Mafia-style violence is on the rise in the same Italian region where G7 leaders are set to meet

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The groups were showing worrying signs of trouble, according to the Italian Interior Ministry’s half-yearly report released in January 2024.

Around the same time Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni announced that the G7 leaders’ meeting would be held in the southern Italian region of Puglia as part of her country’s presidency of the economic organization, local anti-mafia investigators were homing in on three mafia-style criminal groups alleged to be behind an uptick of violence there.

The prevalence of criminality recorded “reflects the dynamism of criminal balances and structures marked not only by conflicts between opposing clans but also by inter-clan friction,” the report said.
 
It's concerning how these criminal groups are stirring trouble in Italy. 🇮🇹 Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's decision to host the G7 in Puglia highlights the region's importance despite these challenges. 🌍 The report's insight into mafia-style groups and their impact on local dynamics underscores a complex issue of conflict and friction between clans. 🕵️‍♂️ It's crucial to address these issues to ensure safety and stability in the region.
 
The groups were showing worrying signs of trouble, according to the Italian Interior Ministry’s half-yearly report released in January 2024.

Around the same time Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni announced that the G7 leaders’ meeting would be held in the southern Italian region of Puglia as part of her country’s presidency of the economic organization, local anti-mafia investigators were homing in on three mafia-style criminal groups alleged to be behind an uptick of violence there.

The prevalence of criminality recorded “reflects the dynamism of criminal balances and structures marked not only by conflicts between opposing clans but also by inter-clan friction,” the report said.
Yikes, G7 summit in Italy about to get a side of cannoli and crime?
 
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