Prosecutor Maurizio Romanelli talks during a news conference to illustrate an anti-terrorism operation, in Milan, Italy, Thursday, April 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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Italian police have arrested four suspects in a foreign fighter investigation, including a Moroccan-born man living in Italy who had received ISIS orders to carry out attacks on Rome during Holy Year, prosecutors said Thursday.While prosecutors gave no indication that attacks were imminent, Romanelli said authorities acted quickly to close the investigation, arresting four people in the northern Lombardy region and issuing arrest warrants for two others believed to be in ISIS territory.Romanelli said that man, identified as Mohamed Koraichi, had become an ISIS fighter and had communicated the orders to carry out attacks in Italy while making arrangements for the other family to join ISIS.
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