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Red Brigades Suspect Seized After Rome Cache Find

Italian police arrested a suspected member of the Red Brigades urban guerrilla group on Monday whom they accuse of renting a basement in Rome where a 220-pound cache of explosives was found two days before. Police discovered the explosives on Saturday in what the interior minister hailed as a key advance in the probe into two political murders claimed by the group, a modern incarnation of the original Red Brigades who terrorized Italy in the 1970s. The hideout also contained pistols and hand grenades, false identity papers and the original document claiming responsibility for one of the murders. It had been rented in the name of Diana Blefari Melazzi, a 35-year-old Roman woman, whom police arrested at a seaside villa in the province of Rome in a raid before dawn on Monday. Full Story

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