Court allows marine to stay in Italy

Italian Marines are accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012. 
The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that a second Italian marine accused of killing two fishermen can stay in his home country pending a ruling on whether he should be tried in New Delhi.
Two marines are accused of shooting the fishermen while protecting an Italian oil tanker off Kerala in 2012, in a long-running case that has soured relations between the countries. Massimiliano Latorre was allowed to travel back to Italy in 2014 for treatment after suffering a stroke, with India stipulating that he return.
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Source: gulf-times.com

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