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Italy convicts first 70 ‘ndrangheta members in massive Mafia trial

By DW
10 November 2021   |   10:44 am
The 'ndrangheta organized crime network took over from the Cosa Nostra as the wealthiest and most powerful Italian Mafia in the world. Another 355 people will be tried and face sentencing in coming years.

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