Guy Dinmore

Diplomatic Correspondent, Financial Times

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Diplomatic correspondent for the Financial Times in L'Aquila, Italy

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The leaders of the US, Japan, Russia, Canada, Germany, France and Britain have assembled in L'Aquila, Italy, where Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is hosting the so-called  G8 Summit…

At the G8 Summit: World Leaders Meet Low Expectations

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The leaders of the US, Japan, Russia, Canada, Germany, France and Britain and some 3500 reporters have crowded into L'Aquila, Italy, a town still feeling aftershocks from a devastating…

At the G8 Summit: World Leaders Meet Low Expectations

The leaders of the US, Japan, Russia, Canada, Germany, France and Britain and some 3500 reporters have crowded into L'Aquila, Italy, a town still feeling aftershocks from a devastating…

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