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No Satire In Italy

NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports from Rome about a campaign to ban political satire on public TV. Silvio Berlusconi who owns three tv networks and is running for office, has frequently been the source of hard hitting satire and has asked that such political barbs be banned.

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