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Italian marine Latorre allowed by Supreme Court to remain in Italy

Italian marine Massimilano Latorre allowed by Supreme Court to remain in Italy till jurisdiction issue is decided.

Latorre is one of the two marines accused involved in the killing of two Indian fishermen in Kerala coast on February 15, 2012.

The court also directed the Centre to submit reports every three months on the progress of jurisdiction case at the international tribunal.

On Tuesday, the government had told the Supreme Court that it has no objection on Italy’s fresh plea seeking modification of bail conditions of marine Latorre. Which enables him remain in that country till an international tribunal decided which country had the right to try the case of killing of two Indian fishermen.

Massimiliano Latorre and Capo Salvatore Girone, were on board the Italian-flagged commercial oil tanker ‘Enrica Lexie’, when the incident happened.

Marine Sergeant Major Salvatore Girone was earlier allowed to leave India after his earlier bail conditions were relaxed.

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