Appeal Council rejects the extradition of two students to Italy

8 January 2016
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The Appeals Council on Friday rejected the request of the Italian authorities for the extradition of two out of five students, in relation to a demonstration against the EXPO 2015 in Milan in May.

The decision on another two students will be announced later in the day.

The Italian authorities have issued a European warrant for the arrest of five students over charges of causing “damages” and “aggravated resistance”, which entail a prison sentence of 8 to 15 years.

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