Bullets mailed to Italian PM, politicians

By REUTERS
December 16, 2011 15:57

 
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ROME - Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, politicians and newspaper editors have been sent letters containing bullets and threats over government austerity measures, police said on Friday.

In the latest episode of mailed threats in Italy, police said they intercepted 10 envelopes at a postal sorting office in Catanzaro in the southern region of Calabria.

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