailand last year, hewing to a deeply controversial law that forbids Thais from insulting their king. It was one in a growing list of requests from governments around the world that the...
  • Q&A with FBN's Gerri Willis on the downgrade and what you should do

     
    The financial week starts tonight in Asia. What should Americans focus on in turbulent times? FBN anchor Gerri Willis offers insight and advice....
  • LIBYA: Transition leader thanks Sarkozy, talks constitution

     
    Libya transitional council member Mahmoud Jibril, in France, said regional representatives from across Libya would be convened to draw up a "constitutional project" that would be put to a referendum....
  • LIBYA: Push to unfreeze Libyan assets

     
    The Libyan opposition said it urgently needs at least $5 billion in frozen assets to pay state salaries, maintain vital services and repair critical oil facilities. Analysts estimate that as much as $110 billion is frozen in banks worldwide....