Italy: More arrests in Milan bombing

Italy: More arrests in Milan bombing

Two suspects and alleged accomplices were arrested early on Tuesday in connection with the attack against army barracks by a Libyan man, Mohammed Game, in the northern Italian city of Milan on Monday.

Italian media reports say an Egyptian and a Libyan were arrested by police after they interrogated friends and family members. The Egyptian man helped Game reach the barracks, while the Libyan suspect helped Game in finding the explosives.

More than 100 kilogrammes of explosives containing ammonium nitrate were seized at a house near Game's.

Meanwhile, Game's wife Giovanna said she was "shocked" by the news and would have never suspected he could carry out a terror attack.


Source: AKI (English)

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