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Right-wing victory in Italy raises concerns across Europe

Italians have chosen their first far-right government since World War II. Giorgia Meloni is expected to become the first female prime minister to lead Europe’s third largest economy. Her party, Brothers of Italy, draws its roots from the country’s fascist history. Monday, she sounded a moderate tone, but as Nick Schifrin reports, her recent rhetoric has many in Italy and Europe concerned.

Right-wing victory in Italy raises concerns across Europe

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