Some 160 people were arrested and more than €50m in mafia assets were seized in Italy and Germany on January 9, Eurojust reported.

Those arrested are suspected of participating in a mafia-type (‘ndrangheta) organised criminal group, attempted murder, extortion, money laundering, firearms-related offences and other crimes.

According to Eurojust, the January 9 operation was the culmination of lengthy and complex investigations, initiated and conducted in Italy by the Reparto Operativo Specia...


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