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Category:2003 anime television series Category:Comedy anime and manga Category:Go! Animate Category:Shogakukan manga Category:Seinen manga Category:TV Tokyo shows Category:Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation showsSicily, the “drowned island”, could be about to take on a life of its own. According to the island’s mayor, a group of citizens have been locked away by the police on suspicion of possessing, not just guns, but also explosives and drugs. “Somewhere in there there is the potential to start a group in that community and this island becomes the new frontier,” says Corriere di Sicilia, a leading national newspaper. The city of Agrigento, in the province of the same name, is gripped by the wave of protest and civil disobedience, sparked by the arrest of a young man in the rural hill town. The activists, who have thrown up barricades and scuffled with the police, demand the release of the suspect, Giuseppe Zaia, 24, who has been held for almost a week. His arrest took place on 4 July and was linked to a series of bombings in the Agrigento area last summer, which left several people dead. At a press conference on Sunday, the mayor of Agrigento, Luigi de Magistris, revealed that Zaia was arrested at the request of the United States embassy in Sicily, where he is from, on “suspicion of membership of an international terrorist organisation”. He said that the suspect was also charged with crimes including “involving explosives and substances able to cause explosions”. Citizens demonstrated in the town square, with protests continuing over the weekend. On Saturday, a group of demonstrators lay down on the main street in protest. One of them, Alessandro Dessì, said the protest was led by the Local Committee of Anti-Terrorism, which he said had been set up “by some citizens for a reason”. Sicily has been in turmoil for years, particularly during the late 1980s and early 1990s, when there were some 300 mafia-related killings a year in the city of Palermo alone. In 1991, the Sicilian mafia was blamed for the bombing of a hotel in Bologna, Italy. Hundreds of criminals were arrested. ac619d1d87


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