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Six Held in Italy Terror Probe

Police in Italy have arrested six people in connection with recent killings attributed to leftist militants. The six, arrested in pre-dawn raids, are being held over the killing of two government advisers working on labour reforms, said Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu. Mr Pisanu said the arrests had cut the main root of the Red Brigades group, which is believed to have been dormant for more than a decade until the killings of Massimo D’Antona and Marco Biagi in 1999 and 2002 respectively. The Red Brigades claimed responsibility for the killings of both men and the same gun was used in both attacks. Full Story

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