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Two American Students Accuse Italian Police of Rape

Italy's defense minister has said there is "some basis" to allegations by the two students that they were raped in Florence by Carabinieri police officers.
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Two American Students Accuse Italian Police of Rape

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Italy's defense minister has said there is "some basis" to allegations by the two students that they were raped in Florence by Carabinieri police officers.
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