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Italy seeks terror suspect arrest

Italy has asked Nicaragua to extradite the final Red Brigades fugitive in the 1978 murder of former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro. Alessio Casimirri fled to Nicaragua in 1983 when the left-wing Sadinista Front governed the country. He was convicted in his absence of the kidnap and murder of Moro in 1991, but has denied any involvement. The Red Brigades, a far-left militant group, was blamed for a series of attacks in Italy in the 1970s and 80s. Italy tried to extradite Mr Casimirri in the early 1990s without success. But following the arrest in Egypt of his ex-wife, Rita Algranati, last month, along with another Red Brigades member, the Italian foreign ministry decided to renew its efforts. Full Story

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