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Profile: Carlo Rossella

 
  

Positions that Carlo Rossella has held:

  • Editor-in-chief of Italian weekly magazine Panorama


 

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October 8-9, 2002      Complete Iraq timeline

       One day after receiving the Niger documents (see Early October 2002), Elisabetta Burba meets with her editors and expresses her concern that the documents might be fakes. She notes that the amount of uranium specified in the documents—500 tons—is very large. Moreover, the letters do not include details on how the uranium would be delivered. She proposes that she travel to Niger to determine the document's authenticity. [Corriere della Sera, 7/19/03, cited in Talking Points Memo, 10/31/03; Associated Press, 7/20/03 Sources: Elisabetta Burba] But Burba is instructed by the magazine's editor-in-chief, Carolo Rossella, who is “known for his ties to the Berlusconi government,” to hand them over to the American embassy in Rome for verification. [Corriere della Sera, 7/19/03, cited in Talking Points Memo, 10/31/03; New Yorker, 10/20/03; The Washington Post, 7/20/03 Sources: Elisabetta Burba]
People and organizations involved: Elisabetta Burba, Carlo Rossella
          

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