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Editor of Catholic newspaper resigns.

THE editor of a prominent Italian Catholic newspaper that demanded Premier Silvio Berlusconi answer questions about a sex scandal has resigned after being caught up in a scandal himself.

Dino Boffo, editor of the Avvenire daily of the Italian Bishops' Conference, denied the allegations made by Il Giornale, a Berlusconi family newspaper, but said he resigned because the allegations were damaging to his family and the paper.

Il Giornale alleged Mr Boffo had been involved in a court case with homosexual overtones.

Mr Boffo acknowledged being fined in a harassment case involving a married woman but denied the gay suggestions.
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Sep 4, 2009
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