Italians advised not to go to Madagascar
Tourists on island told to be careful, not go out at night04 October, 15:30
(ANSA) - Rome, October 4 - The Italian foreign ministry on Friday advised Italians not to travel to Madagascar after mobs lynched three people including an Italian they thought were trafficking human organs Thursday.
Italians on the island should be careful where they go during the day and not go out at night, the ministry said. It said public order appeared to be returning to normal.
Residents on the northwest Madagascar tourist island of Nosy Be went on a day-long rampage after a missing eight-year-old was reportedly found dead, killing Palermo native Roberto Gianfalla and a French tourist, Sébastien Judalet, as well as an unidentified local man.
They burned the bodies on a beach.