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Italian unions hail "landmark" decision

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Italian unions hail "landmark" decision


An Italian court has found a top executive of the Thyssen-Krupp steelmaker guilty of murder, and given him 16 and a half years in prison. The company’s Italian director and five other executives were found guilty of a 2007 factory fire that killed seven workers. The other executives were found guilty of manslaughter and given sentences of up to 13 and a half years.

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