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Bossi: Left-wing politicians after immigrants’ votes

"They are racists against Italians"

Italian left-wing politicians are racists against Italians, leader of Northern League party Umberto Bossi has said.

They favour illegal immigrants while forgetting Italians, he said. ”They are racists against our people”
 

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Earthquake "prophecy" sparks panic in Rome

Experts: It is an urban myth

Many people have abandoned Rome over fears the city will be hit by a huge earthquake.

Thousands are reported to have left the city or avoided to come to Rome today. So many have been going to churches to pray while others have been making donations to charities.
 

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Berlusconi: Left-wing politicians to open wide Italy’s borders to illegal immigrants

Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has accused the left-wing politicians of wanting to open wide the country’s borders to illegal immigrants.

Should they return to power, they would open wide the country’s borders to illegal immigrants with a plan of granting them right to vote within five years, Mr. Berlusconi said in a video posted on YouTube as Italy prepares for local elections.
 

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New FIFA bribe claims made

It is claimed Qatar employed a fixer to arrange deals with African members for their votes

New allegations that two FIFA executive committee members were paid 1.5million US dollars to vote for Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid have emerged.

The shock claims were highlighted by MPs at the culture, media and sport committee in the House of Commons. Tory MP Damian Collins said that evidence submitted by the Sunday Times, which the committee will publish, claimed that FIFA vice-president Issa Hayatou from Cameroon and Jacques Anouma from the Ivory Coast were paid 1.5million US dollars by Qatar.
 

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William and Kate off on honeymoon

The couple may have headed for the Seychelles

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have gone on their honeymoon, St James's Palace has confirmed.

William and Kate are understood to have left on Monday for an undisclosed destination, more than a week after their wedding in Westminster Abbey.
 

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