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Political Profile
Political Profile 
Giuliano Amato - 24 Apr 2013 
22 PICTURES 
BELGIUM/
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December 08, 2011 
Former Belgian Prime Minister and President of the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for... 
Brussels, Belgium 
ALDE President Verhofstadt talks with European Convention Vice-Presidents Dehaene and Amato during in... 
Former Belgian Prime Minister and President of the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) Guy Verhofstadt (L) talks with European Convention Vice-Presidents Jean-Luc Dehaene (C) and Giuliano Amato (R) during the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Laeken Declaration on the future the European Union, at the Laeken Royal Palace Brussels December 8, 2011. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS) 
BELGIUM/
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December 08, 2011 
(From L-R) European Parliament Vice-President Isabelle Durand, Belgium's King Albert II, European Convention... 
Brussels, Belgium 
European Parliament Vice-President Durand, Belgium's King Albert, European Convention Vice-Presidents... 
(From L-R) European Parliament Vice-President Isabelle Durand, Belgium's King Albert II, European Convention Vice-Presidents Jean-Luc Dehaene and Giuliano Amato talk together during the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Laeken Declaration on the future the European Union, at the Laeken Royal Palace Brussels December 8, 2011. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS) 
EU-PRESIDENT/
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November 18, 2009 
This combination photo shows undated portraits of politicians often named by European media as potential... 
Brussels, Belgium 
This combination photo shows undated portraits of politicians often named by European media as potential... 
This combination photo shows undated portraits of politicians often named by European media as potential candidates to become European Union high representative for foreign affairs and security policy. From top row (L to R) are British Foreign Secretary David Miliband, former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt and former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema. Second row (L to R) are former Austrian Foreign Minister Ursula Passnik, EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn and EU Trade Commissioner Catherine Ashton. A summit this week to appoint an EU president and foreign affairs chief looks set to run over schedule with no clear candidates agreed despite long consultations, EU officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Reuters Photographers (BELGIUM POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
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February 19, 2008 
Officers of Italy's Carabinieri escort suspected 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate boss Pasquale Condello (C)... 
Reggio Calabria, Italy 
Officers of Italy's Carabinieri escort suspected 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate boss Pasquale Condello inside... 
Officers of Italy's Carabinieri escort suspected 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate boss Pasquale Condello (C) inside a police station in Reggio Calabria February 18, 2008. Italian police have arrested the leader of the powerful Calabrian mafia, Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said on Monday. Pasquale Condello, 57, was captured in a house in Reggio Calabria in the southern tip of mainland Italy, police said. There were no further details of his capture. Picture taken February 18, 2008. REUTERS/Carabinieri/Handout (ITALY). EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
ITALY-SOCCER/VIOLENCE
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November 13, 2007 
Ignazio La Russa, deputy of right party Alleanza Nazionale, reacts as Italian Interior Minister Giuliano... 
Rome, Italy 
La Russa, deputy of right party Alleanza Nazionale, reacts during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio... 
Ignazio La Russa, deputy of right party Alleanza Nazionale, reacts as Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato speaks during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in Rome November 13, 2007. Amato accused soccer hooligans on Tuesday of using the shooting of a fan by a policeman at the weekend as an excuse to go on the rampage, and promised to "cut out this violence at its roots". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
ITALY-SOCCER/VIOLENCE
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November 13, 2007 
Antonio Matarrese, head of Italy's soccer league, observes a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio... 
Rome, Italy 
Matarrese, head of Italy's soccer league, observes a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace... 
Antonio Matarrese, head of Italy's soccer league, observes a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in Rome November 13, 2007. Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato accused soccer hooligans on Tuesday of using the shooting of a fan by a policeman at the weekend as an excuse to go on the rampage, and promised to "cut out this violence at its roots". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
ITALY-SOCCER/VIOLENCE
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November 13, 2007 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in... 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in Rome November 13, 2007. Amato accused soccer hooligans on Tuesday of using the shooting of a fan by a policeman at the weekend as an excuse to go on the rampage, and promised to "cut out this violence at its roots". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
ITALY-SOCCER/VIOLENCE
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November 13, 2007 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato sits next to Italian Sports Minister Giovanna Melandri (R) during... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian Interior Minister Amato sits next to Italian Sports Minister Melandri during parliamentary session... 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato sits next to Italian Sports Minister Giovanna Melandri (R) during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in Rome November 13, 2007. Amato accused soccer hooligans on Tuesday of using the shooting of a fan by a policeman at the weekend as an excuse to go on the rampage, and promised to "cut out this violence at its roots". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
ITALY-SOCCER/VIOLENCE
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November 13, 2007 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato makes a speech during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio... 
Rome, Italy 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato makes a speech during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio... 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato makes a speech during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in Rome November 13, 2007. Amato accused soccer hooligans on Tuesday of using the shooting of a fan by a policeman at the weekend as an excuse to go on the rampage, and promised to "cut out this violence at its roots". REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
SOCCER-ITALY/DEATH
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November 11, 2007 
Inter Milan and Lazio's supporters hold a banner protesting against the Interior Minister Giuliano Amato... 
Milan, Italy 
Inter Milan and Lazio's supporters hold banner protesting against the Interior Minister Giuliano Amato... 
Inter Milan and Lazio's supporters hold a banner protesting against the Interior Minister Giuliano Amato at the San Siro stadium in Milan November 11, 2007. A policeman accidentally shot dead a soccer fan on Sunday during a confrontation between supporters of rival clubs in Italy, police said. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY) 
GERMANY-SHOOTINGS/
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August 15, 2007 
Prosecutor Manfred Opretzka addresses a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern... 
Duisburg, Germany 
Prosecutor Manfred Opretzka addresses a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern... 
Prosecutor Manfred Opretzka addresses a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern German town of Duisburg August 15, 2007. Six Italian men were shot dead in the German city of Duisburg early on Wednesday in an execution-style killing linked to a mafia feud. Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said the shootings appeared to be the latest chapter in a long-running dispute between two mafia clans in the southern region of Calabria, home to the N'Drangheta organised crime group.The victims, all shot in the head, were aged between 16 and 39 a police spokesman said. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-SHOOTINGS/
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August 15, 2007 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato gestures during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome August... 
Rome, Italy 
IItalian Interior Minister Amato gestures during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome 
Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato gestures during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome August 15, 2007. Six Italian men were shot dead in the German city of Duisburg early on Wednesday in an execution-style killing linked to a mafia feud. Amato said the shootings appeared to be the latest chapter in a long-running dispute between two mafia clans in the southern region of Calabria, home to the N'Drangheta organised crime group. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY) 
GERMANY-SHOOTINGS/
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August 15, 2007 
Police officer Heinz Sprenger addresses a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern... 
Duisburg, Germany 
Police officer Heinz Sprenger adresses a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern... 
Police officer Heinz Sprenger addresses a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern German town of Duisburg August 15, 2007. Six Italian men were shot dead in the German city of Duisburg early on Wednesday in an execution-style killing linked to a mafia feud. Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said the shootings appeared to be the latest chapter in a long-running dispute between two mafia clans in the southern region of Calabria, home to the N'Drangheta organised crime group.The victims, all shot in the head, were aged between 16 and 39 a police spokesman said. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-SHOOTINGS/
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August 15, 2007 
Prosecutor Manfred Opretzka, police officers Heinz Sprenger (C) and Ronald Baeumler (R) address a news... 
Duisburg, Germany 
Prosecutor Opretzka police officers Sprenger and Baeumler adress a news conference head quarter of the... 
Prosecutor Manfred Opretzka, police officers Heinz Sprenger (C) and Ronald Baeumler (R) address a news conference at the headquarters of the police in the northwestern German town of Duisburg August 15, 2007. Six Italian men were shot dead in the German city of Duisburg early on Wednesday in an execution-style killing linked to a mafia feud. Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said the shootings appeared to be the latest chapter in a long-running dispute between two mafia clans in the southern region of Calabria, home to the N'Drangheta organised crime group.The victims, all shot in the head, were aged between 16 and 39 a police spokesman said. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-SHOOTINGS/
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August 15, 2007 
A police officer with a sniffer dog searches for evidence in front of the Da Bruno Italian restaurant... 
Duisburg, Germany 
A police officer with a sniffer dog searches for evidence in front of the Da Bruno Italian restaurant... 
A police officer with a sniffer dog searches for evidence in front of the Da Bruno Italian restaurant in the northwestern German town of Duisburg August 15, 2007. Six Italian men were shot dead in the German city of Duisburg early on Wednesday in an execution-style killing linked to a mafia feud. Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said the shootings appeared to be the latest chapter in a long-running dispute
between two mafia clans in the southern region of Calabria, home to the N'Drangheta organised crime group.The victims, all shot in the head, were aged between 16 and 39 a police spokesman said. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-SHOOTINGS/
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August 15, 2007 
A police officer with a sniffer dog searches for evidence in front of the Da Bruno Italian restaurant... 
Duisburg, Germany 
A police officer with a sniffer dog searches for evidence in front of the Da Bruno Italian restaurant... 
A police officer with a sniffer dog searches for evidence in front of the Da Bruno Italian restaurant in the northwestern German town of Duisburg August 15, 2007. Six Italian men were shot dead in the German city of Duisburg early on Wednesday in an execution-style killing linked to a mafia feud. Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said the shootings appeared to be the latest chapter in a long-running dispute
between two mafia clans in the southern region of Calabria, home to the N'Drangheta organised crime group.The victims, all shot in the head, were aged between 16 and 39 a police spokesman said. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
ITALY-VEIL/
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April 24, 2007 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a news conference at the Chigi palace in Rome April... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends news conference at the Chigi palace in Rome 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a news conference at the Chigi palace in Rome April 24, 2007. Women in Italy should not wear veils that cover their face, according to new government guidelines for immigrants that were drawn up in consultation with representatives of the main faiths, including Muslims. The document, presented by Amato late Monday, is Rome's response to a growing debate in Europe over integration standards for Muslim minorities. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
SOCCER-ITALY/VIOLENCE
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February 07, 2007 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a news conference following the cabinet meeting in Rome... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's Interior Min Amato attends a news conference following the cabinet meeting in Rome 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato attends a news conference following the cabinet meeting in Rome February 7, 2007. Italy's cabinet on Wednesday brushed aside resistance by football clubs to approve a tough set of measures to tackle hooliganism at soccer stadiums. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY) 
SOCCER-ITALY/VIOLENCE
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February 07, 2007 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (L) speaks with cabinet undersecretary Enrico Letta during a... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's Interior Min Amato speaks with cabinet undersecretary Letta in Rome 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (L) speaks with cabinet undersecretary Enrico Letta during a news conference following their cabinet meeting in Rome February 7, 2007. Italy's cabinet on Wednesday brushed aside resistance by football clubs to approve a tough set of measures to tackle hooliganism at soccer stadiums. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY) 
SOCCER-ITALY/VIOLENCE
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February 07, 2007 
Italy's Deputy Interior Minister Marco Minniti (R) reads a note next to Interior Minister Giuliano Amato... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's deputy Interior Min Minniti reads a note next to Interior Min Amato and Sports Min Melandri during... 
Italy's Deputy Interior Minister Marco Minniti (R) reads a note next to Interior Minister Giuliano Amato and Sports Minister Giovanna Melandri (L) during a press conference following their cabinet meeting in Rome February 7, 2007. Italy's cabinet on Wednesday brushed aside resistance by football clubs to approve a tough set of measures to tackle hooliganism at soccer stadiums. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY) 
SOCCER-ITALY/VIOLENCE
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February 05, 2007 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (R) and Sports Minister Giovanna Melandri are led to the funeral... 
Catania, Italy 
Italy's Interior Minister Amato and Sports Minister Melandri are led to funeral in Catania 
Italy's Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (R) and Sports Minister Giovanna Melandri are led to the funeral of slain Italian police officer Filippo Raciti at the cathedral in Catania February 5, 2007. A soccer-mad nation which only seven months ago celebrated a World Cup victory was stunned by the outcome of riots at a derby between rival Sicilian teams Catania and Palermo on Friday, in which the policeman died and over 70 people were injured. REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello (ITALY) 
ITALY HIJACK
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October 04, 2006 
Pope Benedict XVI (L) waves to the faithful as a Swiss Guard stands guard during his weekly audience... 
Vatican City, Vatican City State 
Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful as Swiss Guard stands guard during weekly audience in Saint Peter's... 
Pope Benedict XVI (L) waves to the faithful as a Swiss Guard stands guard during his weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican October 4, 2006. A man who hijacked a Turkish Airlines flight on Tuesday was unarmed, working alone and threatened to blow himself up if the pilot did not divert the flight to Italy, Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN) 
ITALY HIJACK
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October 04, 2006 
Pope Benedict XVI waves to the faithful during his weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican... 
Vatican City, Vatican City State 
Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful during weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican 
Pope Benedict XVI waves to the faithful during his weekly audience in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican October 4, 2006. A man who hijacked a Turkish Airlines flight on Tuesday was unarmed, working alone and threatened to blow himself up if the pilot did not divert the flight to Italy, Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato said. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN) 
ITALY
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September 28, 2006 
Interior minister Giuliano Amato (L) passes behind Prime Minister Romano Prodi during a parliamentary... 
Rome, Italy 
Interior minister Giuliano Amato passes behind Prime Minister Romano Prodi during a parliamentary session... 
Interior minister Giuliano Amato (L) passes behind Prime Minister Romano Prodi during a parliamentary session at the Montecitorio Palace in Rome September 28, 2006. Raucous heckling by political opponents forced Prodi on Thursday to halt a speech to parliament defending his role in an acrimonious clash with Telecom Italia over the group's future. Prodi began reading a speech in the lower house of parliament but was soon forced to stop after repeated interruptions by the centre-right opposition, which has accused the government of meddling with the telecoms group. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY) 
SECURITY ITALY ALGERIA
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July 21, 2006 
The suspected members of an armed Algerian group linked to al Qaeda are shown in this handout released... 
Rome, Italy 
Handout photo of the suspected members of an armed Algerian group linked to al Qaeda 
The suspected members of an armed Algerian group linked to al Qaeda are shown in this handout released by the Italian police in Vicenza, northern Italy on July 21 ,2006. The photo shows the connections between them and suspects arrested in other police operations. Italy's Interior minister Giuliano Amato said that the arrest meant "the defeat of a subversive cell whose members were preparing to go to Algeria and Iraq and carry out operations". The words at the top of the handout read: "Connection with militant cell of Vicenza". REUTERS/Handout (ITALY) 
ECONOMY ITALY DEBT
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May 18, 2006 
Italy's new Justice Minister Clemente Mastella (L) talks with Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (R) before... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's new Justice Minister Mastella talks with Interior Minister Amato before speech of PM Prodi to... 
Italy's new Justice Minister Clemente Mastella (L) talks with Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (R) before the speech of Prime Minister Romano Prodi to the Senate in Rome May 18, 2006. Prodi pledged on Thursday his government would take immediate steps to reverse the rise in public debt. In his first speech since taking office on Wednesday, Prodi told parliament he would "immediately confront" budget deterioration to meet EU rules and reassure financial markets. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi 
ITALY
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May 18, 2006 
Italy's new Prime Minister Romano Prodi (2nd R), flanked by culture minister Francesco Rutelli (2nd L),... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's new PM Prodi makes his speech to Senate outlining his program, flanked by culture minister Rutelli,... 
Italy's new Prime Minister Romano Prodi (2nd R), flanked by culture minister Francesco Rutelli (2nd L), foreign minister Massimo D'Alema (R) and interior minister Giuliano Amato (L), makes his speech to the Senate outlining his program in Rome May 18, 2006. Prodi pledged on Thursday his government would take immediate steps to reverse the rise in public debt. In his first speech since taking office on Wednesday, Prodi told parliament he would "immediately confront" budget deterioration to meet EU rules and reassure financial markets. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi 
ITALY PRODI PRESIDENT
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May 17, 2006 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (R) talks to Justice Minister Clemente Mastella during a... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's new Interior Minister Amato talks to Justice Minister Mastella during a swearing in ceremony... 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (R) talks to Justice Minister Clemente Mastella during a swearing in ceremony at Quirinale palace in Rome May 17, 2006. Prodi formed a new Italian government on Wednesday and vowed to soothe political tensions in a country split in two by the closest election in its post-war history. REUTERS/Tony Gentile 
ITALY PRODI PRESIDENT
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May 17, 2006 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (C) talks to Culture Minister Francesco Rutelli (L) and... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's new Interior Minister Amato talks to Culture Minister Rutelli and Foreign Minister D'Alema as... 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (C) talks to Culture Minister Francesco Rutelli (L) and Foreign Minister Massimo D'Alema (R) as Justice Minister Clemente Mastella (rear) looks on during a swearing in ceremony at Quirinale palace in Rome May 17, 2006. Prodi formed a new Italian government on Wednesday and vowed to soothe political tensions in a country split in two by the closest election in its post-war history. REUTERS/Tony Gentile 
ITALY
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May 17, 2006 
Italy's new Culture Minister Francesco Rutelli, 51, Interior Minister Giuliano Amato, 68, Education Minister... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's new cabinet ministers Rutelli, Amato, Gentiloni and D'Alema attend a swearing in ceremony in... 
Italy's new Culture Minister Francesco Rutelli, 51, Interior Minister Giuliano Amato, 68, Education Minister Paolo Gentiloni and Foreign Minister Massimo D'Alema, 57, (L-R) attend a swearing in ceremony at Quirinale palace in Rome May 17, 2006. Romano Prodi was finally sworn in as Italy's new prime minister on Wednesday and vowed to soothe political tensions in a country split in two by the closest election in its post-war history. REUTERS/Chris Helgren 
ITALY PRODI PRESIDENT
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May 17, 2006 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (L) shakes hands with President Giorgio Napolitano during... 
Rome, Italy 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato shakes hands with President Giorgio Napolitano during a... 
Italy's new Interior Minister Giuliano Amato (L) shakes hands with President Giorgio Napolitano during a swearing in ceremony at Quirinale palace in Rome May 17, 2006. Prodi formed a new Italian government on Wednesday and vowed to soothe political tensions in a country split in two by the closest election in its post-war history. REUTERS/Tony Gentile 
EUROPE CONVENTION
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July 10, 2003 
European Convention President Valery Giscard d'Estaing (first row C)
and his vice presidents Italian... 
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of 
EU CONVENTION MEMBERS POSE FOR A FAMILY PHOTO OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENT IN BRUSSELS. 
European Convention President Valery Giscard d'Estaing (first row C)
and his vice presidents Italian Giuliano Amato (first row L) and
Belgian Jean-Luc Dehaene (first row R) pose for a family photo with the
105-member convention at the end of the last plenary session of the
Convention on the Future of Europe at the European Parliament in
Brussels July 10, 2003. The Convention, made up of politicians from
around Europe, sat for the last time and the draft will now be
considered by EU leaders at an Inter-Governmental Conference in the
coming months. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir REUTERS

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BELGIUM
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June 13, 2003 
European Convention President Valery Giscard d'Estaing (L) and his Vice Presidents Belgian Jean Luc Dehaene... 
Brussels, Belgium 
European Convention President Valery Giscard d'Estaing (L) and his Vice Presidents Belgian Jean Luc ..... 
European Convention President Valery Giscard d'Estaing (L) and his Vice Presidents Belgian Jean Luc Dehaene (L) and Italian Giuliano Amato (C) raise glasses of champagne to toast the end of the final plenary session of the Convention on the Future of Europe at the European Parliament in Brussels June 13, 2003. [The Convention adopted a historic first draft constitution for the European Union on Friday, the forum's president announced. "After hearing all the speeches today...I will go to present, in your name to the European Council in Thessaloniki, our joint work as the foundation of a future treaty creating a constitution of Europe," said Giscard.] 
EUROPE SUMMIT DEHAENE
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December 15, 2001 
FORMER BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER JEAN-LUC DEHAENE USES HIS MOBILE PHONE
BEFORE GIVING INTERVIEW DURING... 
Brussels, Belgium 
FORMER BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER JEAN-LUC DEHAENE USES HIS MOBILE PHONE
BEFORE GIVING INTERVIEW DURING... 
FORMER BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER JEAN-LUC DEHAENE USES HIS MOBILE PHONE
BEFORE GIVING INTERVIEW DURING A EU HEADS OF STATE SUMMIT IN BRUSSELS.


Former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene uses his mobile phone
before giving an interview during a European Union heads of State
summit in Brussels December 15, 2001. EU leaders chose ex-French
President Valery Giscard D'Estaing, former Italian prime minister
Giuliano Amato and Belgium's ex-premier Dehaene to head a political
Convention that will lead the debate and propose treaty changes on the
future of Europe. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
BELGIUM EUROPE
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June 26, 2001 
Members of the Laeken group (L to R) member of British parliament David Miliband, Belgian Prime Minister... 
Brussels, Belgium 
MEMBERS OF THE LAEKEN GROUP POSE FOR A PHOTO IN BRUSSELS. 
Members of the Laeken group (L to R) member of British parliament David Miliband, Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt, former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, and former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene talk together June 26, 2001. Belgium, which assumes the European Union's rotating presidency on July, 1, had assembled a team drawn from several EU states to help prepare the ground for wide-ranging talks on the bloc's future.

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BELGIUM EUROPE
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June 26, 2001 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt poses for a photo with other members of the Laeken Group in Brussels... 
Brussels, Belgium 
MEMBERS OF THE LAEKEN GROUP POSE FOR A PHOTO IN BRUSSELS. 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt poses for a photo with other members of the Laeken Group in Brussels June 26, 2001. (L to R) Former Polish Foreign Minister Bronislav Geremek, Former European Commission President French Jacques Delors, member of British parliament David Miliband, Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt, former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, and former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene. Belgium, which assumes the European Union's rotating presidency on July, 1, had assembled a team drawn from several EU states to help prepare the ground for wide-ranging talks on the bloc's future.

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BELGIUM EUROPE
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June 26, 2001 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt poses for a photo with other members of the Laeken Group in Brussels... 
Brussels, Belgium 
MEMBERS OF THE LAEKEN GROUP POSE FOR A PHOTO IN BRUSSELS. 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt poses for a photo with other members of the Laeken Group in Brussels June 26, 2001. (L to R) Former Polish Foreign Minister Bronislav Geremek, Former European Commission President French Jacques Delors, member of British parliament David Miliband, Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt, former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, and former Belgian Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene. Belgium, which assumes the European Union's rotating presidency on July, 1, had assembled a team drawn from several EU states to help prepare the ground for wide-ranging talks on the bloc's future.

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ITALY GOVERNMENT
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June 11, 2001 
Italy's newly appointed Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (R) shake hands with former Prime Minister Giuliano... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALY'S NEW PRIME MINISTER SILVIO BERLUSCONI WITH GIULIANO AMATO AT CHIGI PALACE. 
Italy's newly appointed Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (R) shake hands with former Prime Minister Giuliano Amato at Chigi palace in Rome June 11, 2001. Berlusconi, who won last month's general election at the head of a centre-right coalition, took the oath of office before President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi during a ceremony at the Presidential palace.

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EUROPE
RTXKHRS 
May 07, 2001 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) is surrounded by European leaders in Berlin on Monday, May 7,... 
Berlin, Germany 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) is surrounded by European leaders in Berlin on Monday, May 7..... 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) is surrounded by European leaders in Berlin on Monday, May 7, 2001 where leaders of European leftist parties were set to discuss German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's daring plan for European political union, which has split the leftists along national lines. Front row from left to right: Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, second row from left: Swiss President Moritz Leuenberger, Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, Sweden's Prime Minister Goeran Persson, Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok and Finland's Prime Minister Paavo Lipponen. 
EUROPE SOCIALISTS
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May 07, 2001 
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, Italian Prime Minister... 
Berlin, Germany 
SOCIALIST PARTY LEADERS POSE FOR A FAMILY PICTURE IN BERLIN. 
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, second row from left: Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, Sweden's Prime Minister Goeran Persson, Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok and Finland's Prime Minister Paavo Lipponen.

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EUROPE SOCIALISTS
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May 07, 2001 
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, Italian Prime Minister... 
Berlin, Germany 
SOCIALIST PARTY LEADERS POSE FOR A FAMILY PICTURE IN BERLIN. 
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase, Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, second row from left: Swiss President Moritz Leuenberger, Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, Sweden's Prime Minister Goeran Persson, Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok and Finland's Prime Minister Paavo Lipponen.

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ITALY FAZIO SUCCESSORS
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May 02, 2001 
Former Italian prime minister Giuliano Amato attends a news conference in Rome in this May 2, 2001 file... 
Rome, Italy 
File photo of former Italian prime minister Amato attending news conference in Rome 
Former Italian prime minister Giuliano Amato attends a news conference in Rome in this May 2, 2001 file photo. A former prime minister and economy minister, Amato is regularly cited as a candidate for Italy's top jobs whenever they fall vacant. He is a centre-left figure but believed to be highly respected by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Attention now turns to Antonio Fazio's successor and it is not yet fully clear how he will be chosen. Under current rules, the Bank of Italy governor is picked by the bank's superior council and the decision is ratified by the government and the state president. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco 
ITALY JEWS COMPENSATION
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May 02, 2001 
Prime Minister Giuliano Amato rests during a press conference at Government House May 2, 2001. A report... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER GIULIANO AMATO RESTS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Prime Minister Giuliano Amato rests during a press conference at Government House May 2, 2001. A report commissioned by the Italian government said that Jewish families should be compensated for the seizure of property during Fascist rule up to the end of World War Two.

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ITALY JEWS COMPENSATION
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May 02, 2001 
Prime Minister Giuliano Amato holds up his hand during a press conference at Government House May 2,... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER GIULIANO AMATO GESTURES DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Prime Minister Giuliano Amato holds up his hand during a press conference at Government House May 2, 2001. A report commissioned by the Italian government said that Jewish families should be compensated for the seizure of property during Fascist rule up to the end of World War Two.

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ITALY ELECTION
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April 21, 2001 
Francesco Rutelli, leader of the centre-left Ulivo (Olive Tree) coalition (R) waves a flag with Italian... 
Rome, Italy 
LEADER OF CENTRE-LEFT COALITION FRANCESCO RUTELLI WAVES A FLAG IN CENTRAL ROME. 
Francesco Rutelli, leader of the centre-left Ulivo (Olive Tree) coalition (R) waves a flag with Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato at the end of a rally in central Rome's Piazza del Popolo April 21, 2001. Rutelli, the man leading the centre-left in Italy's general election, rounded on his rival Silvio Berlusconi for exaggerating a spate of threatening telephone calls as a cheap election ploy.

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AMATO
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April 12, 2001 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato relaxes during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. [Amato... 
Rome, Italy 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato relaxes during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. ..... 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato relaxes during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. [Amato was joined by candidate for premier Francesco Rutelli and other leading politicians as they presented a report to the country outlining what they had achieved during their past five-year term in office. ] 
RUTELLI
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April 12, 2001 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli listens to questions during a press conference... 
Rome, Italy 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli listens to questions during a press confer..... 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli listens to questions during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. [Rutelli was joined by Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato and other leading politicians as they presented a report to the country outlining what they had achieved during their past five-year term in office. ] 
ITALY ELECTION
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April 12, 2001 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli (L) chats with former Prime Minister Massimo... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALIAN CENTRE-LEFT PREMIER CANDIDATE FRANCESCO RUTELLI ADDRESSES A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli (L) chats with former Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema during a press conference in downtown Rome April 12, 2001. Rutelli was joined by Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato and other leading politicians as they presented a report to the country outlining what they had achieved during their past five-year term in office.

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ITALY ELECTION
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April 12, 2001 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato listens to questions during a press conference in downtown... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALIAN CENTRE-LEFT PRIME MINISTER GIULIANO AMATO LISTENS TO QUESTIONS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato listens to questions during a press conference in downtown Rome April 12, 2001. Amato was joined by candidate for premier Francesco Rutelli and other leading politicians as they presented a report to the country outlining what they had achieved during their past five-year term in office.

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ITALY ELECTION
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April 12, 2001 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli listens to questions during a press conference... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALIAN CENTRE-LEFT PREMIER CANDIDATE FRANCESCO RUTELLI GESTURES AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Centre-left Prime Ministerial candidate Francesco Rutelli listens to questions during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. Rutelli was joined by Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato and other leading politicians as they presented a report to the country outlining what they had achieved during their past five-year term in office.

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ITALY ELECTION
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April 12, 2001 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato relaxes during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. Amato... 
Rome, Italy 
ITALIAN CENTRE-LEFT PRIME MINISTER GIULIANO AMATO RELAXES AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Centre-left Prime Minister Giuliano Amato relaxes during a press conference in Rome April 12, 2001. Amato was joined by candidate for premier Francesco Rutelli and other leading politicians as they presented a report to the country outlining what they had achieved during their past five-year term in office.

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RUSSIA ITALY
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March 29, 2001 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin shake hands during their... 
Moscow, Russia 
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER AMATO AND RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN MEET IN MOSCOW. 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin shake hands during their meeting in Moscow, March 29, 2001. Amato arrived in Russia on Tuesday for talks with Putin on trade, unrest in the Balkans and the upcoming G8 summit in Italy.

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RUSSIA ITALY
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March 29, 2001 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (L) shows his watch to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov... 
Moscow, Russia 
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER AMATO AND HIS RUSSIAN COUNTERPART KASYANOV MEET IN MOSCOW. 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (L) shows his watch to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov during their meeting in Moscow, March 29, 2001. Amato arrived in Russia on Thursday for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on trade, unrest in the Balkans and the upcoming G8 summit in Italy.

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CANADA POLITICS
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March 26, 2001 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (R) speaks at a news conference with Canadian Prime Minister Jean... 
Ottawa, Canada 
ITALIAN PM AMATO SPEAKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE WITH CANADIAN PM CHRETIEN. 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (R) speaks at a news conference with Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 26, 2001. Amato is on a visit to Canada on March 26-27.

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CANADA POLITICS
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March 26, 2001 
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (L) meets with Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato on Parliament... 
Ottawa, Canada 
CANADIAN PM CHRETIEN MEETS WITH ITALIAN PM AMATO. 
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (L) meets with Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 26, 2001. Amato is on a visit to Canada through March 27.

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EU SUMMIT
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March 24, 2001 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato awaits the opening of talks at the EU summit in Stockholm, March... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTERS AMATO ATTENDS EU SUMMIT IN STOCKHOLM. 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato awaits the opening of talks at the EU summit in Stockholm, March 24, 2001. The EU leaders turned their attention to the problems of foot and mouth disease in Europe on the second day of the summit.

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EU SUMMIT
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March 24, 2001 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (R) and Netherlands Prime Minister Wim Kok speak together at the... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
ITALIAN AND NETHERLANDS PRIME MINISTERS AT EU SUMMIT IN STOCKHOLM. 
Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato (R) and Netherlands Prime Minister Wim Kok speak together at the EU summit in Stockholm, March 24, 2001. The EU leaders turned their attention to the problems of foot and mouth disease in Europe on the second day of the summit.

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EUROPE SUMMIT
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March 23, 2001 
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson stands with Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and other leaders... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN WITH EUROPEAN LEADERS AT THE EU SUMMIT IN STOCKHOLM. 
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson stands with Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and other leaders during the traditional group photo at the European Union summit in Stockholm, March 23, 2001. Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, (L-R) Putin, Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, Persson, The Netherlands Prime Minister Wim Kok, French President Jacques Chirac and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. The summit, hosted by Sweden who presently hold the 6-month rotating presidency, will focus on economic and social problems in Europe.

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EUROPE SUMMIT
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March 23, 2001 
EU Commission President Romano Prodi, Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, Russian President Putin, Italian... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN WITH EUROPEAN LEADERS AT THE EU SUMMIT IN STOCKHOLM. 
EU Commission President Romano Prodi, Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, Russian President Putin, Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato, Swedish Prime Minister Persson, Netherland Prime Minister Wim Kok, French President Jacques Chirac and British Prime Minister Tony Blair (rear). The summit, hosted by Sweden who presently hold the 6-month rotating presidency, will focus on economic and social problems in Europe.

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