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Italian Judge Orders 17 Suspects to Trial

A judge on Tuesday ordered trials for 17 suspected members of the Red Brigades for their alleged role in the 1999 slaying of a labor consultant, Italian media reported, as it emerged that the leftist terror group kept files on top figures, including Premier Silvio Berlusconi. The murder of Massimo D’Antona, who was advising the government on a bitterly contested labor reform, was the first high-profile attack by the Red Brigades after a decade of silence. Three years later, the group killed another labor consultant to the government, Marco Biagi. The judge ordered trial to begin Feb. 17 in Rome for 15 of the suspects, the reports said. Two other suspects were to be tried separately.Full Story

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