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CRIME ITALY PROVENZANO
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May 02, 2006
A series of photos taken by Italian police on April 11, 2006 show captured Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano...
Palermo, Italy
Series of photos taken by Italian police show captured Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano after his arrest...
A series of photos taken by Italian police on April 11, 2006 show captured Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano after his arrest in Palermo. Provenzano, who was arrested last month, is expected to appear via video conference May 2, 2006 from his jail cell in central Italy at a Mafia trial in Sicily where he is a defendant. Italian police found Provenzano on April 11, holed up at a farmhouse outside his southern home town Corleone, after tracking a clean laundry package sent by his wife. REUTERS/Questura di Palermo/Handout
ITALY
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April 11, 2006
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (L) and Italy's top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso hold...
Rome, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (L) and Italy's top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso ho.....
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (L) and Italy's top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso hold pictures of Italy's most wanted man Bernardo Provenzano during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome, April 11, 2006. Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on Tuesday, officials said.
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
Italian police officers lead Sicilian Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano (2nd L) into a police station in...
Palermo, Italy
Italian police officers lead Sicilian Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano into a police station in the southern...
Italian police officers lead Sicilian Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano (2nd L) into a police station in the southern city of Palermo April 11, 2006. Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on Tuesday, officials said. For EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Questura di Palermo/Handout
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
Sicilian Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano arrives at a police station in Palermo April 11, 2006. Provenzano,...
Palermo, Italy
Sicilian Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano arrives at a police station in Palermo
Sicilian Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano arrives at a police station in Palermo April 11, 2006. Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on Tuesday, officials said. EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Questura di Palermo/Handout
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso holds a picture of Italy?s most wanted man Bernardo Provenzano...
Rome, Italy
Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor Grasso holds picture of Italy?s most wanted man Provenzano during news...
Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso holds a picture of Italy?s most wanted man Bernardo Provenzano during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome April 11, 2006. Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on Tuesday, officials said. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu holds a picture of Italy?s most wanted man Bernardo Provenzano...
Rome, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Pisanu holds picture of Italy?s most wanted man Provenzano during news conference...
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu holds a picture of Italy?s most wanted man Bernardo Provenzano during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome, April 11, 2006. Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on Tuesday, officials said. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (L) and Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso hold...
Rome, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Pisanu and prosecutor, Grasso, hold pictures of Provenzano during news conference...
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (L) and Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso hold pictures of Italy?s most wanted man Bernardo Provenzano during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome, April 11, 2006. Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on Tuesday, officials said. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
Italian carabinieri (military police) stand guard outside the small Sicilian town of Corleone in this...
Palermo, Italy
File photo of Italian carabinieri standing guard outside Sicilian town of Corleone
Italian carabinieri (military police) stand guard outside the small Sicilian town of Corleone in this 1992 file photo. Bernardo Provenzano, the undisputed chief of the Sicilian Mafia who had been on the run for more than four decades, was arrested while hiding in a farmhouse near Corleone in Sicily on April 11, 2006 officials said. Provenzano, known as the "Phantom of Corleone" after his native hill town, made famous by the Godfather films, has been running the Mafia since former "boss of bosses" Toto Riina was arrested in 1993. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY MAFIA ARREST
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April 11, 2006
The last known photograph of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano taken in 1959. Provenzano, the head of the...
Corleone, Italy
Last known photograph of mafia boss Provenzano
The last known photograph of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano taken in 1959. Provenzano, the head of the Sicilian Mafia who has been on the run for more than four decades and was Italy's most wanted man, was arrested in Sicily on April 11, 2006, the Interior Ministry said. It was the state's biggest success against the Mafia in more than 10 years. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Handout
ITALY
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March 07, 2005
A computer photofit issued by Italian Police of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano shows how he may have...
Palermo, Italy
A computer photofit issued by Italian Police of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano shows how he may have...
A computer photofit issued by Italian Police of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano shows how he may have aged March 7, 2005. Italian police release an updated photofit (L) of Provenzano, Italy's most wanted man, the "Godfather" of the Sicilian Mafia who has been on the run for more than 40 years. Police put together the photofit image with the help of Costa Nostra informants who have come forward after a recent series of raids on the infamous crime organisation. REUTERS/Ho TG/AA
ITALY MAFIA
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January 25, 2005
A handout photo, released by Italian police, of Francesco Pastoia, arrested in an anti-Mafia operation...
Rome, Italy
Handout photo of Francesco Pastoia arrested in an anti-mafia operation in Palermo.
A handout photo, released by Italian police, of Francesco Pastoia, arrested in an anti-Mafia operation in Palermo, Sicily, January 25, 2005. Police have arrested 46 suspected members of the Mafia in a major operation against criminals believed to have helped protect top Cosa Nostra boss Bernardo Provenzano, on the run for four decades. The operation, carried out in various parts of Sicily, involved more than 1,000 police and was timed "to prevent the escape of some of the most dangerous Mafia killers," a police statement said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Handout MR/acm
ITALY MAFIA
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May 10, 2004
A computer photofit issued by Italian Police of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano shows how he may have...
Palermo, Italy (Italian Republic)
POLICE PHOTOFIT OF HOW MAFIA BOSS PROVNZANO MAY LOOK NOW.
A computer photofit issued by Italian Police of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano shows how he may have aged. Sicilian legend Provenzano, now 70, is Italy's most wanted man and has had the police on his trail for 40 years. Provenzano, known as Binnu the Tractor, took over the Mafia in 1993 after the arrest of former boss of bosses Salvatore Toto Riina, but is said to favour a truce with the state unlike the stategy relished by the mercurial Riina. REUTERS/ Ho TG/CRB
ITALY MAFIA
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April 19, 2001
The last known photograph of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano taken in 1959. Sicilian legend Provenzano,...
Palermo, Italy (Italian Republic)
LAST KNOWN PHOTO OF MAFIA BOSS BERNARDO PROVENZANO.
The last known photograph of mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano taken in 1959. Sicilian legend Provenzano, now 70, is Italy's most wanted man and has had the police on his trail for 40 years. Provenzano, known as Binnu the Tractor, took over the Mafia in 1993 after the arrest of former boss of bosses Salvatore Toto Riina, but is said to favour a truce with the state unlike the stategy relished by the mercurial Riina. REUTERS/ Ho TG
SPERA
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January 30, 2001
Police picture of Mafia boss Benedetto Spera, who was arrested on January 30, 2001, is displayed during...
Palermo, Italy
Police picture of Mafia boss Benedetto Spera, who was arrested on January 30, 2001, is displayed dur.....
Police picture of Mafia boss Benedetto Spera, who was arrested on January 30, 2001, is displayed during a press conference held in Palermo's Police headquarters. Spera, the man that police believe is the right-hand man of [Italy's most-wanted Mafia fugitive Bernardo Provenzano], was arrested in the countryside near Corleone the hilltown south of Palermo, that was made famous by both the real-life mafia live and that in Hollywood's Godfather films.
SPERA
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January 30, 2001
Italian special corp policemen celebrate in Palermo's police headquarters after they arrested the Mafia...
Palermo, Italy
Italian special corp policemen celebrate in Palermo's police headquarters after they arrested the Ma.....
Italian special corp policemen celebrate in Palermo's police headquarters after they arrested the Mafia boss Benedetto Spera on January 30, 2001. Spera, the man that police believe is the right-hand man of [Italy's most-wanted Mafia fugitive Bernardo Provenzano], was arrested in the countryside near Corleone the hilltown south of Palermo, that was made famous by both the real-life mafia live and that in Hollywood's Godfather films.
ITALY MAFIA
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January 30, 2001
Police picture of Mafia boss Benedetto Spera, who was arrested on January 30, 2001, is displayed during...
Palermo, Italy
PICTURE OF MAFIA BOSS BENEDETTO SPERA DURING PRESS CONFERENCE.
Police picture of Mafia boss Benedetto Spera, who was arrested on January 30, 2001, is displayed during a press conference held in Palermo's Police headquarters. Spera, the man that police believe is the right-hand man of Italy's most-wanted Mafia fugitive Bernardo Provenzano, was arrested in the countryside near Corleone the hilltown south of Palermo, that was made famous by both the real-life mafia live and that in Hollywood's Godfather films.

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ITALY MAFIA
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January 30, 2001
Italian special corp policemen escort the car carrying arrested Mafia boss Benedetto Spera in Palermo's...
Palermo, Italy
ITALIAN POLICEMEN ESCORT MAFIA BOSS BENEDETTO SPERA AFTER HIS ARREST.
Italian special corp policemen escort the car carrying arrested Mafia boss Benedetto Spera in Palermo's police headquarters on January 30, 2001. Spera, the man that police believe is the right-hand man of Italy's most-wanted Mafia fugitive Bernardo Provenzano, was arrested in the Sicily countryside near Corleone, the hilltown south of Palermo that was made famous by both the real-life mafia and that in Hollywood's Godfather films.

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ITALY MAFIA
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January 30, 2001
Italian special corp policemen celebrate in Palermo's police headquarters after they arrested the Mafia...
Palermo, Italy
ITALIAN POLICEMEN CELEBRATE AFTER THE ARREST OF MAFIA BOSS BENEDETTO SPERA.
Italian special corp policemen celebrate in Palermo's police headquarters after they arrested the Mafia boss Benedetto Spera on January 30, 2001. Spera, the man that police believe is the right-hand man of Italy's most-wanted Mafia fugitive Bernardo Provenzano, was arrested in the Sicily countryside near Corleone, the hilltown south of Palermo that was made famous by both the real-life mafia and that in Hollywood's Godfather films.

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