Tuesday September 22, 2020

Italians climb out of potholes to vote

Italians head for the polls today to vote in Italy’s hotly contested general election, in which the genial but dazed-looking centre-left leader Romano ‘The Professor’ Prodi is pitched against swashbuckling centre-right media mogul Silvio ‘The Knight’

8th April, 2006

Italians head for the polls today to vote in Italy’s hotly contested general election, in which the genial but dazed-looking centre-left leader Romano ‘The Professor’ Prodi is pitched against swashbuckling centre-right media mogul Silvio ‘The Knight’ Berlusconi.

In the Italian capital, Romans were given fair warning of the coming election season when tarmac trucks lumbered onto the streets to dump boiling asphalt into thousands of potholes - a late...

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