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Silvio Berlusconi Punched In The Face In Milan

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Silvio Berlusconi punched in the face in MilanItalian prime minister whisked away in a car after falling to the ground following attackguardian.co.uk, Sunday 13 December 2009 18.30 GMTSilvio Berlusconi has been punched in the face at a rally in Milan tonight, according to Italian news reports.

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The Italian prime minister was whisked away in a car after falling to the ground during the attack. State television showed Berlusconi with blood on his lips as he was lifted to his feet by aides.Police initially said a young man had punched Berlusconi in the face outside the Piazza del Duomo, but later said the man might have hurled an object at the premier from close range. A man was arrested at the scene, according to the Ansa news agency.A spokesman for Berlusconi said he did not immediately have any information about the incident, which happened after the premier delivered a speech to his conservative supporters this evening."What they've done to Berlusconi is an act of terrorism," Umberto Bossi, head of the far-right Northern League and a close Berlusconi ally, told Ansa.A spokesman for Berlusconi said he did not immediately have any information about the incident, which happened after the premier delivered a speech to his conservative supporters this evening."What they've done to Berlusconi is an act of terrorism," Umberto Bossi, head of the far-right Northern League and a close Berlusconi ally, told Ansa.The attack concludes a rather dismal weekend for Berlusconi, whose approval ratings slid four percentage points in November as his legal troubles mounted, according to an opinion poll in an Italian newspaper on Saturday.Stripped of immunity from prosecution, Berlusconi faces the reopening of a number of trials against him, including one on charges of bribery and corruption and another for tax fraud.Berlusconi's approval ratings fell to 50.1% at the beginning of December, from 54.4% in early November, according to an Ipsos poll in La Stampa.The lower ratings meant Berlusconi's government, which enjoys approval ratings of 53.2%, is more popular than the prime minister himself, the newspaper said.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/dec/13/silvio-berlusconi-punched-in-face
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During the gathering he told supporters: "They paint me as a monster, but I don't think I am one - firstly because I am good-looking and secondly because I'm a decent chap".Silvio>>>>>>>>>>

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LOL @ anyone rating this guy.LOL @ the Italian people voting in power the guy who controls their media.Fools.

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