Italy expels a Moroccan man over extremist vision of Islam

Police in Turin. / DR
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The Italian Interior Ministry has announced that it had expelled two suspected extremists from the country, including a Moroccan national, American news agency Associated Press (AP) wrote on Monday.

The Moroccan suspect is a 24-year-old who was living in Turin, the ministry said. According to the police, the Moroccan has alleged links to another Moroccan who was «convicted of association with the aim of terrorism».

The other suspected extremist, expelled from Italy, is a 19-year-old Bangladeshi imam who has a «radical vision of Islam».

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