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Dell’Utri alleged to have blackmailed Berlusconi. Former PM paid for silence in court
Two Germans were among 31 people arrested in a raid on the mafia in the southern Italian region of Calabria. Assets seized included a giant wind farm, the Italian police said.
A Sicilian priest who was murdered by the Mafia in 1993 was declared a martyr by Pope Benedict XVI, a step toward sainthood, the Vatican said in a statement on Thursday.
Italian court says former prime minister was victim of extortion by Cosa Nostra in the 1970s
Vito Roberto Palazzolo, arrested at Bangkok airport, had been living in South Africa under the assumed name Robert von Palace Kolbatschenko and is wanted in Italy.
Organised crime is Italy's biggest business, generating far greater than sales than Eni, the country's oil behemoth, according to a new report.
Until six people were shot dead at an Italian eatery in Duisburg in 2007, no one considered Germany mafia heartland. An Italian court has sentenced eight men, including the mastermind of that shooting, to life in prison
The Italian Mafia is becoming more and more active in Switzerland, according to an annual police report published Thursday. The country is mainly being used for money-laundering operations, the report says
Dozens of mafia companies have headquarters in a warehouse on the outskirts of Bucharest. The groups "connected" to the illegal grouping "Container" sold among themselves fictitious firms on millions of euros
Giovanni Falcone, Prosecutor, as well as his colleague Paolo Borsellino and the General of the Carabinieri Carlo Dalla Chiesa, are the most famous victims of the fight of the Italian State against organized crime