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Catania
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Rome
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Rome
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Venice
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Turin
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Rome
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Rome
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Rome
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Rome
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Vatican City
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Il Biancorosso

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Rome

Woman inmate kills one child, critically injures another

Boy, 20 mts old, fighting for life

Woman inmate kills one child, critically injures another

Rome, September 18 - A 31-year-old woman inmate serving time for drugs offences at Rome's Rebibbia prison killed one of her children at the jail and tried to kill another, Lillo Di Mauro, the head of the Consulta Penitenziaria watchdog, said on Tuesday. "The attack is said to have taken place in the nursery section, where children aged up to three years are hosted," Di Mauro said. The victim was a four-month-old girl while the injured child is a 20-month-old boy. The second child was badly injured and has been taken to hospital in a critical condition, sources said. He has been placed on life support after suffering critical brain injuries, hospital sources said. The woman, a German national, throw both of the children down a flight of steps, sources said. She was admitted to Rebibbia on August 27, sources said. Justice Minister Alfonso Bonafede went to Rome's Bambino Gesù Hospital where the boy is being treated. The minister spoke to the doctors and the president of the institute. The justice ministry went on to open an internal inquiry into the incident. "I can only say that the ministry has opened an internal probe to see who was responsible," he said. Warders' union SPP said "keeping children in jail is torture". "This tragedy could have been averted and others must be averted," said SPP chief Aldo Di Giacomo. "Children shouldn't be kept in prison: for them it is a torture; it's not possible for something like this to happen. "The minister must intervene".

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