MILAN (AP) — An Italian newspaper reports that a court has more than cut in half the alimony ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi must pay to his second wife, Veronica Lario.
Corriere della Sera reported Tuesday that a civil tribunal in the Milan suburb of Monza set the payments at 1.4 million euros ($1.9 million) a month, citing an order issued this summer. The court said Berlusconi opened divorce proceedings in Monza.
A court in Milan deliberating the couple's legal separation, a separate procedure, previously awarded Lario 3 million euros a month.
Lario announced she was divorcing the billionaire media mogul in 2009, citing his fondness for younger women. The couple married in 1990, and have three grown children. He has two children from his first marriage.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
An overnight fire consumed a garage at a home on Albuquerque's West Side.
A federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a Los Alamos Police Detective against his former employers has been settled for $600,000.
A few tips on how to prevent thieves from taking your stuff over Winter Break, a look at the right to die trial, and other stories with Matt Mauro, Elizabeth Mauro and weather with Meteorologist Kristen Van Dyke.
NMFOG says government agency cannot bar someone from access to information just because it does not like what that person says about the agency.
Some Cleveland High School students say a traffic plan for getting them out of school forces them to take a dangerous and tricky left turn onto a 55 mph road, something parents and staff don't have to do.
An emotional mother is still waiting for answers about what happened to her missing daughter.