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On board the papal plane
Pope pays homage to late Russian journo

Pope pays homage to late Russian journo

 
Milan
Pets to be buried with owners in Lombardy

Pets to be buried with owners in Lombardy

 
Rome

Doctors urge Fico to suspend no-vax conference

 
Rome

Doctors urge Fico to suspend no-vax conference

 
Rome
Dream Europe of the people, for the people - Conte at Davos

Dream Europe of the people, for the people - Conte at Davos

 
Rome
Confident govt will last 5 yrs - Conte

Confident govt will last 5 yrs - Conte

 
Cuneo
Woman found dead with severe facial injuries

Woman found dead with severe facial injuries

 
Rome
Snow in many parts as cold snap bites

Snow in many parts as cold snap bites

 
Castelnuovo di Porto
I'll end up on street - ejected migrant with baby

I'll end up on street - ejected migrant with baby

 
Rome
Brizzi sexual violence charges dropped

Brizzi sexual violence charges dropped

 
Rome
Brizzi sexual violence charges dropped

Brizzi sexual violence charges dropped

 

Lisbon

Portugal court OKs ex-CIA agent extradition for imam snatch

De Sousa faces six years in prison in Italy

Portugal court OKs ex-CIA agent extradition for imam snatch

Lisbon, January 15 - A Lisbon court has approved the extradition to Italy of Sabrina De Sousa, an ex-CIA agent who was convicted of involvement in the abduction Muslim cleric Hassan Mustafa Omar Nasr from Milan in 2003. De Sousa, who has American and Portuguese nationality, was among 22 CIA agents convicted in Italy in the case of the rendition of the Egyptian cleric, an Islamist suspected of recruiting jihadi fighters. De Sousa's lawyer told the Associated Press that she intends to appeal to the Portuguese supreme court and, if that fails, to the Constitutional Court. Nasr, whose case led to the world's first judicial examination of the controversial practice of rendition in the so-called war on terror, got a prison term of six years for international terrorism in December 2013. De Sousa, who faces six years in prison if extradited to Italy, has said in interviews the operation had been "approved by Washington" and that she had been "abandoned" by her superiors. Portuguese authorities seized her passport, pending a decision on her extradition, after she tried to leave the country in October.

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