Alvin is back in Italy, kidnapped by his mother and raised with ISIS


After five years Alvin returned home. Friday morning just before 8am arrived at Fiumicino airport in Rome, in the coming hours you will reach the small town of Brianza where he was born and grew up, where his father and two older sisters still live. An extraordinary international cooperation mission returned him to his family. The operation, which saw the SCIP, the police inter-force service, in action, and the Ros, a special operational grouping of the carabinieri, with the collaboration of the Albanian consulate, the Italian Red Cross and the operators of the Red Crescent, made it possible to do so arriving in Italy through a special humanitarian corridor.

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