Targeting an Italian mafia organization operating in Italy, South America, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, authorities arrested on Wednesday 90 people suspected of criminal association, drug trafficking, and money laundering.
Police arrested 24 suspected Ndrangheta associates and seized 10 million euros (US$11.3 million) in assets following an investigation that uncovered shady health care industry arrangements between politicians and a local mafia clan, La Repubblica reported Monday.
An Italian national with ties to Canadian chapters of the ‘Ndrangheta mafia has been found guilty of corruption and sentenced to 30 years in prison in Italy, The Toronto Star reported Wednesday.
Italian police arrested on Friday one of the most well-known ‘Ndrangheta bosses in an isolated hut in a village in southern Calabria. Giuseppe Pelle has been wanted since 2016 when he received a 2.5-year prison sentence for attempted extortion and being associated to organized crime.
In the largest operation of the last 23 years against the 'Ndrangheta, authorities in Italy and Germany have since Monday evening arrested 170 people affiliated with the criminal organization’s Farao-Marincola clan of the Calabrian Crotone area.
Italian police arrested on Tuesday the mayor of a city near Milan, accusing him of corruption, which authorities revealed during a wide-ranging investigation into the ‘Ndrangheta’s ramifications in Northern Italy.
Rocco Morabito, 51, was one of those ‘Ndrangheta members who were good enough in trafficking cocaine from Latin America to Europe without being caught for decades.
An armed group, allegedly led by a "former mafia boss," is preventing migrant boats from leaving Libya for Italy, media reported Monday.
An Italian hardcore football fanatic who allegedly jumped to his death last July may have been murdered for helping the secret services to investigate mafia infiltration into Juventus fandom, his ex-wife told La Repubblica Monday.
Italian police arrested 54 suspects and seized assets worth €8 million from a massive drug trafficking organization related to the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta crime group on Tuesday.
Italian police captured the leader of a clan of the notorious ‘Ndrangheta crime group on Thursday, ending a six-year run in which he evaded the law.
Police in Italy launched nationwide raids on Tuesday uncovering what they said was involvement of the country’s 'Ndrangheta criminal organization in Milan’s Expo 2015, a massive event held from May to October last year that has been sullied by a number of cases involving infiltration by organized crime groups.
Italian police arrested on Thursday the scion of a powerful dynasty in the 'Ndrangheta criminal organization after a years-long manhunt.
Ernesto Fazzalari, 46, a mob boss of the infamous Ndrangheta crime syndicate, was arrestedas he slept in his hideout in the Calabrian mountains in Southern Italy.
Italian tax police have seized assets worth an estimated € 500 million (almost US$ 560 million) from a group allegedly connected to Italy's 'Ndrangheta mob, the Global Times reported citing local media.
Police on Friday arrested two mob bosses who were hiding in an underground bunker in the Calabria region, according to CNN.
Italian authorities have arrested 11 people they say were running an illegal online gambling business which brought them millions of dollars in profits daily.
Italian police together with Costa Rican authorities have arrested seven people in Costa Rica, charging them with the international trafficking of cocaine.
Nysret Gashi, a suspect in the caseAn operation involving police in Italy, the United States and Spain has resulted in the arrests of 33 people and arrest warrants for six more as they attempted to crack a drug ring that allegedly brought four tons of cocaine into Europe in the past two years.
Rome police have arrested 31 suspected members of the 'Ndrangheta organized crime group, seizing more than 600 kg of cocaine and hashish, along with an arsenal of weapons.
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