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Awkward questions about 9/11

One of Italy's most respected journalists, foreign correspondent for La Stampa for more than 20 years - Giulietto Chiesa

1940 - Born in Acqui Terme, province of Alessandria
1967 - National Vice Chairman, Union Goliardica Italian (UGI)
1968 - Member, national secretariat, Italian Communist Youth Federation
1971 - Member of secretariat, Italian Communist Party, Genoa
1975 - Italian Communist Party group leader, provincial council of Genoa
1981 - Starts journalism career
1989 - Fellow, Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies
1990 - Moscow correspondent, L'unita and La Stampa
2004 - Member, European Parliament
2008 - Member, Club Valdai International Discussion

We will discuss a documentary which is probably the most important film made so far on 9/11. It’s called “Zero” and Russian television is showing it in prime time on the eve of this week's seventh anniversary of the attacks in New York and Washington.