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Monti, cabinet ministers sworn in as Italy's crisis-saving gov't

(Xinhua)

09:14, November 17, 2011

Italy's new prime minister Mario Monti takes office at the Chigi Palace in Rome, Italy, Nov. 16, 2011. Mario Monti on Wednesday took over as Italian new prime minister and led the newly selected cabinet ministers to be sworn in at the presidential palace, a symbol of starting their task for drawing off a heavy debt-driven financial crisis. (Xinhua/Alberto Lingria)


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