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Migrant hired after handing in wallet with 900 euros

 
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7 of 10 gynecologists conscientious objectors agst abortion

7 of 10 gynecologists conscientious objectors agst abortion

 
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Cloistered nuns return to quake zone, in container

Cloistered nuns return to quake zone, in container

 
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Calenda launches pro-EU list

Calenda launches pro-EU list

 
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Carige asks State guarantee for 2 bn in bonds

 
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Treccani adds Sordi to Italian biographical dictionary

Treccani adds Sordi to Italian biographical dictionary

 
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Italy shd work to defend EU, Schaeuble to Mattarella

 
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Soccer: Koulibaly appeal agst 2-match ban turned down

Soccer: Koulibaly appeal agst 2-match ban turned down

 
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Society splits if wealth not shared - pope

Society splits if wealth not shared - pope

 
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Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

Woman's charred body found in wood near Brescia

 
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Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

Merkel lauds Italy Libya line

 

Rome

Macedonian expelled for 'terror prevention' says Alfano

Ljimani Redjep 'A radicalized anti-Western Salafist'

Macedonian expelled for 'terror prevention' says Alfano

Rome, January 13 - Interior Minister Angelino Alfano on Wednesday ordered a Macedonian national who had been living in Italy since 1998 expelled for reasons of "terrorism prevention". Police removed 39-year-old Ljimani Redjep from his home near the northern city of Treviso on Wednesday morning. Alfano said Redjep had been in contact with radical Wahabi Islamists in the Balkans who are "strongly hostile to Western customs and traditions". "(Redjep) has a deep knowledge of jihadism and is a strict observer of the rigid dictates of Salafist doctrine," said Alfano. The man was radicalized and was becoming "progressively anti-Western", Alfano said, citing Redjep's refusal to sign a letter of solidarity to France from Islamic associations in Italy condemning the November 2015 Islamist terror attacks in Paris. Redjep's son reportedly expressed support for the Paris attacks in the classroom, saying things like "now let's go to Rome and kill the pope" and "long live ISIS (Islamic State terror group)", the interior ministry said.

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