Freed Italian told to mind 'careless' talk
Italy's Justice Minister has urged former hostage Giuliana Sgrena to stop making "careless" accusations after being shot by US forces in Baghdad, saying she had already caused enough grief.
Ms Sgrena has repeatedly suggested US soldiers shot her on purpose and said on Friday she had little faith in a joint investigation by Italy and the United States into the "friendly-fire" incident.
"She has created enormous problems for the government and also caused grief that perhaps was better avoided," Italian Justice Minister Roberto Castelli told reporters in Bologna.
Włosi wysyłaja swoich żołnierzy na zawołanie USA, USA im zabija agentów i zakładników (a może samo USA porywa). I muszą siedzieć cicho. Nawet minister sprawiedliwosci każe siedzieć cicho porwanej dzinnikarce i nic nie mówić, co by "godziło w sojusze"...
No ale jak ma byc inaczej, skoro CIA sobie hula po Włoszech i porywa ludzi z ulicy, a Włosi nic nie mogą zrobić...
Europeans probe CIA role in abductions
MILAN - A radical Egyptian cleric known as Abu Omar was walking to a Milan mosque for noon prayers in February 2003 when he was grabbed on the sidewalk by two men, sprayed in the face with chemicals and stuffed into a van. He hasn't been seen since.
Shadowy practice probed
Italian authorities suspect the Egyptian was the target of a CIA-sponsored operation known as rendition, in which terrorism suspects are forcibly taken for interrogation to countries where torture is practiced.