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Report: Four Gunned Down in Apparent Mafia Hit in Italy

MILAN (AP) — Italian news agency ANSA says gunmen have killed 4 people in apparent Mafia hit in the southern region of Puglia. Police said the first two victims were killed Wednesday when another car carrying four or five people drove up alongside it and opened fire.

Art-Loving Mafia Mobster’s Collection In Italy Show

(AFP) – The prized art collection of a mafia boss, confiscated by Italian police, has gone on show in Calabria in an exhibition billed as a “victory of the state” over organised crime. Two paintings by Spanish great Salvador Dali

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Mafia Taking Over As Italy Flooded with Migrants

As more migrants come to Italy the Italian Mafia is running migrant services because the government doesn’t have the capacity. A combination of factors has led to a rise influence for the Italian Mafia. Every day ships set sail from

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One Neapolitan To Go: Pizza Delivery Cops Nab Mafia Boss

ROME (AFP) – A mafia chief in southern Italy has been arrested by detectives disguised as pizza boys who delivered food to his home as he was watching a football match, police said Sunday. Roberto Manganiello, 35, a boss in Naples’

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Georgia Asylum Seeker Gangs On Theft Spree

Thefts are on the rise as gangs from Georgia send members to Germany as asylum seekers to commit crimes in increasing numbers. The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) says that the increase in thefts of jewels and art in Germany

KOBE, JAPAN - JUNE 03: (CHINA OUT, SOUTH KOREA OUT) Riot police stand guard while police officers enter the Japan's biggest Yakuza syndicate 'Yamaguchi Gumi' headquarters for a raid on June 3, 2015 in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan. Police have arrested a member of the gang group on suspicion of fraud, opened a stall with false apprications and the sales had flown to the syndicate. (Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images)

Japanese Police Prepare for ‘Nationwide Yakuza War’

Japan’s National Police Agency has announced the creation of a special central headquarters to address what is now being described as a “state of war” between rival factions within a yakuza organized crime syndicate. The war arrives as Japan struggles to address a growing population crisis worsened by the ongoing aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

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