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ITALY-POLITICS/SALVINI
RTS2M6LK
August 11, 2019
People protest against Italian Interior Minister and leader of the League party Matteo Salvini in Catania,...
TAORMINA, Italy
People protest against Italian Interior Minister and leader of the League party Matteo Salvini in Catania...
People protest against Italian Interior Minister and leader of the League party Matteo Salvini in Catania, Italy, August 11, 2019. The banner reads "Mafia out of Sicily, my vote counts!". REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W71C
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W71B
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini gestures as he speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini gestures as he speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini gestures as he speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W710
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W70Z
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W70Y
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini gestures as he speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini gestures as he speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini gestures as he speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. The writing in the background reads "The law is equal for everyone". REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W707
May 23, 2019
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W702
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attend a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W700
May 23, 2019
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W6Z9
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini takes a selfie with a student during a commemoration ceremony...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini takes a selfie with a student during a commemoration ceremony...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini takes a selfie with a student during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W6Z8
May 23, 2019
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini speaks with reporters after attending a commemoration ceremony...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini speaks with reporters after attending a commemoration ceremony...
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini speaks with reporters after attending a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W6Z2
May 23, 2019
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Palermo, Italy
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary...
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte speaks during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-POLITICS/COMMEMORATION
RTX6W5AP
May 23, 2019
Students wave Italian flags during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations...
Palermo, Italy
Students wave Italian flags during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations...
Students wave Italian flags during a commemoration ceremony to mark the anniversary of the assassinations of judges Giovanni Falcone, killed by the mafia in 1992, and Paolo Borsellino, murdered two months later, in Palermo, Italy May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
ITALY-MAFIA/ROME
RTS26REO
November 20, 2018
Italian police arrives to confiscate a villa built illegally by an alleged Mafia family in Rome, Italy,...
Rome, Italy
Italian police arrives to confiscate a villa built illegally by an alleged Mafia family in Rome
Italian police arrives to confiscate a villa built illegally by an alleged Mafia family in Rome, Italy, November 20, 2018. REUTERS/Yara Nardi
SLOVAKIA-CRIME/
RTX4ZD2Q
February 28, 2018
Participant hold a banner reading: "PM Robert Fico in bed with Italian mafia" during a march in honor...
Bratislava, Slovakia
Participants march in honor of murdered Slovak investigative reporter Jan Kuciak in Bratislava
Participant hold a banner reading: "PM Robert Fico in bed with Italian mafia" during a march in honor of murdered Slovak investigative reporter Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend Martina Kusnirova in Bratislava, Slovakia, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa
MALTA-CARBOMB/
RTX3HVAP
October 23, 2017
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass celebrated...
Bidnija, Malta
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass for assassinated...
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Malta Charles Scicluna for assassinated investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed in a car bomb attack a week ago, at the Church of the Holy Family in Bidnija, Malta October 23, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
MALTA-CARBOMB/
RTX3HVAM
October 23, 2017
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass celebrated...
Bidnija, Malta
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass for assassinated...
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Malta Charles Scicluna for assassinated investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed in a car bomb attack a week ago, at the Church of the Holy Family in Bidnija, Malta October 23, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
MALTA-CARBOMB/
RTX3HVAE
October 23, 2017
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass celebrated...
Bidnija, Malta
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass for assassinated...
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, speaks to journalists after a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Malta Charles Scicluna for assassinated investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed in a car bomb attack a week ago, at the Church of the Holy Family in Bidnija, Malta October 23, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
MALTA-CARBOMB/
RTX3HV96
October 23, 2017
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, attends a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of...
Bidnija, Malta
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, attends a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of...
Rosy Bindi, president of the Italian Anti-Mafia Commission, attends a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Malta Charles Scicluna for assassinated investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed in a car bomb attack a week ago, at the Church of the Holy Family in her home village of Bidnija, Malta October 23, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
ITALY-AGNELLI/
RTX36FHE
May 18, 2017
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome,...
Rome, Italy
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome, Italy May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
ITALY-AGNELLI/
RTX36FHA
May 18, 2017
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome,...
Rome, Italy
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome, Italy May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
ITALY-AGNELLI/
RTX36FH9
May 18, 2017
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome,...
Rome, Italy
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attends at the Italian Parliament's Anti-Mafia Commission in Rome, Italy May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
ITALY-VAN GOGH/CRIME
RTX2ZVME
February 06, 2017
People walk next to a recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh painting during a news conference in Capodimonte,...
CAPODIMONTE, Italy
People walk next one of the two stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference in Capodimonte...
People walk next to a recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh painting during a news conference in Capodimonte, Italy, February 6, 2017. Two paintings were found in an Italian country house belonging to an alleged mafia drug smuggler in September 2016, after they disappeared in a heist in Amsterdam. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
ITALY-VAN GOGH/CRIME
RTX2ZVLI
February 06, 2017
People stand around a case containing two recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference...
CAPODIMONTE, Italy
People stand around a case containing two stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference...
People stand around a case containing two recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference in Capodimonte, Italy, February 6, 2017. The paintings were found in an Italian country house belonging to an alleged mafia drug smuggler in September 2016, after they disappeared in a heist in Amsterdam. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
ITALY-VAN GOGH/CRIME
RTX2ZVLF
February 06, 2017
People stand around a case containing two recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference...
CAPODIMONTE, Italy
People stand around a case containing two recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference...
People stand around a case containing two recovered stolen Vincent Van Gogh paintings during a news conference in Capodimonte, Italy, February 6, 2017. The paintings were found in an Italian country house belonging to an alleged mafia drug smuggler in September 2016, after they disappeared in a heist in Amsterdam. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
Wider Image
Wider Image
Italian mayors' lonely stand against the mafia
15 PICTURES
ITALY-MAFIA/THREATS
RTSOXWE
September 22, 2016
Last year Italian mafia groups threatened a public official every 18 hours on average, and the mob has...
POLISTENA, Italy
The Wider Image: Mayors' lonely stand against the mafia
Last year Italian mafia groups threatened a public official every 18 hours on average, and the mob has murdered 132 local administrators over the past four decades. Arson attacks, dead animals and bullets through the post were among the methods used to deliver 479 threats to public officials in 2015, a third more than the previous year, according to Avviso Pubblico. The network has been established to bring together state officials who openly oppose the mafia and offers moral support to administrators who fight organised crime in their towns. REUTERS/Tony Gentile SEARCH "GENTILE MAFIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ITALY-MAFIA/FLOWERS C
RTX29F36
April 11, 2016
ITALY-MAFIA/FLOWERS - Map of the world showing global reach of Italian Mafia groups. Accompanies Reuters...
ITALY-MAFIA/FLOWERS C
ITALY-MAFIA/FLOWERS - Map of the world showing global reach of Italian Mafia groups. Accompanies Reuters Special Report “The Mafia and a very special flower arrangement”. (SIN04)
ITALY-MAFIA/ECONOMY
RTX1S11G
September 23, 2015
Gaetano Saffioti poses near police body guards at his cement plant near Palmi, southern Italy, September...
Locri, Italy
Saffioti poses near police body guards at his cement plant near Palmi
Gaetano Saffioti poses near police body guards at his cement plant near Palmi, southern Italy, September 12, 2015. Most southern Italian businessmen do not cross the 'Ndrangheta mafia. Gaetano Saffioti did, and paid a high price. The owner of a successful cement business near the small town of Palmi, Saffioti in 2002 became one of only 30 people to turn state's witness against Calabria's 'Ndrangheta. That year, out of deference to the mobsters or fear, 55 of his 60 employees quit, local banks closed his accounts, and his clients shunned him. His company's sales fell 97 percent, and he and his family have lived under 24-hour armed guard ever since.Picture taken on September 12, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello
ITALY-MAFIA/ECONOMY
RTX1S118
September 23, 2015
Gaetano Saffioti poses at his cement plant near Palmi, southern Italy, September 12, 2015. Most southern...
Locri, Italy
Saffioti poses at his cement plant near Palmi
Gaetano Saffioti poses at his cement plant near Palmi, southern Italy, September 12, 2015. Most southern Italian businessmen do not cross the 'Ndrangheta mafia. Saffioti did, and paid a high price. The owner of a successful cement business near the small town of Palmi, Saffioti in 2002 became one of only 30 people to turn state's witness against Calabria's 'Ndrangheta. That year, out of deference to the mobsters or fear, 55 of his 60 employees quit, local banks closed his accounts, and his clients shunned him. His company's sales fell 97 percent, and he and his family have lived under 24-hour armed guard ever since. Picture taken on September 12, 2015. REUTERS/ Antonio Parrinello
ITALY-MAFIA/ECONOMY
RTX1S112
September 23, 2015
Gaetano Saffioti poses at his cement plant near Palmi, southern Italy, September 12, 2015. Most southern...
Locri, Italy
Saffioti poses at his cement plant near Palmi
Gaetano Saffioti poses at his cement plant near Palmi, southern Italy, September 12, 2015. Most southern Italian businessmen do not cross the 'Ndrangheta mafia. Saffioti did, and paid a high price. The owner of a successful cement business near the small town of Palmi, Saffioti in 2002 became one of only 30 people to turn state's witness against Calabria's 'Ndrangheta. That year, out of deference to the mobsters or fear, 55 of his 60 employees quit, local banks closed his accounts, and his clients shunned him. His company's sales fell 97 percent, and he and his family have lived under 24-hour armed guard ever since. Picture taken on September 12, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KCCK
July 15, 2015
People take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is...
Rome, Italy
People take the train at a tube station in Rome
People take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KCCJ
July 15, 2015
People take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is...
Rome, Italy
People take the train at a tube station in Rome
People take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KCCH
July 15, 2015
People take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is...
Rome, Italy
People take the train at a tube station in Rome
People take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KCCG
July 15, 2015
People wait to take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised,...
Rome, Italy
People wait to take the train at a tube station in Rome
People wait to take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KCCC
July 15, 2015
People wait to take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised,...
Rome, Italy
People wait to take the train at a tube station in Rome
People wait to take the train at a tube station in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KCAY
July 15, 2015
A man walks next a garbage bin in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more...
Rome, Italy
A man walks next a garbage bin in Rome
A man walks next a garbage bin in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC8A
July 15, 2015
Tourists take a "selfie" in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised,...
Rome, Italy
Tourists take a "selfie" in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome
Tourists take a "selfie" in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 12, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC7G
July 15, 2015
People walk next to a garbage bin in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is
once...
Rome, Italy
People walk next to a garbage bin in Rome
People walk next to a garbage bin in Rome, Italy, July 14, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is
once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 14, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC6F
July 15, 2015
Tourists walk in front of the Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in Rome July 12,...
Rome, Italy
Tourists walk in front of the Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in Rome
Tourists walk in front of the Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in Rome July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 12, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC6B
July 15, 2015
A Rome's municipal policeman walks as tourists take pictures in Navona square in Rome, Italy July 11,...
Rome, Italy
A Rome's municipal policeman walks as tourists take pictures in Navona square in Rome
A Rome's municipal policeman walks as tourists take pictures in Navona square in Rome, Italy July 11, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 11, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC69
July 15, 2015
Tourists walk past the Arch of Constantine, as a pigeon flies next to a full garbage bin, in Rome July...
Rome, Italy
Tourists walk past the Arch of Constantine, as a pigeon flies next to a full garbage bin, in Rome
Tourists walk past the Arch of Constantine, as a pigeon flies next to a full garbage bin, in Rome July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 12, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC68
July 15, 2015
Tourists walk in front of the Colosseo metro station in Rome, Italy July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised,...
Rome, Italy
Tourists walk in front of the Colosseo metro station in Rome
Tourists walk in front of the Colosseo metro station in Rome, Italy July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 12, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-ROME/
RTX1KC65
July 15, 2015
A man tries to put rubbish in a full garbage bin in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome, Italy July...
Rome, Italy
A man tries to put rubbish in a full garbage bin in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome
A man tries to put rubbish in a full garbage bin in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome, Italy July 12, 2015. Dirty and disorganised, Rome is once more in decline. City hall is paralysed by allegations of Mafia infiltration, its basic services are in tatters, the main airport is partially closed, and wild cat strikes have frayed an already ropey public transport network. For generations, the Italian capital has rested on past glories rather than built on them. The years of neglect, corruption and bureaucratic bungling have taken a fierce toll, reflecting a wider malaise that afflicts Italy as a whole. Picture taken July 12, 2015. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR4Y20H
May 29, 2015
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party (PD) candidate for president of the southern Campania region,...
Naples, Italy
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party candidate for president of the southern Campania region, poses...
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party (PD) candidate for president of the southern Campania region, poses as he leaves after giving a news conference in Naples, Italy, May 29, 2015. The Italian parliament's anti-mafia committee released the names of 17 local election candidates suspected of graft or organised crime links on Friday -- an embarrassment for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi before local elections on Sunday. De Luca is accused of corruption and has a conviction for abuse of office. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR4Y204
May 29, 2015
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party (PD) candidate for president of the southern Campania region,...
Naples, Italy
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party candidate for president of the southern Campania region, reaches...
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party (PD) candidate for president of the southern Campania region, reaches for a cup of coffee before giving a news conference in Naples, Italy, May 29, 2015. The Italian parliament's anti-mafia committee released the names of 17 local election candidates suspected of graft or organised crime links on Friday -- an embarrassment for Prime Minister Matteo Renzi before local elections on Sunday. De Luca is accused of corruption and has a conviction for abuse of office. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
ITALY-ELECTION/
RTR4Y1Z2
May 29, 2015
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party (PD) candidate for president of the southern Campania region,...
Naples, Italy
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party candidate for president of the southern Campania region, smiles...
Vincenzo De Luca, the Democratic Party (PD) candidate for president of the southern Campania region, smiles as he leaves by car after a news conference in Naples, Italy, May 29, 2015. The Italian parliament's anti-mafia committee released the names of 17 local election candidates suspected of graft or organised crime links on Friday -- an embarrassment for Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi before local elections on Sunday. De Luca is accused of corruption and has a conviction for abuse of office. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZVT
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines confiscated and stored in a container in Rome February...
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines confiscated and stored in a container in Rome
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines confiscated and stored in a container in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZUW
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome...
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZUL
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome...
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZUF
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a local coffee bar in Rome February...
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a local coffee bar in Rome
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a local coffee bar in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZTK
March 11, 2015
An Italian Finance Policeman (R) inspects a slot machine with his computer as a man reads a newspaper...
Rome, Italy
An Italian Finance Policeman inspects a slot machine with his computer as a man reads a newspaper in...
An Italian Finance Policeman (R) inspects a slot machine with his computer as a man reads a newspaper in a local coffee bar in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZSU
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a shop in Rome February 5, 2015....
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a shop in Rome
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a shop in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-ITALY/MAFIA
RTR4QEPI
February 20, 2015
Domenico Rancadore (L) arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London...
Domenico Rancadore (L) arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London February 20, 2015. Rancadore, a senior member of an Italian mafia clan, wanted by the Italian authorities for almost 20 years, who assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain, appeared in court on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-ITALY/MAFIA
RTR4QEP4
February 20, 2015
Domenico Rancadore (L) arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London...
Domenico Rancadore (L) arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London February 20, 2015. Rancadore, a senior member of an Italian mafia clan, wanted by the Italian authorities for almost 20 years, who assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain, appeared in court on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-ITALY/MAFIA
RTR4QEOD
February 20, 2015
Domenico Rancadore (L) arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London...
Domenico Rancadore (L) arrives for an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court in central London February 20, 2015. Rancadore, a senior member of an Italian mafia clan, wanted by the Italian authorities for almost 20 years, who assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain, appeared in court on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ITALY-CORRUPTION/
RTR4H0T5
December 07, 2014
A statue is seen at the Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in downtown Rome December...
Rome, Italy
A statue is seen at the Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in downtown Rome
A statue is seen at the Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in downtown Rome December 6, 2014. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's party closed ranks around the mayor of Rome on Sunday amid an investigation into mafia corruption in the capital that has prompted opposition calls for him to resign. Last week prosecutors in Rome arrested 37 people and put dozens of others under investigation for their involvement in a mafia-like system of corruption allegedly run by Rome's former mayor, Gianni Alemanno. Picture taken December 6, 2014. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS CITYSCAPE TRAVEL)
ITALY-CORRUPTION/
RTR4H0SZ
December 07, 2014
Local Police stands in front of Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in downtown Rome...
Rome, Italy
Local Police stands in front of Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in downtown Rome...
Local Police stands in front of Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) in downtown Rome December 6, 2014. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's party closed ranks around the mayor of Rome on Sunday amid an investigation into mafia corruption in the capital that has prompted opposition calls for him to resign. Last week prosecutors in Rome arrested 37 people and put dozens of others under investigation for their involvement in a mafia-like system of corruption allegedly run by Rome's former mayor, Gianni Alemanno. Picture taken December 6, 2014. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS CITYSCAPE)
ITALY-CORRUPTION/
RTR4H0SQ
December 07, 2014
Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) is seen in downtown Rome December 6, 2014. Italian...
Rome, Italy
Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) is seen in downtown Rome
Rome's city hall, "Campidoglio" (the Capitoline hill) is seen in downtown Rome December 6, 2014. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's party closed ranks around the mayor of Rome on Sunday amid an investigation into mafia corruption in the capital that has prompted opposition calls for him to resign. Last week prosecutors in Rome arrested 37 people and put dozens of others under investigation for their involvement in a mafia-like system of corruption allegedly run by Rome's former mayor, Gianni Alemanno. Picture taken December 6, 2014. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS CITYSCAPE TRAVEL)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR4BVM9
October 28, 2014
An Italian Corazzieri honour guard (C) stands at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome October 28,...
Rome, Italy
An Italian Corazzieri honour guard stands at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome
An Italian Corazzieri honour guard (C) stands at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome October 28, 2014. Italy's President Giorgio Napolitano gave unprecedented testimony on Tuesday in a major trial that accuses the state of holding secret talks with the Sicilian Mafia in the 1990s. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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