The Italian police state that at least 90 people have been arrested and the extensive operation called "Pollino" will continue
Corriere Della Sera.
Hundreds of police officers were involved, and in some European and South American countries, homes, Italian restaurants and other activities were visited. Proposals should have been made in Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
"This aggressive, war-like criminal organization is one of the world's most powerful and controls large parts of the European cocaine trade," writes the European Agency Eurojust, which works with cross-border cross-border crime
According to Eurojust, the operation has been operating since 201
The German newspaper
Der Spiegel writes that the German part of the initiative focused on the West German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
"Ndrangheta-maffian, which has about 6,000 members in comes from Calabria in southern Italy and is supposed to control 80 percent of the European cocaine trade," he writes
The news of the extensive operation comes only one day after the settlement of the Sicilian mafia leader Settimino Mineo. The 80-year-old jeweler was arrested shortly before his appointment as the new leader of the criminal organization.
In addition, another 45 suspicions were raised against the Sicilian mafia.
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