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Two bombs discovered in Sardinia after Berlusconi-Blair meet

Police discovered two bombs near the Sardinian villa of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, just hours after he met his British counterpart Tony Blair on the island, the Ansa news agency said. The two devices were discovered Wednesday at Porto Rotondo, a village near the prime minister’s villa after an anonymous telephone call the evening before. Berlusconi hosted Blair and his wife Cherie at his holiday mansion in Sardinia for about 24 hours. The two leaders held talks on the situation in Iraq on Tuesday, appealing for a peaceful solution to the crisis in Najaf. Full Story

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