People gather during a candle lights procession to honor the memory of Giulio Regeni in Fiumicello, Italy, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Paolo Giovannini)
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Italy Monday warned Egypt it would not allow the fate of Giulio Regeni to be brushed under the carpet as anger mounted over the Cambridge University student's torture and killing in Cairo.Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said that Egypt appeared to be collaborating with a team of Italian detective and forensic investigators dispatched to Cairo.Regeni was in Egypt working on a doctoral thesis on Egyptian trade unions.Italy also has major business interests in Egypt and will need Cairo's support if a planned Italian-led peacekeeping force is sent into neighboring Libya to help stabilize the country, if and when a new national unity government is established there.Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has insisted Cairo is committed to finding the killers.
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