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Italian parliament panel implicates Egyptian security in Regeni murder

An Italian parliament panel has accused Egyptian officials of murdering Giulio Regeni in Cairo in 2016 while he was researching Egyptian labor unions.

A Italian parliament commission today accused Egyptian officials of murdering Italian student Giulio Regeni in 2016. 

The commission looked into Regeni’s death and concluded that the Egyptian security apparatus was responsible for torturing and killing the graduate student, Italy’s public broadcaster Rai reported. Parliamentarians of multiple political parties participated in the commission. They particularly implicated Egypt’s National Security Agency in Regeni’s murder, Reuters reported.

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