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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Italy School Bombings: Suspects identified in blast outside school in Italy

Rome (CNN) -- Two suspects in a fatal bombing outside a school in Italy have been identified, a prosecutor said.

The suspects were caught on surveillance footage early Saturday, the day of the blast, said Marco Dinapoli, attorney general in Brindisi province.

At least one girl died and half a dozen were injured following the explosion outside the school in the southern Italian city of Brindisi, authorities said.

Officials have given conflicting accounts about the number killed and injured.

Daniela Buccoliero, an official at the Prefecture of Brindisi, a local office of the interior ministry, said a 16-year-old girl had died and another six students are injured, two of them seriously.

Brindisi Mayor Mimmo Consales and Fabiano Amati, regional minister for Italy's civil protection agency, said there had been two deaths as a result of the blast. Read More