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Italian police targeting historic mafia families arrested 95 people on Monday for extortion, drug trafficking and money laundering, and in the process they may also have solved the century-old mob murder of a New York detective.In recent years police and prosecutors have dealt severe blows to the Sicilian mafia, historically Italy's most powerful criminal group, while its sister organisation, the 'Ndrangheta of Calabria at the southern end of the Italian mainland, has grown in strength by becoming a big importer of cocaine.In the details of the conversation, which features in the 872-page arrest warrant published on Monday, one of the mobsters, Domenico Palazzotto, said his family had celebrated the 100-year anniversary of the 1909 murder of Italian-American New York policeman Lieutenant Giuseppe "Joe" Petrosino.
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