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Stefania Buonpensiero, a worker from the Italian trade union central Italian General Confederation of Labor (CGIT), suffered a serious attack this week after calling the attention of a man who had entered without a mask at the union offices in the city of Foggia, Italy.

After punching her in the nose that caused her to fall to the ground, the 36-year-old Malian national who has already been arrested by the Carabinieri continued to kick Buonpensiero, causing injuries all over his body.

“I was in a pool of blood, I was very scared”the woman told an Italian television station with the marks of the assault still visible on her face. “If it hadn’t been for the security guard who intervened, she might not be here.”

Buonpensiero suffers from head traumaHe has a broken nose and various bruises on his body.



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