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  • City: Milan
  • Language: Italian
  • Circulation: 130,000

Libero ("Free"): the name of this daily founded in 2000 by Vittorio Feltri, a former director of the pro-Berlusconi Il Giornale. Still close to Il Cavaliere, the newspaper aims to be "liberal, mistrustful of power, political parties and magistrates, and opposed to doctrinaire orthodoxy and received ideas". Sarcastic, slangy and politically incorrect, on occasion its style is more rough than ready.

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Updated: 18 January 2017