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Italians vote in election that may oust Berlusconi

Italians flocked to the polls on Sunday in an election that could oust Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the media tycoon who promised prosperity but failed to lift Italy’s flagging economy during five years in power. Voting stations across the country were busy at the start of a two-day election that could see the return to power of Romano Prodi, leader of a broad center-left coalition. “I slept very well, it’s a beautiful sunny day and I hope everything finishes in the best possible way,” said Prodi as he voted in his home town of Bologna in northern Italy. Full Story

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