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Prime Minister Says Italy Will Rebuild
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said no fatalities had been reported after a powerful 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit central Italy on Sunday, adding that the country has the resources to rebuild.
SOUNDBITE (Italian) Matteo Renzi, Italian Prime Minister:“What is important to say is that despite the high intensity of the earthquake, the strongest since the Irpinia one (November 23 1980), for the moment no fatalities have been repoirted.”SOUNDBITE (Italian) Matteo Renzi, Italian Prime Minister:“In hours afterwards, some of the inhabitants of say that it is all over, but now with strength we have to take care of the people, verify that there are no victims, take care of the injured. We also have at our disposal all the resources needed to rebuild our country.”
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