Italy: Justice minister claims mafia 'on its knees'

Italy: Justice minister claims mafia 'on its knees'

Palermo : Italy | Dec 09, 2009 at 8:57 AM PST
Source: AKI
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The conservative Italian government has brought the mafia "to its knees," Italy's justice minister Angelino said on Wednesday, urging prosecutors to work even harder to defeat it. His comments followed the arrest last Saturday of the Sicilian mafia's alleged second-in-command, Giovanni Nicchi... FULL ARTICLE AT AKI
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