ROMANO PRODI, an economist from the center-left, formed Italy's 55th government in 51 years Friday and named an anti-corruption crusader as one of his ministers . . . A JURY in Frederick, Md., spared former Motown sound engineer Lawrence T. Horn from the death penalty for hiring a hit man to kill his ex-wife, their disabled son and the boy's nurse to get at the son's trust fund . . . A CAR BOMB exploded at a Shell Oil Co. storage center in Lima, Peru, wounding 10 people and damaging several buildings, police said. A note at the scene claimed the attack on behalf of the Shining Path guerrillas.
By Deseret News