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July 10, 2014

Two Romanians, accused of raping a Polish student in Milan
Jul 10, 2014

Two Romanians, accused of raping a Polish student in Milan.
A Romanian immigrant was arrested and another is searched internationally under the accusation of beating and raping a Polish student, in the center of Milan, Mediafax reports, quoting the site TGcom24.it. The Polish student, who is in Italy for a scholarship offered through the academic (...)
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