CORRIERE DELLA SERA (Italy)
MILAN - Police have seized a seaside hotel complex on the Sicilian island of Pantelleria believed to have belonged to the family of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
Valued at 20 million euros, the resort and adjoining terrain is part of some 1.3 billion euros worth of Italian property held by the ex Libyan strongman, reports Corriere della Sera. Overthrown and killed last year by pro-democracy rebels, Gaddafi had holdings that included stakes in Italian bank Unicredit, energy giant Eni, Fiat automaker and Turin's soccer team Juventus, which was just crowned champion of Italy's Serie A league.
See slideshow of hotel property seized.
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