Pope Benedict XVI visits a site 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
epa02656227 Pope Benedict XVI signs the register of distinguished visitors at a site 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, on 27 March 2011. At left Rome's Chief Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni. Pope Benedict XVI paid homage to the victims at a ceremony marking the 67th anniversary of the massacre. Some 75 of those killed were Jews. EPA/OSSERVATORE ROMANO/POOL
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