Need to send `strong message` to India over marines issue: EU

The EU needs to send a "strong message" to India as the trial of two Italian marines for the killing of two Indian fishermen has "huge implications" for Europe`s fight against piracy, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has said.

India has ruled out death penalty for marines: Italy

India has ruled out the death penalty for two Italian marines facing trial for murdering two Indian fishermen, Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino has said.

Italian marines deserve to be home for Christmas: Envoy

The two Italian Marines facing trial in India for murder deserve to return home for Christmas, and Rome will do its utmost to achieve this, Italy`s special envoy in the case has said.

Put aside doubts on marines` trial: Khurshid to Italy

Seeking to re-assure Italy, India said any doubts on Italian marines being put on trial for committing a terror act should be set aside in case of killing of two Indian fishermen in high seas.

Declare Italian marines as absconders: Rajnath to govt

Rajnath Singh demanded that the two Italian marines involved in the killing of Indian fishermen should be declared absconders.

SC notice to Centre, Kerala on Italian govt`s plea

The Italian marines have been accused of gunning down two Indian fishermen off the southern state`s coast in February this year.

Italy moves Supreme Court in marine case

The Italian government has moved the Supreme Court seeking quashing of the criminal proceedings against its two marines charged with the murder of two Indian fishermen.

Kerala: Italian Marines case posted to June 18

The marines, engaged for security of the Italian vessel, were arrested on February 19 for opening fire and killing fishermen Jalestine and Ajesh Binki.

Marines chargesheeted; Italy ‘strongly displeased’

A Sessions Court in Kollam today rejected the bail plea of the two Italian marines.

Fishermen case: No bail to Italian marines

A Sessions Court here on Saturday rejected the bail plea of the two Italian marines arrested in connection with the killing of two Indian fishermen.

Italy for international law in marines` case

Italian Deputy Foreign Minister Staffan De Mistura on Friday described the killing of two Indian fishermen by Italian marines as "accidental".

Italian marines case: Kerala Police file chargesheet

The two Italian security officials - Latorre Massimillano and Salvatore Gironewere were arrested on February 20 for shooting dead two Indian fishermen.

Shooting incident happened in Indian waters: Govt

The two fishermen were killed when the marines, Latore Massimiliano and Salvatore Gironi, allegedly fired at their boat off Kollam coast.

Fishermen killing: 14 days JC to Italian marines

Two Italian marines charged with the killing of two Indian fishermen,
were remanded in judicial custody for 14 days by a court.

Fishermen killing: India-Italy standoff continues

Two fishermen from Kerala, were mistaken as pirates and shot dead by the crew of an Italian cargo vessel on February 15.

Our law will apply: India tells Italy

Amid increased diplomatic pressure from Italy, India stood its ground on Wednesday and reiterated that its law would hold precedence in the case of killing of two Indian fishermen allegedly by Italian naval guards.

Fishermen killing: Italian naval guards held

In a significant development in the case of death of two Indian fishermen, the Kerala police on Sunday took into custody two armed personnel of an Italian ship ‘Enrica Lexie’.

Police records statements of Italian ship`s crew

IGP K Padmakumar told reporters here that the investigating officers were recording the statements of the captain and other crew members.

Italian ship firing unacceptable: Union Minsiter

Two Indian fishermen were killed on February 15 off the Kollam coast near Kerala when armed guards of Italian ship `Enrica Lexie` fired at their boat.

Fishermen killing: Italian crew dodges questioning

In a latest twist in the Indian fishermen killing case, the Italian vessel crew has refused to be questioned by the Kerala police, reports said.