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Italy president has to sit during speech

Italy’s president began slurring his words and had to interrupt a speech he was giving Monday because of sudden weakness that he blamed on a drop in blood pressure. President Giorgio Napolitano, 82, was speaking at the University of Trento when he leaned forward over the podium and then sat down as a bodyguard and officials on the stage moved in to support him. While seated, Napolitano resumed the speech. Full Story

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