Italian former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi leaves the Catholic hospice "Sacra Famiglia" (Holy Family Institute foundation) in Cesano Boscone after his first day of community service for tax fraud on May 9, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE)
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The Lebanese judiciary began Monday interrogating former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's senior aide, arrested last month in Beirut over an Interpol warrant for links to the mafia, a judicial source told The Daily Star.Dell'Utri was interrogated by public prosecutor Nada al-Asmar after Italian authorities handed Lebanese authorities the businessman's file last Friday, including charges against him along with a request to extradite him back to Rome to be tried there.Dell'Utri's attorney, Akram Azouri, who was present at the interrogation, told The Daily Star that the court hearing was "good".
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