India alerts airports to stop Italy envoy

2013-03-15 12:02
Italian marines Massimiliano Latorre (R) and Salvatore Girone (L) speak to the press at Ciampino airport near Rome, in December 2012. (File, AFP)

Italian marines Massimiliano Latorre (R) and Salvatore Girone (L) speak to the press at Ciampino airport near Rome, in December 2012. (File, AFP)

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New Delhi - India's home ministry has put the country's airports on alert to prevent the Italian ambassador leaving the country amid a dispute over two Italian marines who skipped bail while on trial in New Delhi, a ministry source said on Friday.

The source quoted an order faxed to immigration authorities as saying: "Immigration authorities have been alerted that Daniele Mancini should not leave without permission."

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