Suspects ID’ed in Italian Bombing

    Police and rescuers work after a blast near a school in Brindisi on May 19, 2012.  A 16-year-old girl died after a powerful bomb blast outside their school in the southern Italian city of Brindisi, with another seven injured, one critically. No one has claimed responsibility for the blast caused by gas canisters hidden in a container or backpacks placed near a wall of the school grounds, according to initial indications.  AFP PHOTO / DONATO FASANO        (Photo credit should read DONATO FASANO/AFP/GettyImages)

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    Two suspects have been identified in a Saturday school bombing that left at least one schoolgirl dead and six injured, officials announced Sunday. Official counts of those injured and killed have been inconsistent after the attack on a school for girls in Brindisi, Italy. Three gas cylinders were found hidden behind a trash container at the scene—they seem to have been detonated by remote control, officials said. The two suspects were reportedly caught on surveillance tape. “It’s an attack on all Italians, because schools are considered a secure area,” Fabiano Amati, regional minister for the country’s civil protection agency, told reporters. “It’s the first time in our country that a school is under attack.”

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