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Berlusconi ill after PdL party convention


Rome, January 25 - Ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi
felt ill Friday during the national convention for his
center-right People of Freedom (PdL) party in Rome, recalling
past episodes.
After addressing the audience, the 76-year-old media mogul
rushed to sit down and called his party secretary Angelino
Alfano to bring him a bottle of water.
In 2006 he was fitted with a pacemaker after collapsing
during an on-stage speech to young members of his Forza Italia
party, which was merged into the PdL.
When asked about his condition as he left the convention,
Berlusconi replied, "Not very well".
Berlusconi, whose youthful image has been boosted by
facelifts, sunlamps and a hair transplant, has had fainting
spells in the past.
He has always blamed them on working too hard and sleeping
too little.
He has also successfully battled prostate cancer.

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