Mercoledì, 17 Ottobre 2018

Students mark Falcone murder aboard 'lawfulness' ships


Palermo, May 23 - Thousands of Italian students
sailed to Palermo on Wednesday aboard so-called 'ships of
lawfulness' to mark the 21st anniversary of the slaying of
anti-Mafia magistrate Giovanni Falcone.
An estimated 3,000 students and teachers arrived in the
Sicilian capital from the ports of Naples and Civitavecchia on
board two ships, one named after Falcone, the other after his
slain colleague Paolo Borsellino.
They were greeted by a large group of Sicilian students,
politicians and family members of the magistrates'.
Falcone was killed along with his wife and three bodyguards
on May 23, 1992, when a bomb exploded on the Trapani-Palermo
highway near Capaci in Sicily.
Two months later, Borsellino was killed by the Mafia in a
car bomb attack in Palermo, which left five of his bodyguards
dead and 20 people injured.

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