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  • Italian prosecutors had issued arrest warrants for 41 people in Italy, Germany, Canada and Australia on suspicion of criminal association with the so-called 'ndrangheta, which Italian authorities call an organized-crime group that is based in the southern Italian region of Calabria.

    Italy Police Arrest Dozens In Organized-Crime Probe

  • Italian police arrested dozens of people suspected of links to Italy's most powerful drug-trafficking organization—the so-called 'ndrangheta—as part of a campaign to weaken the international network.

    World Watch

  • It also shed light on the 'ndrangheta's power hierarchy, exposing a more centralized and pyramid-like organization than previously thought.

    Italy Arrests Hundreds In Mafia Sweep

  • The man believed to be the 'ndrangheta's top boss, Domenico Oppedisano, was picked up in Rosarno, a small coastal town in Calabria, the southern region where the organization is based, police said.

    Italy Arrests Hundreds In Mafia Sweep

  • Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said the sweep struck at the heart of the 'ndrangheta's organization and finances.

    Italy Arrests Hundreds In Mafia Sweep

  • The man believed to be the 'ndrangheta's top boss, Domenico Oppedisano, was picked up earlier in the day in Rosarno, a small coastal town in Calabria, the southern region where the organization is based, police said.

    Big anti-crime sweep in Italy

  • "Given his role, seniority and the importance of events he knew, he had risen to the ranks of one of the 'ndrangheta's most important figures," said top police official Renato Cortese.

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  • Tegano is regarded as one of the few remaining mobsters of the 'ndrangheta's old guard.

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  • Arms trafficking, including smuggling in weapons from the former Yugoslavia, has long been one of the 'ndrangheta's rackets, along with systematic extortion of local businesses.

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  • But some turncoats have been emerging from the 'ndrangheta's ranks.

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