Italian logistics manager shot in Iraq's Basra
The man was from Italian-Iraqi joint venture Sama Alimad
Gunmen shot and wounded the manager of a logistics company in Basra, Iraq, on Sunday, according to security officials and a company source.
Carlo Morandi from the Italian-Iraqi joint venture Sama Alimad was shot twice while withdrawing money from a bank and taken to hospital for surgery, Reuters reports.
Officials said the Italian national's injuries are not life-threatening.
Basra police spokesman Colonel Kareem al-Zaidi called the incident "criminal, not terrorist".