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Death in Naples - 08 Nov 2006
Death in Naples - 08 Nov 2006
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November 08, 2006
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples...
Naples, Italy
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples...
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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November 02, 2006
Italian policemen patrol the "Sanita" district in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Prime...
Naples, Italy
Italian policemen patrol Sanita district in Naples
Italian policemen patrol the "Sanita" district in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Prime Minister Romano Prodi made an emergency visit to Naples on Thursday to plan strategy to confront a rash of murders that has sparked calls for the army to be dispatched to restore order to the southern city. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples...
Naples, Italy
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples...
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri search a man at the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006....
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri search a man at the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri search a man at the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples...
Naples, Italy
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Qualiano on the outskirt Naples
The body of Pasquale Russo lies on the ground after he was killed in Quagliano, on the outskirts of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 02, 2006
A police car patrols the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Italian Prime...
Naples, Italy
A police car patrols the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples
A police car patrols the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi made an emergency visit to Naples on Thursday to plan strategy to confront a rash of murders that has sparked calls for the army to be dispatched to restore order to the southern city. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
SPORT SOCCER
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November 06, 2006
Italian Carabinieri personnel arrive at the San Paolo Stadium before the Italian Serie B soccer match...
Naples, Italy
Carabinieri arrive at the San Paolo Stadium before the Italian Serie B soccer match between Napoli and...
Italian Carabinieri personnel arrive at the San Paolo Stadium before the Italian Serie B soccer match between Napoli and Juventus, in Naples November 6, 2006. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME
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November 02, 2006
A ship sails under stormy clouds near the harbour of the southern Italian city of Naples November 2,...
Naples, Italy
A ship sails under stormy clouds near the harbour of the southern Italian city of Naples
A ship sails under stormy clouds near the harbour of the southern Italian city of Naples November 2, 2006. Prime Minister Romano Prodi made an emergency visit to Naples on Thursday to plan strategy to confront a rash of murders that has sparked calls for the army to be dispatched to restore order to the southern city. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
An elderly man watches from a window as an Italian Carabinieri officer patrols the Milito district in...
Naples, Italy
An elderly man watches from a window as an Italian Carabinieri officer patrols the Milito district in...
An elderly man watches from a window as an Italian Carabinieri officer patrols the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
An Italian Carabinieri officer guards the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8,...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri guards the Milito district in the southern city of Naples
An Italian Carabinieri officer guards the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 02, 2006
Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi speaks at a news conference in the southern city of Naples November...
Naples, Italy
Italian Prime Minister Prodi speaks at a news conference in the southern city of Naples
Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi speaks at a news conference in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Prodi made an emergency visit to Naples on Thursday to plan strategy to confront a rash of murders that has sparked calls for the army to be dispatched to restore order to the southern city. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
Italian Carabinieri show a machine-gun found during a search in downtown Naples November 8, 2006. Italian...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri show a machine-gun found during a search in downtown Naples
Italian Carabinieri show a machine-gun found during a search in downtown Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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November 03, 2006
A man and his son walk at the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Italian...
Naples, Italy
Man and son walk at Scampia district in southern city of Naples
A man and his son walk at the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi made an emergency visit to Naples on Thursday to plan strategy to confront a rash of murders that has sparked calls for the army to be dispatched to restore order to the southern city. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district of the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district of the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district of the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
Police officers lead Antonio Bianco (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples November...
Naples, Italy
Police officers lead Antonio Bianco from a police station in the southern city of Naples
Police officers lead Antonio Bianco (C) from a police station in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
Police officers guard the Sanita district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police...
Naples, Italy
Police officers guard the Sanita district in the southern city of Naples
Police officers guard the Sanita district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
An Italian Carabinieri officer patrols the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8,...
Naples, Italy
Carabinieri officer patrols the Milito district in the southern city of Naples
An Italian Carabinieri officer patrols the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri inspect a man in the Scampia district of the southern city of Naples November 7,...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri inspect a man in the Scampia district of the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri inspect a man in the Scampia district of the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 02, 2006
A top view of the Italian southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Prime Minister Romano Prodi made...
Naples, Italy
Top view of Italian southern city of Naples
A top view of the Italian southern city of Naples November 2, 2006. Prime Minister Romano Prodi made an emergency visit to Naples on Thursday to plan strategy to confront a rash of murders that has sparked calls for the army to be dispatched to restore order to the southern city. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME ITALY NAPLES
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November 08, 2006
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Milito district in the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Milito district in the southern city of Naples November 8, 2006. Italian police arrested 32 people in Naples on Wednesday in the first major security operation since the government took emergency steps to stop a crime wave in the southern city. But there was more violence in the streets, as two men riding in a stolen ambulance shot dead a man believed by police to have Mafia links. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
CRIME NAPLES
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November 07, 2006
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy...
Naples, Italy
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples
Italian Carabinieri patrol the Scampia district in the southern city of Naples November 7, 2006. Italy will put more than 1,000 additional security forces in Naples and create a special squad to safeguard tourist areas as part of an emergency package meant to stem a rash of violent crime. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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