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Italy's new government wins 1st confidence vote

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ROME (AP) — Italy's new government easily passed its first confirmation vote Monday in Parliament after Premier Enrico Letta made concessions to his uneasy coalition allies, promising to ease part of a slate of austerity measures that have weighed on Italians impatient at the slow pace of economic recovery. While pledging the country will do what the eurozone wants to improve its public...

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