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Davos
IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

 
Rome
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Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
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Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Milan
Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

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Bologna
Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

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Rome
Cold snap set to hit Italy

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Rome
Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

 

Rome

'Circeo massacre' case reopened

Body believed to be that of Andrea Ghira to be exhumed in Spain

'Circeo massacre' case reopened

Rome, January 15 - A notorious 1975 case of rape, torture and murder at the plush Circeo resort south of Rome was reopened Friday when the body of one of the perpetrators, Andrea Ghira, was ordered to be exhumed in the Spanish North African city of Melilla where he was buried under a false name. The latest DNA technology will be used to definitively establish that the body is that of Ghira, who was buried as Maximo Testa De Andres. An initial DNA test in 2005 identified it as Ghira but Italian prosecutors now want to be absolutely sure he is dead and not hiding somewhere. The case was reopened after a report by a missing persons show on RAI TV, 'Chi l'ha visto'' (Who Has Seen Him?). Ghira and two other neo-Fascists, Angelo Izzo and Gianni Guido, were handed life-sentences in July 1976 for murdering 19- year-old Maria Rosaria Lopez and attempting to murder Donatella Colasanti after torturing and raping them at a villa owned by Ghiri's father at Circeo, a wealthy seaside resort about 100km south of Rome. The three, all from well-off and well-connected families in Rome's Parioli neighbourhood, all managed to elude justice for several years, some by escaping abroad.

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