'I need to go home', says Italian marine detained in India

(AGI) New Delhi, Sept 6 - While recovering from dengue fever,Italian Marine rifleman, Salvatore Girone, renewed his wish toreturn to Italy. "It is important for me to go home," he toldAGI, the Italian news media, during a telephone conversation onSunday. "I'm still convalescing and when you fall ill, you feela greater need to go home and be with your family," he said.Girone, who is detained in India after a shooting incident inwhich two Indian fishermen died, was discharged at the end ofAugust, after spending a few days in a New Delhi hospital.

(AGI) New Delhi, Sept 6 - While recovering from dengue fever,Italian Marine rifleman, Salvatore Girone, renewed his wish toreturn to Italy. "It is important for me to go home," he toldAGI, the Italian news media, during a telephone conversation onSunday. "I'm still convalescing and when you fall ill, you feela greater need to go home and be with your family," he said.Girone, who is detained in India after a shooting incident inwhich two Indian fishermen died, was discharged at the end ofAugust, after spending a few days in a New Delhi hospital.Massimiliano Latorre, the other marine involved in the incidentthat has turned into a judicial Odyssey to be solved by aninternational arbitration tribunal, is in Italy to receivemedical treatment and has been authorised to stay home untilthe end of January. (AGI) Bia. .