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French court rejects extradition requests for 10 Italian Red Brigades
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Centre-left parties claim victory in Italy's mayoral elections
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Italy’s leading rail operator is allowing small pets to travel for free on trains this summer.
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Italian surgeon convicted over windpipe transplants
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