Italian magistrates also take phone and documents belonging to Cambridge academic who taught murdered student

Italian magistrates investigating the murder of Giulio Regeni, the doctoral student who was tortured and killed in Cairo two years ago, have seized the computer and mobile phone of his Cambridge University tutor.

Italian magistrates have worked with their Egyptian counterparts to try to solve the crime, but have often expressed frustration over the slow pace of the investigation.

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