Hundreds of officers of Italy’s military police force arrested 72 alleged Naples mafia members who are suspected of having sold cocaine all over the Naples area, mainly near churches, schools and arcades, Napoli Today reported on Monday.
Italian authorities seized on Monday assets worth €20 million from a family accused of extortions, racketeering and counterfeiting cigarettes and oil in the city of Naples.
On Tuesday, Italian police arrested fugitive Camorra boss Alessandro Giannelli and several members of a group connected to a clan of the Camorra known as the Moccia, according to a statement on Feb. 9 from Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano.
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