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A giant tornado in Italy has left two people dead in the latest nature disaster to hit the country.
The whirlwind uprooted trees, overturned cars and damaged buildings when it lashed Ladispoli on the coast north of Rome.
The tornado struck as Italy continues to grapple with the damage done to central regions by three powerful earthquakes in just over two months, the most recent of which was the magnitude 6.6 Norcia quake, on October 30.
Italian priest Father Giovanni Cavalcoli provoked outrage when he said the seismic shocks were 'divine punishment' for same-sex civil unions 'offending the family' and the 'dignity of marriage'.