Police officers stand next to trucks parked in a garage during an operation aiming to break up a Chinese transport mafia, in Prato, Italy, Jan. 18, 2018. (Claudio Giovannini/ANSA via AP)
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Police in Rome said Thursday they had made dozens of arrests to break up an organized crime group in Ostia, a seaside suburb that has been one of the hotspots in a major anti-mafia investigation in the Italian capital.Thirty-one members and affiliates of a suspected clan allegedly run by the Spada family were picked up in raids starting at dawn in Ostia, a police official said, while one suspect remained at large.Ostia was the only one of Rome's 15 districts to be put under direct government control because of alleged mafia infiltration after a wide-ranging investigation dubbed "Mafia Capital" led to dozens of arrests in 2014 .
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