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MILAN (Reuters) – A Milan judge has accepted a settlement agreement with the head of Apple’s Irish-based unit Apple Sales International as part of a probe into allegations the U.S. tech giant failed to pay corporate taxes in Italy to the tune of 879 million euros ($959.43 million), a judicial source said.