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Brescia
Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

 
Berlin
Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

 
Afragola
Mayor not applying decree doesn't bother me - Salvini

Mayor not applying decree doesn't bother me - Salvini

 
Rome
Roberto Tomasi tapped as ASPI CEO

Roberto Tomasi tapped as ASPI CEO

 
Genoa
Genoa bridge to be open by April 15 2020 - Bucci

Genoa bridge to be open by April 15 2020 - Bucci

 
Berlin
Mattarella reassures Merkel on Italy reforms

Mattarella reassures Merkel on Italy reforms

 
Milan
4 get up to 9 yrs for hurting Ventura son

4 get up to 9 yrs for hurting Ventura son

 
Berlin
Merkel lauds Conte's 'calm' style

Merkel lauds Conte's 'calm' style

 
Turin
Migrant killed at Turin ex Olympic village

Migrant killed at Turin ex Olympic village

 
Milan
Analysts revise TIM outlook and await plan, stocks plunge

Analysts revise TIM outlook and await plan, stocks plunge

 
Urbino
Cardiologist nabbed for abusing patients

Cardiologist nabbed for abusing patients

 

New Delhi

Hearing due at Indian court on Italian marine's leave

Italy says Latorre will not be going back to India

Hearing due at Indian court on Italian marine's leave

New Delhi, January 12 - India's Supreme Court will hold a hearing on Wednesday ahead of the expiry of the leave awarded to Massimiliano Latorre, one of two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen during an anti-piracy mission in 2012. New Delhi allowed Latorre to return to Italy for health treatment after he had a stroke in 2014. The head of the Italian Senate's defence committee Nicola Latorre said on Tuesday that the marine would not return to 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. The hearing at the supreme court is due to take place on Wednesday afternoon, and it will take into account an order by the Hamburg-based sea-law court for both countries to stop legal action. The other marine, Salvatore Girone, is not permitted to leave India. Italian Senator Latorre said work was being done on the possibility of requesting his return to Italy as well.

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