Thursday, November 27, 2014   

Italy's Renzi asked to form government
(02-17 19:24)

Italy's president has asked the mayor of Florence, Matteo Renzi, to try to form a government after Renzi sacked the premier in a power play in his own party.
Renzi met for more than an hour with President Giorgio Napolitano today. Napolitano's office said in a statement that he had asked Renzi to try to form a government.—AP


   
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