Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

Milan considers military presence after spate of violence


Milan, May 21 - Some 140 police and Carabinieri
agents have been added "indefinitely" to existing forces in
Milan and authorities are considering a military presence in the
city following a recent spate of violence, Interior Minister
Angelino Alfano said Tuesday.
"Safety in Milan is a national priority," Alfano said
following a meeting with a specially-formed security committee
that included Milano Mayor Giuliano Pisapia, National Deputy
Police Chief Alessandro Marangoni, Milan Prefect Camillo
Andreana and Milan Police Superintendent Luigi Savina.
"We believe that if the city is not free from fear, then
its citizens are not free," Alfanco said.
Tuesday's meeting was spurred by recent wave of violent
crimes in Milan including a pickaxe rampage by a Ghanian
immigrant two weeks ago that left three dead and a midday
Molotov-cocktail robbery on Tuesday in the city center that
injured two.

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