Eugenio Scalfari, Leading Italian Journalist, Dies at 98

Eugenio Scalfari, one of Italy’s best-known journalists, who came to enduring prominence as a founder of the liberal newspaper La Repubblica, lobbing editorial salvos across the nation’s public life and over the high walls of the Vatican, died on Thursday in Rome. He was 98.

His death was announced by La Repubblica.

For two decades as La Repubblica’s top editor, Mr. Scalfari oversaw investigative reporting packaged in a tabloid format that critics said matched the nation’s thirst for…

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