For almost all major politicians, life is never private.
The fallout from Fukushima continues.
Standing in their uniform miniskirts and stilettos, three young women bend over ironing boards, pressing men’s shirts before a live studio audience. They’re competing to be schedine, young women who dance a little, wear little and say little on Quelli Che …
Standing in their uniform miniskirts and stilettos, three young women bend over ironing boards, pressing men’s shirts before a live studio audience.
Flamboyant entrepreneur Silvio Berlusconi is one of Italy’s most recognizable faces.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi says he governs Italy out of a sense of duty and sacrifice, not because he enjoys the job.
Italy’s top court has overturned a law that shielded Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi from possible prosecution. The flamboyant prime minister pushed the law through after he returned to power in 2008, but legal authorities in the city of Milan challenged it in the Constitutional Court.
Disasters in Italy have a predictable chronology: after the calamity strikes, rescues are attempted, destiny is lamented and pledges are made to rebuild destroyed towns. And without fail, as the first victims are still being buried, a criminal investigation is opened.
The number of people killed in a car bombing in Afghanistan’s capital rose to 26, including six Italian soldiers, Afghan authorities said Saturday. Sixteen people died in the blast Thursday, and at least 55 Afghan civilians were wounded.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said it would be “best” for the country’s troops to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible after six were killed in a car bombing in Kabul. Berlusconi, speaking to reporters Thursday, gave no timeline for a withdrawal and said any pullout would have to be coordinated with Italy’s allies