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Prodi

(ˈprəʊdɪ)
n
(Biography) Romano (rəˈmɑːnəʊ). born 1939, Italian politician; prime minister (1996–98; 2006–08); president of the European Commission (1999–2004)
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Jeddah, Rajab 2, 1434, May 12, 2013, SPA -- Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, received here today Italian Former Prime Minister and the Special Envoy of United Nations Secretary General for African Sahel States Romano Prodi, and his accompanying delegation, currently visiting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Le Parti democrate (PD), de Pier Luigi Bersani, principale formation de la gauche italienne, tombe en morceaux et vient de commettre un "suicide collectif" apres l'echec de son candidat, Romano Prodi, a la presidentielle en raison de dissensions internes, ecrivait hier samedi la presse.
Italy's main centre-left party chose former Prime Minister Romano Prodi as its presidential candidate on Friday, igniting a battle with Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right that increases the likelihood of a snap election in the summer.
TUNIS (TAP) - "Tunisia is a role model for countries undergoing revolutions," said on Monday Romano Prodi, Italy's former Prime Minister who is currently serving as United Nations Special Envoy for the Sahel.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced, on 9 October, the appointment of Romano Prodi as his special envoy for the Sahel.
| WASHINGTON, Oct 13 (KUNA) -- The US expressed support for the United Nations Security Council's (UNSC) resolution adopted on Mali and welcomed the appointment of Special Envoy Romano Prodi.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi underlined Iran's strong influence on regional developments, and stressed that Tehran plays a leading role in the region.
October 6, 2009 (KHARTOUM) -- The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir received a phone call today from Italy's former Prime Minister Romano Prodi, Sudan state media reported.
He ruled former premier Romano Prodi will be called.
Synopsis: Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi resigned last week, leaving Italy's political leaders to sort out what to do next.
Summary: Italian Premier Romano Prodi expressed his belief Friday that the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) troops stationed in South Lebanon were "not subject to any danger." "As time goes by, UNIFIL is proving its important role in persevering stability," Prodi told the French weekly Le Figaro.
Rome--In late February, Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi offered his resignation, after his government lost a crucial foreign policy vote in the upper house of parliament.