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Senator says marine Latorre won't return to India (2)

Head of defence committee says working to bring back Girone

Senator says marine Latorre won't return to India (2)

Rome, January 12 - The head of the Senate's defence committee said Tuesday that Massimiliano Latorre, one of two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen during an anti-piracy mission in 2012, will not return to India. New Delhi allowed Latorre to return to Italy after he had a stroke in 2014 but the other marine, Salvatore Girone, is not permitted to leave India. Italy has taken the case, which has been subject to a long series of delays and caused considerable diplomatic friction between the countries, to international arbitration. "Massimiliano Latorre will not go back to India and work is being done on the possibility of requesting for Salvatore Girone to be able to return to Italy," said Senator Nicola Latorre, who is not related to the marine even though he has the same surname. Massimiliano Latorre's permit to be in Italy to receive treatment is set to expire on Friday.

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