Martedì 22 Gennaio 2019 | 08:55

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Genoa
Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

Widower killed in workplace accident, leaves 2 kids

 
Davos
IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

IMF slashes 2019 Italy growth forecast to 0.6% too

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
New gene treatment for thalassemia kids

New gene treatment for thalassemia kids

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Milan
Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

Bonafede says Milan legal clerk's fall 'unacceptable'

 
Bologna
Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

Boy, 2, dies of meningitis in Bologna

 
Rome
Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

Italy envoy called to French foreign ministry over Di Maio

 
Rome
League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

League furious over transgender's lesson to kids

 
Rome
Cold snap set to hit Italy

Cold snap set to hit Italy

 
Rome
Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

Salvini cappuccino remark on dead migrant 'barbaric' - PD

 

Turin

Anti-'Ndrangheta op nets 20 suspects

Prosecutors invite victims to 'find strength' to come forward

Anti-'Ndrangheta op nets 20 suspects

Turin, January 14 - Police on Thursday arrested 20 people and carried out 41 searches in Turin and Calabria in an operation against a clan belonging to the southern region's powerful 'Ndrangheta mafia operating in the northern Piemonte regional capital. The suspects were arrested on various charges including mafia association, extortion, usury, drug trafficking and operating illegal gambling houses. Assets were also seized in the operation. Investigators say the clan used acts of intimidation against their victims. In one case, a victim was allegedly sent a pig's head accompanied by a note saying he would be next. On Thursday the Turin prosecutor's office called on victims to "find the strength" to come forward. "This is the only way to stop and defeat the spread of the mafia culture in Piemonte," prosecutors said. None of the victims identified during investigations had reported their situation to the authorities.

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