Italians vent anger at austerity measures
Rome: Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said on Tuesday he would not run in elections due in spring, in an interview in which he said Italy no longer risked igniting a debt crisis in the euro zone."I will not run for the elections," Monti said in an interview on news channel CNN during a trip to the United States."I think it's important that the whole political game ...
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