<p>Media wait for the arrival of Egypitian authorities and police officers at a police station to meet Italian prosecutors over the slaying of Italian graduate student Giulio Regeni, in Rome, Thursday, April 7, 2016. Regeni, 28, an Italian doctoral student disappeared in Cairo on Jan. 25, the anniversary of Egypt's 2011 uprising, a day when security forces were on high alert and on the streets in force to prevent any demonstrations or protests. His body, stabbed repeatedly and exhibiting cigarette burns and other signs of torture, was reported found on Feb. 3. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)</p>
ROME (AP) — Italy says it is recalling its ambassador from Cairo for "urgent" consultations as Rome presses to learn the "truth" in the torture and slaying of an Italian graduate student in Egypt.
The Foreign Ministry said Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni made the decision after two days of meetings in Rome between visiting Egyptian investigators and Italian prosecutors and police regarding the slaying of 28-yaer-old Giulio Regeni.