- Italy sends plane to extradite fugitive former militant Cesare Battisti after arrest in Bolivia The Telegraph
- Italian fugitive Cesare Battisti caught in Bolivia after decades on the run Sky News
- Cesare Battisti arrest highlights rightwing alliance of Italy and Brazil The Guardian
- Bolsonaro sends captured Italian fugitive to Salvini as 'a little gift' CNN
- Radical Italian leftwinger captured after nearly 40 years on run Financial Times
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Cesare Battisti, the Italian militant who spent decades on the run after being convicted of four murders in the 1970s, has been captured in Bolivia and will be extradited to Italy, authorities in Brazil and Italy said on Sunday.
Cesare Battisti was convicted in absentia after escaping prison in Italy in 1982 where he was charged with four murders.
Matteo Salvini celebrates likely extradition of leftwing militant by Jair Bolsonaro