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Italian new Premier Matteo Renzi rings the bell for reporters to indicate the start of his first cabinet meeting at Chigi Palace Premier's office, in Rome, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Renzi has been sworn in as Italy's youngest premier, heading a new government he says promises will swiftly tackle old problems. Renzi had been serving as Florence mayor when he engineered a power grab last week to effectively force fellow Democrat, Enrico Letta, to step down after 10 months at the helm of a fragile, often-squabbling coalition. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca) Management

Italian new Premier Matteo Renzi rings the bell for reporters to indicate the start of his first cabinet meeting at Chigi Palace Premier’s office, in Rome, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Renzi has been sworn in as Italy’s youngest premier, heading a new government he says promises will swiftly tackle old problems. Renzi had been serving as Florence mayor when he engineered a power grab last week to effectively force fellow Democrat, Enrico Letta, to step down after 10 months at the helm of a fragile, often-squabbling coalition. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)
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