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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/
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-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRGB4
December 04, 2009
Palermo's general prosecutor Antonino Gatto gestures as he speaks during the trial where testimony of...
Turin, Italy
Prosecutor Gatto gestures during the trial where testimony of Mafia informer Spatuzza was due to be heard...
Palermo's general prosecutor Antonino Gatto gestures as he speaks during the trial where testimony of Mafia informer Gaspare Spatuzza was due to be heard in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRGAZ
December 04, 2009
Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza (C, obscured) is led surrounded by Italian police officers into a courtroom...
Turin, Italy
Mafia informant Spatuzza is led surrounded by Italian police officers into a courtroom in Turin
Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza (C, obscured) is led surrounded by Italian police officers into a courtroom in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/MAFIA
RTXRG1N
December 04, 2009
Mino Mormino (L), lawyer of defendant Marcello Dell'Utri, speaks with a colleague during Dell'Utri's...
Turin, Italy
Mormino, lawyer of defendant Dell'Utri, speaks with a colleague during Dell'Utri's appeal trial in Turin...
Mino Mormino (L), lawyer of defendant Marcello Dell'Utri, speaks with a colleague during Dell'Utri's appeal trial in Turin December 4, 2009. Jailed hitman Gaspare Spatuzza told an Italian court on Friday that a mobster convicted for a 1993 Mafia bombing campaign had told him that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was connected to the Cosa Nostra. Spatuzza was being heard in open court for the first time as part of an appeal by Berlusconi ally Dell'Utri against his conviction for association with the Mafia. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/MAFIA
RTXRG1H
December 04, 2009
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri speaks during his appeal trial in Turin December 4, 2009. Jailed hitman...
Turin, Italy
Defendant Dell'Utri speaks during his appeal trial in Turin
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri speaks during his appeal trial in Turin December 4, 2009. Jailed hitman Gaspare Spatuzza told an Italian court on Friday that a mobster convicted for a 1993 Mafia bombing campaign had told him that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was connected to the Cosa Nostra. Spatuzza was being heard in open court for the first time as part of an appeal by Berlusconi ally Dell'Utri against his conviction for association with the Mafia. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/MAFIA
RTXRG1E
December 04, 2009
Police officers stand in front of the screen behind which Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is speaking...
Turin, Italy
Police officers stand in front of the screen behind which Mafia informant Spatuzza is speaking during...
Police officers stand in front of the screen behind which Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is speaking during a trial in Turin December 4, 2009. The jailed hitman told an Italian court on Friday that a mobster convicted for a 1993 Mafia bombing campaign had told him that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was connected to the Cosa Nostra. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/MAFIA
RTXRG0H
December 04, 2009
Palermo's general prosecutor Antonino Gatto looks on during a trial in Turin December 4, 2009. Jailed...
Turin, Italy
Palermo's general prosecutor Gatto looks on during a trial in Turin
Palermo's general prosecutor Antonino Gatto looks on during a trial in Turin December 4, 2009. Jailed hitman Gaspare Spatuzza told an Italian court on Friday that a mobster convicted for a 1993 Mafia bombing campaign had told him that Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was connected to the Cosa Nostra. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/MAFIA
RTXRG0E
December 04, 2009
Judge Claudio Dall'Acqua (L) listens to the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza as he speaks...
Turin, Italy
Judge Dall'Acqua listens to the testimony of Mafia informant Spatuzza as he speaks behind a screen during...
Judge Claudio Dall'Acqua (L) listens to the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza as he speaks behind a screen during a trial in Turin December 4, 2009. The jailed hitman told an Italian court on Friday that a mobster convicted for a 1993 Mafia bombing campaign had told him that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was connected to the Cosa Nostra. The words on the wall behind the judge read "The law is equal for all". REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFXB
December 04, 2009
A woman walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome December 4, 2009....
Rome, Italy
A woman walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome
A woman walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome December 4, 2009. Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies.The 73-year-old conservative prime minister and media mogul says biased courts are making false accusations to try to bring down the 19-month-old government -- his third since 1994 -- and attack his Mediaset broadcasting empire. The poster script reads in Italian "radioactive Berlusconi". REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFXA
December 04, 2009
A man walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome December 4, 2009. Italy's...
Rome, Italy
A man walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome
A man walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome December 4, 2009. Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. The 73-year-old conservative prime minister and media mogul says biased courts are making false accusations to try to bring down the 19-month-old government -- his third since 1994 -- and attack his Mediaset broadcasting empire. The poster script reads in Italian "radioactive Berlusconi". REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFX9
December 04, 2009
A man walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome December 4, 2009. Italy's...
Rome, Italy
A man walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome
A man walks past posters advertising Saturday's "No-Berlusconi Day" rally in Rome December 4, 2009. Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. The 73-year-old conservative prime minister and media mogul says biased courts are making false accusations to try to bring down the 19-month-old government -- his third since 1994 -- and attack his Mediaset broadcasting empire. The poster script reads in Italian "radioactive Berlusconi". REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFVT
December 04, 2009
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri (R) cleans his glasses as his lawyer Alessandro Sammarco (L) speaks during...
Turin, Italy
Defendant Dell'Utri cleans his glasses as his lawyer Sammarco speaks during the trial at which Mafia...
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri (R) cleans his glasses as his lawyer Alessandro Sammarco (L) speaks during the trial at which Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza was to give testimony in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFVL
December 04, 2009
Judge Claudio Dall'Acqua (C) looks on during the trial where the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare...
Turin, Italy
Judge Dall'Acqua looks on during the trial where the testimony of Mafia informant Spatuzza is due to...
Judge Claudio Dall'Acqua (C) looks on during the trial where the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is due to be heard in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, a mobster-turned-witness may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. The sign behind the judge reads "The law is the same for everyone". REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFVH
December 04, 2009
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri cleans his glasses during the trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza...
Turin, Italy
Defendant Dell'Utri cleans his glasses during the trial where Mafia informant Spatuzza is due to give...
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri cleans his glasses during the trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is due to give testimony in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra -- a connection he denies. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW) POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFV3
December 04, 2009
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri looks on during the trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza was due...
Turin, Italy
Defendant Dell'Utri looks on during the trial where Mafia informant Spatuzza was due to give testimony...
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri looks on during the trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza was due to give testimony in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFUX
December 04, 2009
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri (2nd R) leaves the courtroom for a break during the trial where Mafia informant...
Turin, Italy
Defendant Dell'Utri leaves the courtoom for a break during the trial where Mafia informant Spatuzza is...
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri (2nd R) leaves the courtroom for a break during the trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is to give testimony in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFUQ
December 04, 2009
Judge Claudio Dall'Acqua gestures as he speaks during the trial at which the testimony of Mafia informant...
Turin, Italy
Judge Dall'Acqua gestures as he speaks during the trial at which the testimony of Mafia informant Spatuzza...
Judge Claudio Dall'Acqua gestures as he speaks during the trial at which the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is due to be heard in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. The trial in Turin involves Marcello Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, who is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFU9
December 04, 2009
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri looks on during a trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza was due to...
Turin, Italy
Defendant Dell'Utri looks on during a trial where Mafia informant Spatuzza was due to give testimony...
Defendant Marcello Dell'Utri looks on during a trial where Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza was due to give testimony in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. Dell'Utri, a senator in Berlusconi's People of Freedom Party, is appealing against his conviction of association with the Mafia. He has been sentenced to nine years in prison. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFTW
December 04, 2009
Police officers stand in front of a screen behind which Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza will sit as...
Turin, Italy
Police officers stand in front of a screen behind which Mafia informant Spatuzza will sit as he gives...
Police officers stand in front of a screen behind which Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza will sit as he gives his testimony, inside a courtroom in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFTV
December 04, 2009
The courtroom where the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is due to be heard in Turin is...
Turin, Italy
General view shows the courtroom where the testimony of Mafia informant Spatuzza is due to be heard in...
The courtroom where the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is due to be heard in Turin is seen in this general view December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/
RTXRFTQ
December 04, 2009
Carabinieri police officers stand outside the courtroom where the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare...
Turin, Italy
Carabinieri police officers stand outside the courtroom where testimony of Mafia informer Spatuzza was...
Carabinieri police officers stand outside the courtroom where the testimony of Mafia informant Gaspare Spatuzza is due to be heard in Turin December 4, 2009. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi goes back on trial for corruption on Friday, while in an unrelated Mafia case, mobster-turned-witness Spatuzza may try to link him to the Cosa Nostra. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo(ITALY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ITALY-MAFIA/FACEBOOK
RTR23BEM
January 12, 2009
A man views a computer screen showing a Facebook fan page dedicated to Mafia chieftain Toto Riina in...
Rome, Italy
A man views a computer screen showing a Facebook fan page dedicated to Mafia chieftain Riina in Rome
A man views a computer screen showing a Facebook fan page dedicated to Mafia chieftain Toto Riina in Rome January 12, 2009. Leading Italian anti-Mafia activists on Monday expressed alarm that Facebook pages dedicated to praise some of Cosa Nostra's most notorious and bloody bosses have attracted hundreds of young admirers. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-CALVI/
RTR1QILA
June 06, 2007
Convicted Cosa Nostra treasurer Pippo Calo (R) and his lawyer appear on a video-link with Rebibbia prison's...
Rome, Italy
Convicted Cosa Nostra treasurer Calo and his lawyer appear on a video-link with Rebibbia prison's courtroom...
Convicted Cosa Nostra treasurer Pippo Calo (R) and his lawyer appear on a video-link with Rebibbia prison's courtroom as the president of the court reads the sentence at the end of a trial in Rome June 6, 2007. Two Italian mobsters, a bodyguard, a financier and his girlfriend were acquitted on Wednesday of the 1982 murder of Roberto Calvi, known as "God's banker" for his Vatican links, who was found hanging from a London bridge. First ruled a suicide, the case was reopened in 2003 as a murder inquiry. The prosecution wanted life sentences for four of those charged, but a Rome court said there was insufficient evidence. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UTO
October 06, 2005
Convicted Cosa Nostra treasurer Pippo Calo (R) and a lawyer appear video-linked with Rebibbia prison's...
Rome, Italy
Convicted Cosa Nostra treasurer Calo and lawyer appear video-linked with Rebibbia prison's courtroom...
Convicted Cosa Nostra treasurer Pippo Calo (R) and a lawyer appear video-linked with Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, during the opening of the trial for the 1982 killing of Italian banker Roberto Calvi, October 6, 2005. More than two decades after Roberto Calvi was found hanging under London's Blackfriars Bridge, five people stood trial in Italy on Thursday accused of murdering the man known as "God's banker" for his close Vatican ties. A Sicilian mobster, a Sardinian financier and three others are accused of murdering Calvi, whose death in June 1982 was initially ruled a suicide. Rome prosecutors now say the Mafia killed him for stealing from them and from Italian financier Lucio Gelli, who was the head of the shadowy P2 masonic organisation. REUTERS/Max Rossi
SICILY
RTXI14P
September 15, 1998
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's...
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Ita.....
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's 30 most wanted criminals stands between two policeman following his arrest September 15. Troia, who had been on the run for six years, was captured at dawn when police stormed his hideout on the outskirts of Palermo.
SICILY
RTXI13Y
September 15, 1998
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's...
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Ita.....
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's 30 most wanted criminals stands in a Palermo police station following his arrest September 15. Troia, who had been on the run for six years, was captured at dawn when police stormed his hideout on the outskirts of Palermo.
SICILY
RTXI13T
September 15, 1998
Police stand on guard outside the hideout of Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's...
Police stand on guard outside the hideout of Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra'.....
Police stand on guard outside the hideout of Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's 30 most wanted criminals, following his arrest September 15. Troia, who had been on the run for six years, was captured in a dawn raid when police stormed his hideout on the outskirts of Palermo.
RTRHAZ2
September 15, 1998
Police stand on guard outside the hideout of Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's...
Italy
POLICE STAND OUTSIDE THE HIDEOUT OF ITALIAN MAFIA FIGURE MARIANO TROIA.
Police stand on guard outside the hideout of Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's 30 most wanted criminals, following his arrest September 15. Troia, who had been on the run for six years, was captured in a dawn raid when police stormed his hideout on the outskirts of Palermo.

PH/ns
RTRHAY7
September 15, 1998
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's...
Italy
ITALIAN MAFIA FIGURE MARIANO TROIA.
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's 30 most wanted criminals stands in a Palermo police station following his arrest September 15. Troia, who had been on the run for six years, was captured at dawn when police stormed his hideout on the outskirts of Palermo.

PH/WS
RTRHAXG
September 15, 1998
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's...
Italy
ITALIAN MAFIA FIGURE MARIANO TROIA.
Italian Mafia figure Mariano Troia, one of Cosa Nostra's most notorious backroom boys and one of Italy's 30 most wanted criminals stands between two policeman following his arrest September 15. Troia, who had been on the run for six years, was captured at dawn when police stormed his hideout on the outskirts of Palermo.

PH/WS
ORLANDO
RTXH3MS
November 30, 1997
Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando deposits his vote November 30 in nation-wide elections for mayors in 43...
Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando deposits his vote November 30 in nation-wide elections for mayors in 4.....
Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando deposits his vote November 30 in nation-wide elections for mayors in 43 councils in which the government's centre-left coalition was expected to consolidate gains made in first round ballots two-weeks ago. Orlando, seeking a second term, is credited with transforming the city, making it safer and raising its profile in Italy and abroad. He has also won admiration for his outspoken attacks on the Sicilian Mafia, Cosa Nostra.
RTR95TD
November 30, 1997
Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando deposits his vote November 30 in nation-wide elections for mayors in 43...
Italy
PALERMO MAYOR LEOLUCA ORLANDO VOTES IN REGIONAL ELECTIONS
Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando deposits his vote November 30 in nation-wide elections for mayors in 43 councils in which the government's centre-left coalition was expected to consolidate gains made in first round ballots two-weeks ago. Orlando, seeking a second term, is credited with transforming the city, making it safer and raising its profile in Italy and abroad. He has also won admiration for his outspoken attacks on the Sicilian Mafia, Cosa Nostra.

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