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Billions in cocaine money: The group at the heart of Italy's huge mafia trial

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Billions in cocaine money: The group at the heart of Italy's huge mafia trialItaly's biggest mafia trial in decades has begun, with more than 300 defendants linked to the powerful crime group, the 'Ndrangheta, to appear amid high security.
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Italy has opened one of its biggest-ever trials of mafiosi. It targets the 'Ndrangheta, which is now considered Italy's most powerful organized crime group. Lucy Fielder reports.

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