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Italy's Mediaset accused of unlawful trading

Italy's Mediaset was again caught up in a whirl of controversy this weekend after a Milan court accused the group's president, Fedele Confalionieri, of unlawful rights-trading. Investigating prosecutors also lifted the lid on the conflict of interest issue, one of the hottest points of contention for Mediaset and current prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.

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