Italy PM-designate Enrico Letta agrees new government

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A deal on the formation of a new government has been reached in Italy, ending two months of political deadlock since the general election.

The agreement was announced after Prime Minister-designate Enrico Letta met President Giorgio Napolitano.

Bethany Bell reports from Rome.

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