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MALTA-DAPHNE/ANNIVERSARY
RTS2RFPS
October 16, 2019
Leoluca Orlando, mayor of Sicilian town of Palermo, and Don Luigi Ciotti, founder of the anti-mafia civil...
multiple cities, Malta
2nd anniversary of assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Leoluca Orlando, mayor of Sicilian town of Palermo, and Don Luigi Ciotti, founder of the anti-mafia civil society organization Libera, stand in front of a makeshift memorial during of a vigil and protest on the second anniversary of the assassination of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in a car bomb, outside the Courts of Justice in Valletta, Malta October 16, 2019. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
MALTA-DAPHNE/ANNIVERSARY
RTS2REFL
October 16, 2019
Don Luigi Ciotti, founder of the anti-mafia civil society organization Libera, and Leoluca Orlando, mayor...
Bidnija, Malta
2nd anniversary of assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Don Luigi Ciotti, founder of the anti-mafia civil society organization Libera, and Leoluca Orlando, mayor of Sicilian town of Palermo, attend a commemoration at the site where anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated with a car bomb two years ago, in Bidnija, Malta October 16, 2019. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
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)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR4BVLN
October 28, 2014
Italian Corazzieri honour guard stands at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome October 28, 2014....
Rome, Italy
Italian Corazzieri honour guards stand at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome
Italian Corazzieri honour guard 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)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR4BVLE
October 28, 2014
The Italian flag is seen fluttering in the wind at the Quirinale palace in Rome October 28, 2014. Italy's...
Rome, Italy
The Italian flag is seen fluttering in the wind at the Quirinale palace in Rome
The Italian flag is seen fluttering in the wind at the Quirinale 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)
ITALY-MAFIA/
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October 28, 2014
A seagull flies atop of the Quirinale presidential palace in Rome October 28, 2014. Italy's President...
Rome, Italy
A seagull flies atop of the Quirinale presidential palace in Rome
A seagull flies atop of 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)
ITALY-MAFIA/
RTR4BVKI
October 28, 2014
Italian Corazzieri honour guard stands at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome October 28, 2014....
Rome, Italy
Italian Corazzieri honour guard stands at the Quirinale Presidential Palace, in Rome
Italian Corazzieri honour guard 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 TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGB5
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (L) and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (L) and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAW
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (L) and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (L) and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAS
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (R) covers his face as he leaves after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore covers his face as he leaves after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates...
Domenico Rancadore (R) covers his face as he leaves after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAO
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (2nd L) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (2nd L) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAN
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (L) and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (L) and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAM
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (L) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (L) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAL
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (CENTRE R) cover their faces as they leave after an...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (CENTRE R) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR3HGAH
March 17, 2014
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (L) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition...
London, United Kingdom
Domenico Rancadore and his wife Anne Skinner cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing...
Domenico Rancadore (C) and his wife Anne Skinner (L) cover their faces as they leave after an extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London March 17, 2014. A fugitive Sicilian mafia member arrested in Britain last year after living a quiet, suburban life for two decades will not be extradited back to Italy, a London court ruled on Monday. Domenico Rancadore who came to Britain in 1993, was wanted in Italy after being tried in his absence over Mafia activities from 1987 to 1995 and sentenced to seven years in prison. He assumed the name Marc Skinner whilst living in Britain. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
THAILAND/
RTR3BRNB
December 20, 2012
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, walks near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok...
Bangkok, Thailand
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, walks near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok...
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, walks near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok December 20, 2012. Bangkok court on Thursday rejected the suspected Sicilian mafia's request not to be extradited. Palazzolo, who faces charges of laundering money in Italy, has been fighting against his extradition since the Thai court approved it in April 2012. On Thursday, the court announced Palazzolo will be sent back to Italy within 30 days. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
THAILAND/
RTR3BRNA
December 20, 2012
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, walks near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok...
Bangkok, Thailand
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, walks near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok...
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, walks near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok December 20, 2012. Bangkok court on Thursday rejected the suspected Sicilian mafia's request not to be extradited. Palazzolo, who faces charges of laundering money in Italy, has been fighting against his extradition since the Thai court approved it in April 2012. On Thursday, the court announced Palazzolo will be sent back to Italy within 30 days. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
THAILAND/
RTR3BRN6
December 20, 2012
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, is handcuffed near a prison cell at the criminal court in...
Bangkok, Thailand
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, is handcuffed near a prison cell at the criminal court in...
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, is handcuffed near a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok December 20, 2012. Bangkok court on Thursday rejected the suspected Sicilian mafia's request not to be extradited. Palazzolo, who faces charges of laundering money in Italy, has been fighting against his extradition since the Thai court approved it in April 2012. On Thursday, the court announced Palazzolo will be sent back to Italy within 30 days. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
THAILAND/
RTR3BRN4
December 20, 2012
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, gestures as he walks in a prison cell at the criminal court...
Bangkok, Thailand
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, gestures as he walks in a prison cell at the criminal court...
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, gestures as he walks in a prison cell at the criminal court in Bangkok December 20, 2012. Bangkok court on Thursday rejected the suspected Sicilian mafia's request not to be extradited. Palazzolo, who faces charges of laundering money in Italy, has been fighting against his extradition since the Thai court approved it in April 2012. On Thursday, the court announced Palazzolo will be sent back to Italy within 30 days. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
THAILAND/
RTR3BRMY
December 20, 2012
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, arrives at the criminal court in Bangkok December 20, 2012....
Bangkok, Thailand
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, arrives at the criminal court in Bangkok
Italian suspect Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 65, arrives at the criminal court in Bangkok December 20, 2012. Bangkok court on Thursday rejected the suspected Sicilian mafia's request not to be extradited. Palazzolo, who faces charges of laundering money in Italy, has been fighting against his extradition since the Thai court approved it in April 2012. On Thursday, the court announced Palazzolo will be sent back to Italy within 30 days. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2Q
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2K
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2H
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (2nd L) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR2G
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as they leave the police headquarters in Naples
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as they leave the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR25
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he leaves the police headquarters in Naples...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as he leaves the police headquarters in Naples
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he leaves the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR0R
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he covers his face at the police headquarters...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine as he covers his face at the police headquarters...
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) as he covers his face at the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ITALY-MAFIA/ARREST
RTXUR0O
November 17, 2010
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) at the police headquarters in Naples November...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine at the police headquarters in Naples
Italian policemen escort Camorra boss Antonio Iovine (C) at the police headquarters in Naples November 17, 2010. Italian police arrested on Wednesday a mafia boss who had been on the run for 14 years and was one of Italy's most wanted men, judicial sources said. Iovine, a boss of the Camorra, the Naples version of the Sicilian mafia, was arrested by police and was being transferred to a safe location, the sources said. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-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-CHEF/
RTR1QRDY
June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY-CHEF/
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June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY-CHEF/
RTR1QRDU
June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia poses at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef La Mantia poses at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia poses at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY-CHEF/
RTR1QRDR
June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia poses at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef La Mantia poses at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia poses at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY-CHEF/
RTR1QRDP
June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia is interviewed by Reuters at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12,...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia is interviewed by Reuters at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia is interviewed by Reuters at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY-CHEF/
RTR1QRDO
June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY-CHEF/
RTR1QRDL
June 13, 2007
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in...
Rome, Italy
Italian chef La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome
Italian chef Filippo La Mantia cooks at his restaurant in downtown Rome June 12, 2007. Serving time in prison is not the classic path to becoming a top chef but La Mantia, who runs Rome's "Trattoria", developed ideas and learnt techniques from inmates in a Sicilian prison while held on Mafia charges. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY
RTXOHH7
April 11, 2006
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (C), flanked by Italy's top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso...
Rome, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (C), flanked by Italy's top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero G.....
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (C), flanked by Italy's top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso (R) and Italian police chief Gianni De Gennaro, talks during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome April 11, 2006. Bernando 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
RTXOHH6
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
RTR1CFI8
April 11, 2006
Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso smiles as he talks during a news conference at the Viminale...
Rome, Italy
Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor Grasso smiles as he talks during news conference at Viminale in Rome...
Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso smiles as he talks during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome April 11, 2006. Bernando 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
RTR1CFHX
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
RTR1CFHW
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
RTR1CFHL
April 11, 2006
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (C), flanked by Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso...
Rome, Italy
Italian Interior Minister Pisanu talks during news conference in Rome
Italian Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu (C), flanked by Italy?s top anti-mafia prosecutor, Piero Grasso (R) and Italian police chief Gianni De Gennaro, talks during a news conference at the Viminale in Rome April 11, 2006. Bernando 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
RTR1CFHI
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
RTR1CFCM
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
PICCIONE
RTXNUKJ
October 06, 2005
Dario Piccione, lawyer for the family of slain Italian banker Roberto Calvi, [gestures in Rebibbia prison's...
Rome, Italy
Dario Piccione, lawyer for the family of slain Italian banker Roberto Calvi, [gestures in Rebibbia p.....
Dario Piccione, lawyer for the family of slain Italian banker Roberto Calvi, [gestures in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, at the opening of the trial for Calvi's killing in 1982], 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.]
D'ANDREA
RTXNUKI
October 06, 2005
Court president Mario D'Andrea listens to proceedings in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during the...
Rome, Italy
Court president Mario D'Andrea listens to proceedings in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during .....
Court president Mario D'Andrea listens to proceedings in 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.]
CARBONI
RTXNUKH
October 06, 2005
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, for...
Rome, Italy
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, fo.....
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, for 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.]
CRIME CALVI
RTR18V19
October 06, 2005
Dario Piccione, lawyer for the family of slain Italian banker Roberto Calvi, gestures in Rebibbia prison's...
Rome, Italy
Lawyer for family of slain Italian banker Roberto Calvi gestures in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome...
Dario Piccione, lawyer for the family of slain Italian banker Roberto Calvi, gestures in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, at the opening of the trial for Calvi's killing in 1982, 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
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UUR
October 06, 2005
Court president Mario D'Andrea listens to proceedings in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during the...
Rome, Italy
Court president D'Andrea listens to proceedings in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during opening...
Court president Mario D'Andrea listens to proceedings in 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
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UUH
October 06, 2005
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, for...
Rome, Italy
Sardinian financier Carboni appears as defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during trial...
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, for 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
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
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UIK
October 06, 2005
Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome is filled for the opening of the trial for the 1982 killing of Italian...
Rome, Italy
Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome is filled during opening trial of 1982 killing of Italian banker...
Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome is filled for 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
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UI2
October 06, 2005
Prosecutor Luca Tescaroni listens to proceedings in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, during the opening...
Rome, Italy
Prosecutor Luca Tescaroni listens to proceedings in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during trial...
Prosecutor Luca Tescaroni listens to proceedings in 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
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UHY
October 06, 2005
Defence lawyer Corrado Oliviero speaks with his client Pippo Calo from Rebibbia prison's courtroom in...
Rome, Italy
Defence lawyer Oliviero speaks with his client from Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during trial...
Defence lawyer Corrado Oliviero speaks with his client Pippo Calo from Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome at 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
CRIME CALVI
RTR18UHQ
October 06, 2005
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, for...
Rome, Italy
Sardinian financier Carboni appears as defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during trial...
Sardinian financier Flavio Carboni appears as a defendant in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, for 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
ITALY CALVI
RTR18UH9
October 06, 2005
Sardinian financier and defendant Flavio Carboni (L) speaks with his lawyer Renato Borzone in Rebibbia...
Rome, Italy
Sardinian financier and defendant Carboni speaks with lawyer in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome during...
Sardinian financier and defendant Flavio Carboni (L) speaks with his lawyer Renato Borzone in Rebibbia prison's courtroom in Rome, at 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
ITALY
RTR48M0
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
RTRUZBF
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
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