One of the last remaining members of Italy's tumultuous "Years of Lead" - a period in the 1970s that saw radical leftist terrorists wreak havoc on the Italian public was extradited from South America and handed over to Italian authorities after four decades on the run.
Cesare Battisti, a former member of the militant leftist terrorist group the Armed Proletarians for Communism that committed terror acts in Italy in the mid-to-late 1970s, fled Italy for France in 1981 after serving two years of ...


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