Martedì 22 Gennaio 2019 | 13:35

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Rome
We'll protect weakest if recession comes - Di Maio (2)

We'll protect weakest if recession comes - Di Maio (2)

 
Turin
Soccer: 'Everything perfect' - Ronaldo after Madrid hearing

Soccer: 'Everything perfect' - Ronaldo after Madrid hearing

 
Rome
Govt nominates comedy actor Lino Banfi to UNESCO committee

Govt nominates comedy actor Lino Banfi to UNESCO committee

 
Rome
Di Maio distances M5S from Senator's anti-Semitic tweet

Di Maio distances M5S from Senator's anti-Semitic tweet

 
Rome
Soccer: Juve thump Chievo, return nine points clear

Soccer: Juve thump Chievo, return nine points clear

 
Rome
France among those who take wealth from Africa says Salvini

France among those who take wealth from Africa says Salvini

 
Rome
Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour

Probe shows exploited migrants paid just 3 euros per hour

 
Rome
Migrants rescued at sea should be returned to Libya -Salvini

Migrants rescued at sea should be returned to Libya -Salvini

 
Palermo
Operation targets new Cosa Nostra 'Cupola'

Operation targets new Cosa Nostra 'Cupola'

 
Genoa
Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

 
Davos
IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

 

Milan

Man arrested over Macchi cold-case murder (2)

Suspect allegedly stabbed fellow student after rape

Man arrested over Macchi cold-case murder (2)

Milan, January 15 - A man was arrested on Friday on suspicion of murdering Lidia Macchi, a student who was stabbed to death in the northern town of Cittiglio, near Varese, in January 1987. The suspect has been named as Stefano Binda. He is a former fellow student of the high-school that Macchi attended, sources said. Her body was found in a forest with 29 stab wounds after she had gone missing following a visit to a friend in hospital. Investigators believe Binda raped Macchi and then killed her because he convinced himself that she had let herself be taken and this was against his religious beliefs. Both the man and the victim were followers of the Communion and Liberation (CL) lay Catholic movement, according to the sources. The case was reopened in 2013. A key part of the process of identifying the suspect was the results of analysis of the handwriting of an anonymous letter sent to Macchi's family on the day of her funeral containing disturbing references to the murder.

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