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Italian PM tells EU to 'show more ambition, unity, courage'

WorldNews Friday, 3 April 2020
Italian PM tells EU to 'show more ambition, unity, courage'ROME: Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Friday extended his feud about coronavirus money with EU commission chief Ursula von der Leyen in the pages of a Roman newspaper. Conte wrote a letter to Italy's La Repubblica in response to an apology that von der Leyen had published in the same paper on Thursday. "I am sorry," von der Leyen had told Italians. "The EU is with you now." Conte sounded unimpressed in his letter. "Dear...
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