SCAMPIA 24: Drug, feuds and blood in the land of the Camorra
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The Camorra is a Mafia-type criminal organization originating in the region of Campania and its capital Naples, in the south of Italy. The Camorra's business is focused on drug trafficking and Scampia is one of the major centre for drug trafficking and illegal activities in Europe.
by Marco Piscitelli (
on Mon, Mar 25 2013 · 4,300 Views
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