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ITALY/
RTR2G7TP
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-MAFIA/
RTR2DP1A
May 09, 2010
Italian police officers lead crime figure Margherita Erpete, covered by a jacket, from a police station...
Naples, Italy
Italian police officers lead crime figure Margherita Erpete from a police station in the southern city...
Italian police officers lead crime figure Margherita Erpete, covered by a jacket, from a police station in the southern city of Naples May 10, 2010. Italian police arrested dozens of members of various mafia groups on Monday in a vast operation that netted large caches of weapons smuggled from Bosnia.
Anti-Mafia Police said the raids where carried out in several areas of southern Italy against members of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra and the Naples-area Camorra seeking to wrest control of the fruit and vegetable trade in southern Italy.
REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR2DP19
May 09, 2010
Italian police officers lead crime figure Margherita Erpete (C) from a police station in the southern...
Naples, Italy
Italian police officers lead crime figure Margherita Erpete from a police station in the southern city...
Italian police officers lead crime figure Margherita Erpete (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples May 10, 2010. Italian police arrested dozens of members of various mafia groups on Monday in a vast operation that netted large caches of weapons smuggled from Bosnia.
Anti-Mafia Police said the raids where carried out in several areas of southern Italy against members of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra and the Naples-area Camorra seeking to wrest control of the fruit and vegetable trade in southern Italy.
REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR2DP12
May 09, 2010
Italian police officers lead Paolo Schiavone (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples...
Naples, Italy
Italian police officers lead Paolo Schiavone from a police station in the southern city of Naples
Italian police officers lead Paolo Schiavone (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples May 10, 2010. Schiavone, 27, a rising boss of the Casalesi clan of the Camorra around the southern city of Caserta, was nabbed on a luxury cruise ship as he was returning from a honeymoon, police said. Italian police arrested dozens of members of various mafia groups on Monday in a vast operation that netted large caches of weapons smuggled from Bosnia.
Anti-Mafia Police said the raids were carried out in several areas of southern Italy against members of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra and the Naples-area Camorra seeking to wrest control of the fruit and vegetable trade in southern Italy.
REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR2DP10
May 09, 2010
Italian police officers lead Paolo Schiavone (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples...
Naples, Italy
Italian police officers lead Paolo Schiavone from a police station in the southern city of Naples
Italian police officers lead Paolo Schiavone (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples May 10, 2010. Schiavone, 27, a rising boss of the Casalesi clan of the Camorra around the southern city of Caserta, was nabbed on a luxury cruise ship as he was returning from a honeymoon, police said. Italian police arrested dozens of members of various mafia groups on Monday in a vast operation that netted large caches of weapons smuggled from Bosnia.
Anti-Mafia Police said the raids were carried out in several areas of southern Italy against members of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra and the Naples-area Camorra seeking to wrest control of the fruit and vegetable trade in southern Italy.
REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA
RTXQ8D3
November 01, 2009
Carmine Russo (L), the third brother of the Russo criminal clan, is escorted by Italian Carabinieri police...
Naples, Italy
Carmine Russo, the third brother of the Russo criminal clan, is escorted by Italian Carabinieri police...
Carmine Russo (L), the third brother of the Russo criminal clan, is escorted by Italian Carabinieri police officers in Naples November 1, 2009. Russo was arrested on Sunday as was his brother and chief of the Russo clan, Pasquale Russo. Pasquale, considered one of Italy's top 10 mafia fugitives, had been on the run since 1993. The Russo clan, based near the town of Nola, is a leading player in the Camorra organised crime syndicate that operates in and around Naples.
REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTXQ785
October 31, 2009
An undated photo of Salvatore Russo, one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, arrested...
Naples, Italy
Undated photo released by italian Police of Russo,one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives,that...
An undated photo of Salvatore Russo, one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, arrested on Saturday in Naples, released by Italian police October 31, 2009. A leading boss of the Camorra organised crime syndicate that operates in and around Naples, Russo had been convicted to life in prison for murder and criminal association with the mafia. REUTERS/Stefano Renna (ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS) QUALITY FROM SOURCE
ITALY-MAFIA/VIDEO
RTXQ762
October 31, 2009
Police investigators attend a news conference about Salvatore Russo's arrest (picture on right), one...
Naples, Italy
Police investigators attend a news conference about Salvatore Russo's arrest in Naples
Police investigators attend a news conference about Salvatore Russo's arrest (picture on right), one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, in Naples October 31, 2009. A leading boss of the Camorra organised crime syndicate that operates in and around Naples, Russo had been convicted to life in prison for murder and criminal association with the mafia. REUTERS/Stefano Renna (ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-MAFIA/VIDEO
RTXQ75X
October 31, 2009
Salvatore Russo (2nd R), one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, is escorted by Italian...
Naples, Italy
Russo,one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, is escorted by Italian policeman in Naples...
Salvatore Russo (2nd R), one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, is escorted by Italian policemen in Naples October 31, 2009. A leading boss of the Camorra organised crime syndicate that operates in and around Naples, Russo had been convicted to life in prison for murder and criminal association with the mafia. REUTERS/Stefano Renna (ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-MAFIA/VIDEO
RTXQ75W
October 31, 2009
Salvatore Russo (R), one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, is escorted by Italian...
Naples, Italy
Salvatore Russo, one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, is escorted by Italian policemen...
Salvatore Russo (R), one of the 30 most wanted and dangerous mafia fugitives, is escorted by Italian policemen in Naples October 31, 2009. A leading boss of the Camorra organised crime syndicate that operates in and around Naples, Russo had been convicted to life in prison for murder and criminal association with the mafia. REUTERS/Stefano Renna (ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-MAFIA/RALLY
RTXD1KE
March 21, 2009
Demonstrators hold banners reading "Camorra worth nothing" as they march in the southern city of Naples...
Naples, Italy
Demonstrators hold banners reading "Camorra worth nothing" as they march in the southern city of Naples...
Demonstrators hold banners reading "Camorra worth nothing" as they march in the southern city of Naples March 21, 2009. Tens of thousands of people marched in Naples on Saturday to commemorate the victims of the mafia and demand an end to the stranglehold of organised crime on southern Italy. REUTERS/ Ciro De Luca (ITALY CONFLICT SOCIETY)
ITALY/
RTR22HL8
December 11, 2008
Mourners attend a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three...
CASTELVOLTURNO, Italy
Mourners attend a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three...
Mourners attend a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three months ago in Castelvolturno near Naples December 11, 2008. The men were shot dead in what the authorities believe was a show of force by the Camorra crime syndicates. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca-Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR22HKQ
December 11, 2008
A mourner views an obituary notice during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and...
CASTELVOLTURNO, Italy
A mourner views an obituary notice during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and...
A mourner views an obituary notice during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three months ago in Castelvolturno near Naples December 11, 2008. The men were shot dead in what the authorities believe was a show of force by the Camorra crime syndicates. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca-Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR22HKN
December 11, 2008
Mourners view an obituary notice during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia...
CASTELVOLTURNO, Italy
Mourners view an obituary notice during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia...
Mourners view an obituary notice during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three months ago in Castelvolturno near Naples December 11, 2008. The men were shot dead in what the authorities believe was a show of force by the Camorra crime syndicates. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca-Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR22HKK
December 11, 2008
Muslim Imam Nasser Hidouri (L) embraces a mourner during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana,...
CASTELVOLTURNO, Italy
Muslim Imam embraces a mourner during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia...
Muslim Imam Nasser Hidouri (L) embraces a mourner during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three months ago in Castelvolturno near Naples December 11, 2008. The men were shot dead in what the authorities believe was a show of force by the Camorra crime syndicates. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca-Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR22HKD
December 11, 2008
A mourner cries during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed...
CASTELVOLTURNO, Italy
Mourner cries during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed...
A mourner cries during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three months ago in Castelvolturno near Naples December 11, 2008. The men were shot dead in what the authorities believe was a show of force by the Camorra crime syndicates. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca-Agnfoto (ITALY)
ITALY/
RTR22HKA
December 11, 2008
A mourner holds a sign during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who...
CASTELVOLTURNO, Italy
Mourner holds a sign during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were...
A mourner holds a sign during a memorial service for six immigrants from Ghana, Togo and Liberia who were killed three months ago in Castelvolturno near Naples December 11, 2008. The men were shot dead in what the authorities believe was a show of force by the Camorra crime syndicates. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca-Agnfoto (ITALY)
OLYMPICS/BOXING-ITALY
RTR1X0IC
February 13, 2008
A young girl rests on the ring during a training session at the Excelsior Boxe Gym in Marcianise, southern...
MARCIANISE, Italy
To match feature OLYMPICS/BOXING-ITALY
A young girl rests on the ring during a training session at the Excelsior Boxe Gym in Marcianise, southern Italy, January 4, 2008. This town of 40,000 people north of Naples -- whose once rural landscape is now scarred by piles of garbage and bleak factories -- has reason to be proud of its boxing tradition. Half the members of the Italian team which has qualified for the Beijing Olympics were born in this troubled place, where newspapers are dominated by tales of a trash crisis and the Camorra, the local version of mafia. Picture taken January 4, 2008. To match feature OLYMPICS/BOXING-ITALY REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
OLYMPICS/BOXING-ITALY
RTR1X0IA
February 13, 2008
Boxers train at the Excelsior Boxe Gym in Marcianise, southern Italy, January 4, 2008. This town of 40,000...
MARCIANISE, Italy
To match feature OLYMPICS/BOXING-ITALY
Boxers train at the Excelsior Boxe Gym in Marcianise, southern Italy, January 4, 2008. This town of 40,000 people north of Naples -- whose once rural landscape is now scarred by piles of garbage and bleak factories -- has reason to be proud of its boxing tradition. Half the members of the Italian team which has qualified for the Beijing Olympics were born in this troubled place, where newspapers are dominated by tales of a trash crisis and the Camorra, the local version of mafia. Picture taken January 4, 2008. To match feature OLYMPICS/BOXING-ITALY REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BWP
December 03, 2007
A nun prays at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
A nun prays at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BWI
December 03, 2007
Faithful shelter from the rain as they wait to enter the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Faithful shelter from the rain as they wait to enter the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BWE
December 03, 2007
A woman sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
A woman sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BWC
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BV7
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BV6
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/
RTX4BUE
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BU8
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BU3
December 03, 2007
A faithful prays in front of the statue of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound in her church in Naples...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
A faithful prays in front of the statue of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound in her church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BU1
December 03, 2007
Faithful pray in front of the statue of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound in her church in Naples...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Faithful pray in front of the statue of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound in her church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BTW
December 03, 2007
A view of the Spanish quarters from the balcony of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
A view of the Spanish quarters from the balcony of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BTU
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint as she sits on the miracle chair at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wound church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BSD
December 03, 2007
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five...
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
Sister Maria Giuliana blesses a woman with the relics of the saint at the Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
RTX4BS7
December 03, 2007
A statue of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds is seen in her church in Naples November 18, 2007....
Naples, Italy
To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR
A statue of Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds is seen in her church in Naples November 18, 2007. Childless women from all over the world flock to the "miracle" chair in the Spanish Quarter of Naples, where they ask Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus for a miracle. The saint's shrine has become a main stop on the religious tourism circuit in Naples, a city which in Italy is almost as well known for veneration of saints as for the Camorra crime syndicate. To match feature ITALY-RELIGION/CHAIR REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
POPE/
RTR1V5TW
October 21, 2007
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams (L) attends a mass celebrated by Pope Benedict XVI in Plebiscito...
Naples, multiple countries
Archbishop of Canterbury Williams attends a mass celebrated by Pope Benedict XVI in Plebiscito square...
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams (L) attends a mass celebrated by Pope Benedict XVI in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned "disgraceful" Camorra mobsters who contributed to a culture of lawlessness in Naples, during his first trip as Pontiff to the troubled Italian city on Sunday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
POPE/
RTR1V5TQ
October 21, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful during a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope...
Naples, multiple countries
Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful during a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples
Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful during a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned "disgraceful" Camorra mobsters who contributed to a culture of lawlessness in Naples, during his first trip as Pontiff to the troubled Italian city on Sunday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
POPE/
RTR1V5TO
October 21, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned...
Naples, multiple countries
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned "disgraceful" Camorra mobsters who contributed to a culture of lawlessness in Naples, during his first trip as Pontiff to the troubled Italian city on Sunday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
POPE/
RTR1V5TK
October 21, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned...
Naples, multiple countries
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned "disgraceful" Camorra mobsters who contributed to a culture of lawlessness in Naples, during his first trip as Pontiff to the troubled Italian city on Sunday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
POPE/
RTR1V5TJ
October 21, 2007
People look at Pope Benedict XVI as he celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007....
Naples, multiple countries
People look at Pope Benedict XVI as he celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples
People look at Pope Benedict XVI as he celebrates a mass in Plebiscito square in Naples October 21, 2007. Pope Benedict condemned "disgraceful" Camorra mobsters who contributed to a culture of lawlessness in Naples, during his first trip as Pontiff to the troubled Italian city on Sunday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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CRIME CAMORRA SPAIN
RTR1BN6B
December 28, 2005
An undated handout picture shows Pietro Nocera, 47, arrested by Spanish police in the Canary Islands...
Spain
An undated handout picture shows Nocera arrested by Spanish police in the Canary Islands
An undated handout picture shows Pietro Nocera, 47, arrested by Spanish police in the Canary Islands after a two year search. The Interior Ministry said on December 28, 2005 that Nocera is suspected of being the financial chief of the Nuvoleta clan of the Camorra - the Naples-area version of the Sicilian mafia. REUTERS/Interior Ministry/Handout
DI LAURO
RTXNRQM
September 16, 2005
-COMBO PHOTO- Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who was arrested by Italian police in Naples on...
Rome, Italy
-COMBO PHOTO- Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who was arrested by Italian police in Naples o.....
-COMBO PHOTO- Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who was arrested by Italian police in Naples on September 16, 2005, is shown in this undated handout combination photo. Di Lauro, 52, who was wanted by the police since 1999 in connection with a series of killings in the southern Italian city of Naples, is considered one of Italy's 30 most dangerous criminals, according to the Interior ministry.
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ITALY
RTRO7MC
September 16, 2005
Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who was arrested by Italian police in Naples on September 16,...
Rome, Italy
An undated handout combination photo shows Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro.
Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who was arrested by Italian police in Naples on September 16, 2005, is shown in this undated handout combination photo. Di Lauro, 52, who was wanted by the police since 1999 in connection with a series of killings in the southern Italian city of Naples, is considered one of Italy's 30 most dangerous criminals, according to the Interior ministry. REUTERS/Handout TG/JJ
DI LAURO
RTXN2PI
December 07, 2004
- COMBO PHOTO - An undated handout combination photo shows Cosimo Di Lauro, [son of Neapolitan Camorra...
Naples, Italy
- COMBO PHOTO - An undated handout combination photo shows Cosimo Di Lauro, [son of Neapolitan Camor.....
- COMBO PHOTO - An undated handout combination photo shows Cosimo Di Lauro, [son of Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo], who is wanted by the police in connection with a series of killings in the southern Italian city. Police arrested 52 people in Naples early December 7, 2004 during an anti-Camorra swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year.??? USE ONLY
DI LAURO
RTXN2PH
December 07, 2004
- COMBO PHOTO - An undated handout combination photo shows Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who...
Naples, Italy
- COMBO PHOTO - An undated handout combination photo shows Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, w.....
- COMBO PHOTO - An undated handout combination photo shows Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro, who is wanted by the police in connection with a series of killings in the southern Italian city of Naples.
Police arrested more than 50 people in Naples early December 7, 2004 during an anti-Camorra overnight swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 23 over the last month. ??? USE ONLY
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December 07, 2004
A protester lies spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed...
Naples, Italy
A protester lies spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people ki.....
A protester lies spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. [This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year.]
ITALY
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December 07, 2004
Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed...
Naples, Italy
Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people kill.....
Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. [This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year.]
ITALY
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December 07, 2004
Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed...
Naples, Italy
Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people kill.....
Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. [This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year.]
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December 07, 2004
An undated handout combination photo shows Cosimo Di Lauro, son of Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo, who...
Naples, Italy
An undated handout combination photo shows Cosimo Di Lauro, son of Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo.
An undated handout combination photo shows Cosimo Di Lauro, son of Neapolitan Camorra boss Paolo, who is wanted by the police in connection with a series of killings in the southern Italian city. Police arrested 52 people in Naples early December 7, 2004 during an anti-Camorra swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year. REUTERS/Ho DJM/THI
ITALY CAMORRA
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December 07, 2004
A protester lies spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless...
Naples, Italy
A protester lies spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless...
A protester lies spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war. A protester lies spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY CAMORRA
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December 07, 2004
Protesters lie spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf...
Naples, Italy
Protesters lie spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless ......
Protesters lie spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war. Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY CAMORRA
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December 07, 2004
A protester lies spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless...
Naples, Italy
A protester lies spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless...
A protester lies spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war. A protester lies spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY CAMORRA
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December 07, 2004
Protesters lie spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf...
Naples, Italy
Protesters lie spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless ......
Protesters lie spreadeagled in Naples, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war. Protesters lie spreadeagled on a Naples' street December 7, 2004, representing dozens of people killed this year in a ruthless turf war between various Camorra mob clans. Earlier on Tuesday, police arrested 52 people during an anti-Camorra swoop. This operation comes two days after two more men were killed in apparent murders by the Naples mafia, or Camorra, bringing the total number of deaths attributed to them to 120 in the past year. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY
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March 30, 2004
A portrait and the mobile phone of 14-year-old girl Annalisa Durante lay beside her coffin during her...
Naples, Italy (Italian Republic)
THE FUNERAL OF 14-YEAR-OLD GIRL ANNALISA DURANTE IS HELD IN NAPLES.
A portrait and the mobile phone of 14-year-old girl Annalisa Durante lay beside her coffin during her funeral in Naples March 30, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the girl who died on Monday from bullets intended for a Mafia boss, moving a city inured to clan warfare by the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian Mafia. The girl was shot on Saturday night and remained in an irreversible coma until Monday when she was declared brain dead and her parents allowed her organs to be used for transplants. REUTERS/Max Rossi AMP
ITALY
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March 30, 2004
An unidentified relative cries beside the coffin of 14-year-old girl Annalisa Durante during her funeral...
Naples, Italy (Italian Republic)
AN UNIDENTIFIED RELATIVE ATTENDS THE FUNERAL OF 14-YEAR-OLD GIRL ANNALISA DURANTE IN NAPLES.
An unidentified relative cries beside the coffin of 14-year-old girl Annalisa Durante during her funeral in Naples March 30, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the girl who died on Monday from bullets intended for a Mafia boss, moving a city inured to clan warfare by the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian Mafia. The girl was shot on Saturday night and remained in an irreversible coma until Monday when she was declared brain dead and her parents allowed her organs to be used for transplants. REUTERS/Max Rossi REUTERS AMP
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March 30, 2004
Crowds surge around the hearse carrying the 14-year-old Annalisa Durante as mourners hold a picture of...
Naples, Italy (Italian Republic)
CROWDS FOLLOW THE HEARSE OF ANNALISA DURANTE IN NAPLES.
Crowds surge around the hearse carrying the 14-year-old Annalisa Durante as mourners hold a picture of her in Naples March 30, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the girl who died on Monday from bullets intended for a Mafia boss, moving a city inured to clan warfare by the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian Mafia. The girl was shot on Saturday night and remained in an irreversible coma until Monday when she was declared brain dead and her parents allowed her organs to be used for transplants. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito AMP
ITALY
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March 30, 2004
Giovanni Durante (2R front) follows the hearse of his 14-year-old daughter Annalisa Durante as mourners...
Naples, Italy (Italian Republic)
GIOVANNI DURANTE ATTENDS THE FUNERAL OF HIS 14-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER ANNALISA DURANTE IN NAPLES.
Giovanni Durante (2R front) follows the hearse of his 14-year-old daughter Annalisa Durante as mourners hold a picture of her in Naples March 30, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the girl who died on Monday from bullets intended for a Mafia boss, moving a city inured to clan warfare by the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian Mafia. The girl was shot on Saturday night and remained in an irreversible coma until Monday when she was declared brain dead and her parents allowed her organs to be used for transplants. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito AMP
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March 30, 2004
Giovanni Durante holds a picture of his 14-year-old daughter Annalisa Durante during her funeral in Naples...
Naples, Italy (Italian Republic)
GIOVANNI DURANTE ATTENDS THE FUNERAL OF HIS 14-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER ANNALISA DURANTE IN NAPLES.
Giovanni Durante holds a picture of his 14-year-old daughter Annalisa Durante during her funeral in Naples March 30, 2004. Thousands thronged the streets to be part of the funeral for the girl who died on Monday from bullets intended for a Mafia boss, moving a city inured to clan warfare by the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian Mafia. The girl was shot on Saturday night and remained in an irreversible coma until Monday when she was declared brain dead and her parents allowed her organs to be used for transplants. REUTERS/Max Rossi AMP
SCHIAVONE
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July 12, 1998
Italian Camorra boss, Francesco Schiavone (C), is arrested by Italian police in Caserta July 11. Italian...
Italian Camorra boss, Francesco Schiavone (C), is arrested by Italian police in Caserta July 11. Ita.....
Italian Camorra boss, Francesco Schiavone (C), is arrested by Italian police in Caserta July 11. Italian police said they had arrested one of the top bosses of the Camorra, the Naples-area Mafia, who is suspected of having ordered dozens of murders in the last decade. Schiavone, head of the Casalese clan which operates in the southern city of Caserta, was nabbed after five years on the run, police said.
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July 12, 1998
Italian Camorra boss, Francesco Schiavone (C), is arrested by Italian police in Caserta July 11. Italian...
Italy
ITALIAN CAMORRA BOSS FRANCESCO SCHIAVONE IS ARRESTED IN CASERTA.
Italian Camorra boss, Francesco Schiavone (C), is arrested by Italian police in Caserta July 11. Italian police said they had arrested one of the top bosses of the Camorra, the Naples-area Mafia, who is suspected of having ordered dozens of murders in the last decade. Schiavone, head of the Casalese clan which operates in the southern city of Caserta, was nabbed after five years on the run, police said.

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August 22, 1997
The bullet-riddled body of Duilio Iengo, 27-year-old suspected gangster, lays on the rocky shores near...
Napoli, Italy
THE BODY OF DUILIO IENGO KILLED IN ERCOLANO
The bullet-riddled body of Duilio Iengo, 27-year-old suspected gangster, lays on the rocky shores near the ancient town of Ercolano just outside of Naples August 22. Iengo is the 100th victim in this soutern port city since the start of the year.

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