Italy arrests Camorra Mafia members linked to suppliers in Morocco

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Police in Italy arrested two Camorra Mafia members linked to drug suppliers of Maghreb origin, Italian newspaper La Repubblica reports.

The two individuals are suspected of having links with these drug suppliers who, reportedly sell and distribute drugs imported from Morocco through Spain in Italy. Between 2001 and 2012, they set up a transnational network that imported hashish.

Investigators identified four other suspects who are on the run. Two of them were featured in a list issued by the Italian Interior Ministry. The arrest led to the seizure of 6,000 kilograms of hashish.

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