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ROME, ITALY - DECEMBER 05:  Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi give a speech after the results of the referendum on constitutional reforms at Palazzo Chigi on December 5, 2016 in Rome, Italy. The result of the government referendum that could change the constitution is considered crucial for the political future of Italy and for the personal future of its Prime Minister.  (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)
ROME, ITALY - DECEMBER 05:  Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi give a speech after the results of the referendum on constitutional reforms at Palazzo Chigi on December 5, 2016 in Rome, Italy. The result of the government referendum that could change the constitution is considered crucial for the political future of Italy and for the personal future of its Prime Minister.  (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)

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Italians vote 'no,' a win for Eurosceptics

Almost two-thirds of Italians voted against the constitutional referendum, prompting Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to resign.

Italians vote 'no,' a win for Eurosceptics

Almost two-thirds of Italians voted against the constitutional referendum, prompting Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to resign.