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US denies deliberately shooting at freed Italian

October 1, 2018
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The Bush administration has dismissed allegations that American soldiers deliberately targeted an Italian journalist who had just been freed from her Iraqi kidnappers An Italian secret service age (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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A funeral service with full military honours has begun in central Rome for the Italian secret service agent killed by US gunfire as he rescued a hostage in Iraq Mourners applauded as the coffin (ABC News — 7 March, 2005)
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Italy did not pay a ransom to free the hostage shot by American soldiers, the Italian Government insisted yesterday in its first official denial it has paid off terrorists in Iraq. (The Australian — 11 March, 2005)
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Italy has honoured the secret service agent killed by US gunfire in Iraq with a state funeral in Rome Nicola Calipari was killed by US troops as he ushered a released hostage journalist Giuliana S (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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Italian prosecutors want US troops in Baghdad to hand over the car and satellite phones used by the secret agent killed by US soldiers while escorting a freed hostage to safety this week. (The Australian — 22 hours ago)
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Italy called last night for US troops to be punished for killing an Italian secret agent without provocation or warning as he escorted a freed hostage to Baghdad airport. (The Australian — 9 March, 2005)
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Hundreds of mourners have attended a full state funeral for an Italian secret service agent shot dead by U.S. gunfire after helping to free an Italian journalist held hostage in Iraq. (CNN — 8 March, 2005)
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Rome demands the US punish those who killed an Italian agent in Iraq, as tensions over the death mount. (BBC News — 9 March, 2005)
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The prime minister on Wednesday disputed Washington’s version of the events leading to the killing of an Italian intelligence agent by U.S. troops in Baghdad, saying the agent had notified the proper authorities that he was on his way to the airport after winning the release of a hostage. (Washington Post — 10 March, 2005)
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The US was only partially informed about an Italian intelligence operation to free journalist Giuliana Sgrena in Iraq, an Italian general said in a report quoted by La Repubblica newspaper today. (The Australian — 22 hours ago)
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Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has faced a public and political outcry since American soldiers fatally shot an Italian intelligence agent. (New York Times — 10 March, 2005)
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