Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has gone back on trial in Milan but, as expected, has not appeared in court, BBC reports. The tax fraud case involving his Mediaset business empire is the first of four legal battles facing the Italian leader over the next few weeks. The trial was suspended in April 2010 because of a law, now partially struck down, granting him temporary immunity. Two related cases restart in March and he is in court for sex with an under-age prostitute and abuse of power.
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