Italy halts arrest vs Vatican fraud suspect

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ROME: Italy’s Supreme Court has annulled an arrest warrant for a top suspect in a historic Vatican fraud trial, news reports said on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila), citing his lawyers. Italian financier Gianluigi Torzi was arrested in London earlier this year on a warrant issued by Rome prosecutors, following Vatican and Italian investigations into an opaque London property deal. The Supreme Court annulled a lower tribunal’s ruling that upheld the warrant, according to a statement from his lawyers reported by Italian news agencies.