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Freed hostages return to Italy from Libya

Gino Pollicardo (C) and Filippo Calcagno (R), two Italians kidnapped last July in Libya, are welcomed by Italy's Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni (L) at Ciampino airport in Rome on March 6, 2016Two Italians kidnapped last July in Libya returned to Italy on Sunday to a mute homecoming, amid questions over why two others snatched with them were killed. Gino Pollicardo, 55, and Filippo Calcagno, 65, were met by relieved relatives at Rome’s Ciampino airport in the early hours and were whisked away to be debriefed by Italy’s foreign ministry and intelligence services. Italian media reports suggested all four had been close to being freed, before plans went awry.

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