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SPAIN-ARRESTS/DRUGS
RTX3A3RG 
July 05, 2017 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
SPAIN-ARRESTS/DRUGS
RTX3A3R1 
July 05, 2017 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
SPAIN-ARRESTS/DRUGS
RTX3A3QR 
July 05, 2017 
A trattoria is seen strapped by Spanish Civil Guards during an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona,... 
Barcelona, Spain 
A trattoria is seen strapped by Spanish Civil Guards during an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona... 
A trattoria is seen strapped by Spanish Civil Guards during an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
SPAIN-ARRESTS/DRUGS
RTX3A3PO 
July 05, 2017 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
SPAIN-ARRESTS/DRUGS
RTX3A3PM 
July 05, 2017 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
SPAIN-ARRESTS/DRUGS
RTX3A3PF 
July 05, 2017 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona 
Spanish Civil Guards strap a Trattoria in an operation against Italian Camorra in Barcelona, Spain, July 5, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
ITALY-MAFIA/THREATS
RTSOXWG 
September 22, 2016 
Renato Natale, mayor of Casal di Principe, near Naples, poses in the council hall of Polistena, Calabria,... 
POLISTENA, Italy 
The Wider Image: Mayors' lonely stand against the mafia 
Renato Natale, mayor of Casal di Principe, near Naples, poses in the council hall of Polistena, Calabria, Italy June 24, 2016. Natale has been a target of the Camorra for twenty years. REUTERS/Tony Gentile 
POPE/
RTR4081X 
July 26, 2014 
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta, former residences of the Royal House of Bourbon,... 
Caserta, Italy 
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta in southern Italy 
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta, former residences of the Royal House of Bourbon, before leading a mass, in Caserta, southern Italy July 26, 2014. A banner behind the Pope reads " Against Camorra and Racism". REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ITALY-POPE/
RTR4080J 
July 26, 2014 
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta, former residences of the Royal House of Bourbon,... 
Caserta, Italy 
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta, former residences of the Royal House of Bourbon,... 
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the palace of Caserta, former residences of the Royal House of Bourbon, before leading a mass, in Caserta, southern Italy July 26, 2014. The banner in front of Pope Francis reads "Against Camorra and Racism".
REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION) 
ITALY-TRASH/
RTR3QSEI 
May 25, 2014 
An Italian army soldier stands next to trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In... 
Acerra, Italy 
An Italian army soldier stands next to trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy 
An Italian army soldier stands next to trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city of Naples, the Camorra organised crime group has since the 1990s taken over lucrative waste-management contracts, dumping trash from all over the country and other parts of Europe in unauthorised fields or landfills, according to testimony and documents from various legal cases. Industrial waste has often been illegally stored or burned, releasing toxins that have contaminated much of the area. Picture taken on April 15, 2014. To match Insight ITALY-TRASH/ REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MILITARY) 
ITALY-TRASH/
RTR3QSE8 
May 25, 2014 
An Italian army soldier takes a picture of trash on a road near Acerra Southern Italy, April 15, 2014.... 
Acerra, Italy 
An Italian army soldier takes a picture of trash on a road near Acerra Southern Italy 
An Italian army soldier takes a picture of trash on a road near Acerra Southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city of Naples, the Camorra organised crime group has since the 1990s taken over lucrative waste-management contracts, dumping trash from all over the country and other parts of Europe in unauthorised fields or landfills, according to testimony and documents from various legal cases. Industrial waste has often been illegally stored or burned, releasing toxins that have contaminated much of the area. Picture taken on April 15, 2014. To match Insight ITALY-TRASH/ REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MILITARY) 
ITALY-TRASH/
RTR3QSDS 
May 25, 2014 
Italian army soldiers patrol a road near Acerra Southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city... 
Acerra, Italy 
Italian army soldiers patrol a road near Acerra Southern Italy 
Italian army soldiers patrol a road near Acerra Southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city of Naples, the Camorra organised crime group has since the 1990s taken over lucrative waste-management contracts, dumping trash from all over the country and other parts of Europe in unauthorised fields or landfills, according to testimony and documents from various legal cases. Industrial waste has often been illegally stored or burned, releasing toxins that have contaminated much of the area. Picture taken on April 15, 2014. To match Insight ITALY-TRASH/ REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MILITARY) 
ITALY-TRASH/
RTR3QSDP 
May 25, 2014 
Italian army soldiers patrol a road near Acerra Southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city... 
Acerra, Italy 
Italian army soldiers patrol a road near Acerra Southern Italy 
Italian army soldiers patrol a road near Acerra Southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city of Naples, the Camorra organised crime group has since the 1990s taken over lucrative waste-management contracts, dumping trash from all over the country and other parts of Europe in unauthorised fields or landfills, according to testimony and documents from various legal cases. Industrial waste has often been illegally stored or burned, releasing toxins that have contaminated much of the area. Picture taken on April 15, 2014. To match Insight ITALY-TRASH/ REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MILITARY) 
ITALY-TRASH/
RTR3QSDJ 
May 25, 2014 
An Italian army soldier checks trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around... 
Acerra, Italy 
An Italian army soldier checks trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy 
An Italian army soldier checks trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city of Naples, the Camorra organised crime group has since the 1990s taken over lucrative waste-management contracts, dumping trash from all over the country and other parts of Europe in unauthorised fields or landfills, according to testimony and documents from various legal cases. Industrial waste has often been illegally stored or burned, releasing toxins that have contaminated much of the area. Picture taken on April 15, 2014. To match Insight ITALY-TRASH/ REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ITALY-TRASH/
RTR3QSD1 
May 25, 2014 
An Italian army soldier checks trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around... 
Acerra, Italy 
An Italian army soldier checks trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy 
An Italian army soldier checks trash on a road near Acerra, southern Italy, April 15, 2014. In and around the city of Naples, the Camorra organised crime group has since the 1990s taken over lucrative waste-management contracts, dumping trash from all over the country and other parts of Europe in unauthorised fields or landfills, according to testimony and documents from various legal cases. Industrial waste has often been illegally stored or burned, releasing toxins that have contaminated much of the area. Picture taken on April 15, 2014. To match Insight ITALY-TRASH/ REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MILITARY) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LJUI 
April 16, 2014 
Carlo Lo Russo (R), the cousin of Antonio Lo Russo leaves the Aix-en-Provence courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
Carlo Lo Russo the cousin of Antonio Lo Russo leaves the Aix-en-Provence's courthouse during the transfer... 
Carlo Lo Russo (R), the cousin of Antonio Lo Russo leaves the Aix-en-Provence courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LI54 
April 16, 2014 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LI4X 
April 16, 2014 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LI4Q 
April 16, 2014 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LI4O 
April 16, 2014 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LI4L 
April 16, 2014 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE/
RTR3LI4E 
April 16, 2014 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
Aix-En-Provence, France 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer... 
French gendarme special forces unit members secure an entrance of the courthouse during the transfer of the Naples-based Camorra mafia member Antonio Lo Russo in Aix-en-Provence April 16, 2014. Antonio Lo Russo, who was arrested in Nice yesterday by Italian and French police, is a member of the Naples-based Camorra mafia and one of Italy's 100 most-wanted fugitives. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139ON 
September 06, 2013 
A street vendor is seen in front of the train station in Scampia, a district of northern Naples, August... 
SCAMPIA, Italy 
A street vendor is seen in front of the train station in Scampia, a district of northern Naples 
A street vendor is seen in front of the train station in Scampia, a district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Scampia is one of the biggest victims of a century of neglect in southern Italy, which saw a 47 percent decline in industrial investment between 2008 and 2012 alone. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OL 
September 06, 2013 
A sign which reads, "Prohibited to enter. Under close weapon surveillance" at an orchard confiscated... 
Naples, Italy 
A sign which reads, "Prohibited to enter. Under close weapon surveillance" at an orchard confiscated... 
A sign which reads, "Prohibited to enter. Under close weapon surveillance" at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia, in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The orchard is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OK 
September 06, 2013 
Workers are carried by a tractor in an orchard of peaches confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local... 
Naples, Italy 
Workers are carried by a tractor in an orchard of peaches confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local... 
Workers are carried by a tractor in an orchard of peaches confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia, in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The orchard is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OJ 
September 06, 2013 
A worker gathers peaches at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia, in Chiaiano... 
Naples, Italy 
A worker gathers peaches at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia, in Chiaiano... 
A worker gathers peaches at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia, in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The orchard is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OI 
September 06, 2013 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, poses near cases of peach in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district... 
Naples, Italy 
Local Libera leader Corona, 32, poses near cases of peaches in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of... 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, poses near cases of peach in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Scampia is one of the biggest victims of a century of neglect in southern Italy, which saw a 47 percent decline in industrial investment between 2008 and 2012 alone. A few kms (miles) away, Corona's group Libera trains Scampia youths and young offenders as agricultural workers in a 15 hectare (34 acre) peach orchard and wine estate confiscated from a Camorra clan with links to Sicily's Cosa Nostra. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OH 
September 06, 2013 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, poses near cases of peach in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district... 
Naples, Italy 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, poses near cases of peach in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district... 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, poses near cases of peach in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Scampia is one of the biggest victims of a century of neglect in southern Italy, which saw a 47 percent decline in industrial investment between 2008 and 2012 alone. A few kms (miles) away, Corona's group Libera trains Scampia youths and young offenders as agricultural workers in a 15 hectare (34 acre) peach orchard and wine estate confiscated from a Camorra clan with links to Sicily's Cosa Nostra. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OG 
September 06, 2013 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, stands in the hall of an abandoned school in Scampia, district of... 
Naples, Italy 
Local Libera leader Corona stands in hall of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine,... 
Local Libera leader Ciro Corona, 32, stands in the hall of an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OF 
September 06, 2013 
A banner is seen on a building in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Scampia is one... 
Naples, Italy 
A banner is seen on a building in Scampia, district of northern Naples 
A banner is seen on a building in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Scampia is one of the biggest victims of a century of neglect in southern Italy, which saw a 47 percent decline in industrial investment between 2008 and 2012 alone. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OD 
September 06, 2013 
A worker carries peaches in a bucket at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia,... 
Naples, Italy 
A worker carries peaches in a bucket at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia,... 
A worker carries peaches in a bucket at an orchard confiscated from the Camorra clan, or the local mafia, in Chiaiano next to Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The orchard is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139OA 
September 06, 2013 
Graffiti is seen in a classroom at an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August... 
Naples, Italy 
Graffiti is seen in a classroom at an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples 
Graffiti is seen in a classroom at an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The organisation Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139O9 
September 06, 2013 
Syringes are seen in a basket on the floor of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine... 
Naples, Italy 
Syringes are seen in a basket on the floor of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine... 
Syringes are seen in a basket on the floor of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine and holy water containers in the crime-plagued Scampia district of northern Naples August 21, 2013. The organisation Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139O8 
September 06, 2013 
Syringes are seen in a basket on the floor of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine... 
Naples, Italy 
Syringes are seen in a basket on the floor of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine... 
Syringes are seen in a basket on the floor of an abandoned school alongside tin foil used for crack cocaine and holy water containers in the crime-plagued Scampia district of northern Naples August 21, 2013. The organisation Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139O7 
September 06, 2013 
A sign that reads, "When the Wind of Oppression Stops, the Sails Will Take Us to Happiness" is seen on... 
Naples, Italy 
A sign that reads, "When the Wind of Oppression Stops, the Sails Will Take Us to Happiness" is seen on... 
A sign that reads, "When the Wind of Oppression Stops, the Sails Will Take Us to Happiness" is seen on a building in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. Scampia is one of the biggest victims of a century of neglect in southern Italy, which saw a 47 percent decline in industrial investment between 2008 and 2012 alone. Picture taken August 21, 2013.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139O6 
September 06, 2013 
A sign reads "Rise up, the shining 2006", the year of the school's shutdown, on a window in an abandoned... 
Naples, Italy 
A sign reads "Rise up, the shining 2006", the year of the school's shutdown, on a window in an abandoned... 
A sign reads "Rise up, the shining 2006", the year of the school's shutdown, on a window in an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The organisation Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139O5 
September 06, 2013 
A view of a building typical in the area around an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern... 
Naples, Italy 
A view of a building typical in the area around an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern... 
A view of a building typical in the area around an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The organisation Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/CAMORRA
RTX139O4 
September 06, 2013 
A view of a building typical in the area around an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern... 
Naples, Italy 
A view of a building typical in the area around an abandoned school in Scampia 
A view of a building typical in the area around an abandoned school in Scampia, district of northern Naples, August 21, 2013. The organisation Libera is trying to reclaim the school in Scampia, an area of 80,000 residents said to be Europe's biggest drug market, as a refuge for teenagers that will eventually host a theatre, cinema and restaurant where chefs and waiters will train. It is part of a nationwide campaign to use confiscated gang assets to persuade youths from sink estates like Scampia that there is an alternative to drugs and working for the mob. Picture taken August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTX10BOA 
June 04, 2013 
Spanish Civil Guards stand guard outside a building where four people were arrested in a flat at Nueva... 
Marbella, Spain 
Spanish Civil Guards stand guard outside a building where four people were arrested in a flat at Nueva... 
Spanish Civil Guards stand guard outside a building where four people were arrested in a flat at Nueva Alcantara neighbourhood in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Marbella, southern Spain, June 4, 2013. About a hundred people, accused of drug trafficking, money laundering and belonging to the "Polverino" clan, were arrested during a simultaneous operation against Neapolitan Camorra in Spain and Italy, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTX10BO9 
June 04, 2013 
A tourist looks at a Spanish Civil Guard as he walks into a building where four people were arrested... 
Marbella, Spain 
A tourist looks at a Spanish Civil Guard as he walks into a building where four people were arrested... 
A tourist looks at a Spanish Civil Guard as he walks into a building where four people were arrested in a flat at Nueva Alcantara neighbourhood in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Marbella, southern Spain, June 4, 2013. About a hundred people, accused of drug trafficking, money laundering and belonging to the "Polverino" clan, were arrested during a simultaneous operation against Neapolitan Camorra in Spain and Italy, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SPAIN/
RTX10BNW 
June 04, 2013 
A man (white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police... 
Marbella, Spain 
A man is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being... 
A man (white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being arrested in a flat at Nueva Alcantara neighbourhood in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Marbella, southern Spain, June 4, 2013. About a hundred people, accused of drug trafficking, money laundering and belonging to the "Polverino" clan, were arrested during a simultaneous operation against Neapolitan Camorra in Spain and Italy, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SPAIN/
RTX10BFP 
June 04, 2013 
A man (white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police... 
Marbella, Spain 
A man is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being... 
A man (white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being arrested in a flat at Nueva Alcantara neighbourhood in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Marbella, southern Spain, June 4, 2013. About a hundred people, accused of drug trafficking, money laundering and belonging to the "Polverino" clan, were arrested during a simultaneous operation against Neapolitan Camorra in Spain and Italy, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SPAIN/
RTX10BFO 
June 04, 2013 
A man (white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police... 
Marbella, Spain 
A man is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being... 
A man (white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being arrested in a flat at Nueva Alcantara neighbourhood in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Marbella, southern Spain, June 4, 2013. About a hundred people, accused of drug trafficking, money laundering and belonging to the "Polverino" clan, were arrested during a simultaneous operation against Neapolitan Camorra in Spain and Italy, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SPAIN/
RTX10BD5 
June 04, 2013 
A man (2nd R, white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked... 
Marbella, Spain 
A man is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri after being arrested in San Pedro de... 
A man (2nd R, white t-shirt) is escorted by Spanish Civil Guards and Italian Carabinieri to an unmarked police car after being arrested in a flat at Nueva Alcantara neighbourhood in San Pedro de Alcantara, near Marbella, southern Spain, June 4, 2013. About a hundred people, accused of drug trafficking, money laundering and belonging to the "Polverino" clan, were arrested during a simultaneous operation against Neapolitan Camorra in Spain and Italy, according to local media. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSWO 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino speaks during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister... 
Naples, Italy 
Nicola Cosentino speaks during a media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino speaks during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSWK 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime... 
Naples, Italy 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSWG 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime... 
Naples, Italy 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSW7 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime... 
Naples, Italy 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during a media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/ Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSKK 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister... 
Naples, Italy 
Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/ Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSKA 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister... 
Naples, Italy 
Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/ Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS) 
ITALY-VOTE/
RTR3CSK5 
January 22, 2013 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister... 
Naples, Italy 
Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples 
Nicola Cosentino gestures during media conference in Naples January 22, 2013. Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has dropped former allies accused of corruption and mafia association as election candidates, in a bid to shed the image of scandal that has dogged sections of his centre-right party. Late on Monday, Berlusconi's party secretary Angelino Alfano said Cosentino, a former junior economy minister whose power base is in the heartland of the Camorra or Naples mafia, would not return to parliament after the election. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2Q 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2K 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2H 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2G 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR25 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he leaves the police headquarters in Naples... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as he leaves the police headquarters in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he leaves the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR0R 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he covers his face at the police headquarters... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as he covers his face at the police headquarters... 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he covers his face at the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR0O 
November 17, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) at the police headquarters in Naples November... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine at the police headquarters in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) at the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY/
RTR2G7U8 
July 07, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Cesare Pagano in Naples July 8, 2010. Pagano was one of the 30... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Cesare Pagano in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Cesare Pagano in Naples July 8, 2010. Pagano was one of the 30 most wanted organised crime figures in Italy and authorities considered his capture a major success against the mob. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
ITALY/
RTR2G7U4 
July 07, 2010 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Cesare Pagano in Naples July 8, 2010. Pagano was one of the 30... 
Naples, Italy 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Cesare Pagano in Naples 
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Cesare Pagano in Naples July 8, 2010. Pagano was one of the 30 most wanted organised crime figures in Italy and authorities considered his capture a major success against the mob. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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