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Italy's president set to hear possible solutions for country's political crisis

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Italy's president set to hear possible solutions for country's political crisis

Italy's president set to hear possible solutions for country's political crisis

Last week the country's prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, resigned after ex-PM Matteo Renzi withdrew his party from the governing coalition.


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