epa02656016 Pope Benedict XVI (front) arrives at a site in an area called the Ardeatine Caves, on the outskirts of Rome where in 1944 the Nazis executed 335 Italian men and boys in retaliation for the killing by partisans of 33 German soldiers, 27 March 2011. Benedict was scheduled to pay homage to the victims at a ceremony marking the 67th anniversary of the massacre. Rome‘s Chief Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni was also set to participate. Some 75 of those killed were Jews. EPA/ETTORE FERRARI
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