PAK Vs SL | 1st Test Dec 11, 2019
SL 282/6 (91.5)
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PAKW 145/8 (37.4)
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Oct 13, 2019
Voting begins for Tunisian presidential runoff; law professor Kais Saied takes on media magnate Nabil KarouiTunisians voted Sunday in a presidential runoff pitting a conservative academic against a media magnate fresh out of jail.
Jan 13, 2018
Serie A: AC Milan's sale to Chinese investors being probed for money-laundering, claims reportAfter more than 30 years in the hands of Berlusconi, Milan were sold on 13 April last year to a group of Chinese investors led by Li Yonghong.
Jul 09, 2015
Italian court holds ex-PM Berlusconi guilty of paying 3 million euro bribeA court in Naples sentenced Berlusconi, 78, to three years in prison and banned him from holding public office for five years, Xinhua news agency reported.
Mar 29, 2013
Ford and JWT India's ad messArray
Mar 25, 2013
Ford India apologises for Berlusconi bondage adThe Indian unit of Ford Motor Co. has apologised for an advertisement depicting Italy's former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi with a trio of bound women in the trunk of a car.
Mar 07, 2013
Italy's Berlusconi sentenced to 1 year in wiretape trialAn Italian court on Thursday sentenced former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi to a one-year jail term for making public the taped contents of a confidential phone call in a case related to a 2005 banking scandal.
Nov 08, 2011
Here's how Italy's political crisis is likely to play outIt seems more likely that Berlusconi will not quit until he loses a formal vote of confidence.
Nov 04, 2011
Italy rejects financial aid from IMF but Lagarde denies offerThe defiant PM stressed that he will not resign and insisted that his struggling coalition government will not collapse despite the debt crisis.
Oct 23, 2009
Italy Probes "Kill Berlusconi" Facebook PagesItalian officials have ordered an investigation into Facebook groups called "Let's Kill Berlusconi", saying they incite hatred and might lead to a real rather than virtual attack on the prime minister.