African migrants injured in Italian drive-by shootings
04 February, 2018, 02:17 | Author: Diane Mills
Several foreign nationals have been injured in an incident where an armed man opened fire on people in a series of drive-by shootings in a central town in Italy, police say, Press TV reported.
According to the Il Resto del Carlino newspaper, the man - a 28-year-old local with links to the populist Northern League - fired his first shots around the Via dei Velini area and then proceeded to drive his black Alfa Romeo 147 auto around the city centre, targeting immigrants.
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Police had warned people to stay inside while the shootings were ongoing. A judge on Saturday confirmed the arrest of the main suspect, identified as 29-year-old Innocent Oseghale. He was said to have been wearing an Italian flag draped over his shoulder as he was arrested.
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