News | Sunday, 05 July 2009
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‘Arrest me’ – Italian ambassador to police

Trabalza embarks Sicilian trawler and fends off police from seizing vessel

The Italian ambassador Paolo Andrea Trabalza planted himself physically aboard an impounded fishing trawler this week, to prevent police from seizing the vessel and towing it to Haywharf.>>

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