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

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…

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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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