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Detained in 2012, accused Italian marine Salvatore Girone arrives home from India

Salvatore Girone, who was held in custody at the Italian embassy in Delhi, is one of two marines arrested in 2012 over the fishermen's deaths during the operation to protect an Italian oil tanker.

Kerala blames Centre for relaxation of Italian marine Girone's bail condition

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan said that the centre's wrong response is what led to the apex court's decision to relax the bail conditions of one of the two Italian marines who are accused of killing two Kerala fishermen.

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Italy marines case: Govt stand proves Modi cut deal with Italy, says Congress

Congress alleged that the Prime Minister was in contact with his Italian counterpart and was cutting a deal on the Italian marines case to falsely accuse Congress leadership on the AgustaWestland issue.

As Centre backs his plea, Italian marine allowed to go home

Girone and Latorre, who were on board Enrica Lexie, are accused of killing two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast on February 15, 2012.

Supreme Court to hear marine’s plea to return to Italy

The apex court decided to hear the plea on May 26 after Girone sought permission to go to Italy till the jurisdictional dispute is decided by International Arbitral Tribunal.

Between principle and pragmatism

In the case of the Italian marines, the ball is in the Supreme Court.

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Simply put: Setback at The Hague, but a few positives too

Indian Express explains what the order of the Arbitral Tribunal on the Italian marines case means for each of the two countries, and what lies ahead.

Marine Girone will return home 'in few weeks': Italian Defence Minister

Girone, along with another Italian marine Massimiliano Latorre on board ship 'Enrica Lexie', is accused by India of killing two of its fishermen off the Kerala coast in 2012.

Italy claims UN court ruled in its favour in marines case, India disagrees

India arrested in 2012 two Italian marines on suspicion they killed two fishermen that they had mistaken for pirates while they had been escorting an oil tanker.

Italy must return marine if India's jurisdiction is proved: UN tribunal

Girone, along with another Italian marine, Massimiliano Latorre, is facing charges of murdering two fishermen in 2012 off the Kerala coast.

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