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ITALY-ELECTION/ROME
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April 24, 2008 
Rome mayoral candidate Gianni Alemanno (L) attends a pre-election rally with centre-right party leader... 
Rome, Italy 
File photo of Rome mayoral candidate Alemanno with allies Berlusconi and Mussolini at the Colosseum in... 
Rome mayoral candidate Gianni Alemanno (L) attends a pre-election rally with centre-right party leader Silvio Berlusconi (C), and lawmaker Alessandra Mussolini at the Colosseum in Rome in a April 10, 2008 file photo. Italy's right will conquer Rome for the first time since World War Two if it wins this weekend's runoff vote for mayor of the capital, in a contest that has been dominated by fears about crime and immigration. Victory in Rome would be an unexpected boon for conservative leader Silvio Berlusconi, whose centre right overwhelmingly won last week's national election and already rules the financial capital in the north, Milan.REUTERS/Chris Helgren/Files (ITALY) 
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