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The Italian woman found dead in Dakhla died from drowning, autopsy finds

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An autopsy has found that the Italian woman, who was found dead in a Dakhla beach earlier this month, died from drowning.

According to Italian newspaper Il Giornale Di Vicenza, sources close to her family, who visited Morocco, confirmed that a post mortem examination confirmed the findings.  

«The Moroccan authorities believe that the woman may have been betrayed by the big waves. The body was found after more than 24 hours of search operation», the same source said.

For the record, Eva Valerio was found dead on a beach in Dakhla when she was holidaying with a friend in a camper.

According to Italian news agency ANSA, her friend alerted about her disappearance after he realized that she had been missing for two days.

The 30-year-old woman from Thiene, a city in the province of Vicenza, in northern Italy, was found dead at the Boutalha beach.

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