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Macerata

(mächārä`tä), town (1991 pop. 43,040), capital of Macerata prov., in the Marche, central Italy. It is an agricultural and light industrial center. Macerata was ruled by the papacy from the mid-15th cent. to 1797. It retains its medieval walls and has a university that was founded in 1290.
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The League leader "robustly and vigorously represents a specific part of the country, the interests of the people of the North", he says, but for the first time The League left a mark in Central Italy, especially in Macerata.
Last month a man with neo-Nazi sympathies and ties to the League opened fire on African migrants in the city of Macerata, wounding six before he was captured.
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This month, a far-right activist who once ran as a Northern League candidate opened fire on migrants in Macerata.
Cette frenesie extremiste qui couvait lentement depuis un bon moment au vu de lab multitude de petites formations extremistes se serait subitement emparee, avec force, des electeurs italiens apres l'attentat de Macerata durant lequel un jeune homme repondant au nom de Luca Traini avait tire a l'aide d'une arme a feu sur un rassemblement de personnes de couleur et blesse six d'entre elles.
The Carabinieri commander of Macerata, Col Michele Roberti, told Sky TG24 on Sunday that the suspect, Luca Traini, demonstrated no remorse for the two-hour shooting spree on Saturday that wounded five men and one woman, all African migrants.
Italian police on Saturday arrested a man accused of what is believed to be a racially motivated shooting that left six African migrants injured in the central city of Macerata.
Authorities identified the suspect, who was arrested in the central Italian city of Macerata, as Luca Traini, a 28-year-old Italian with no previous record.
Five men and a woman were hurt when a gunman opened fire in the central Italian town of Macerata in what appeared to be a racially motivated attack.
The suspect's motive was not immediately clear, but the city of Macerata is still reeling from the gruesome killing of a young Italian woman days ago, allegedly at the hands of a Nigerian immigrant.
Rome - An Italian man opened fire on African migrants in the central city of Macerata on Saturday, injuring six people before he was captured, in what police said was a racially motivated attack.
Summary: Macerata [Italy], Feb 3 (ANI): At least four Africans were injured in a series of drive-by shootings by a gunman who opened fire on passersby in northern Italy's Macerata city on Saturday.