Fimuicello's Mayor Ennio Scridel delivers his speech during a candle lights procession to honor the memory of Giulio Regeni in his hometown of Fiumicello, Italy, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Paolo Giovannini)
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As Italy prepared to bury Giulio Regeni on Friday, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi warned Egypt its friendship was on the line over the probe into the student's unexplained death in Cairo.Renzi said Egypt was cooperating with Rome's demand that Italian investigators be involved in the investigation into the death of the 28-year-old whose torture-scarred body was discovered dumped in a ditch on the outskirts of the Egyptian capital on Feb. 3 .According to media reports, the Italian team in Cairo have questioned an Egyptian national who has testified that he saw a foreigner being bundled into a police van close to Regeni's house around the time he disappeared on Jan. 25 .
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