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Migrants and Mafia: Forced Migration and Organized Crime in Sicily

Hayden Ford

As debate on the European migrant crisis shifts from the voyage of migrants and their initial arrival in Europe to the long-term experiences of migrants in host countries, we must reexamine the issue of organized crime and forced migration. 1,634 more words


Three charged after cocaine trafficking investigation

Three men face charges following an investigation into suspected cocaine trafficking in Saskatoon.

Officers from the Saskatoon Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU), the Federal Serious and Organized Crime Unit North, and city police executed a search warrant in the 100 block of Edinburgh Place on Tuesday. 94 more words


# 17.19 Industrial Clusters, Organized Crime and Productivity Growth in Italian SMEs

Roberto Ganau, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose


We examine whether organized crime affects firms’ performance (defined using Total Factor Productivity growth) both directly and indirectly, by downsizing the positive externalities arising from the geographic concentration of (intra- and inter-industry) market-related firms. 67 more words


The Trumpanos

To understand the Trump White House, one needs only remember whence Mr. Trump hails. He is the quintessential New York City and New Jersey real estate mogul and casino magnate. 420 more words


Lack of 'criminal' designation for Hells Angels in B.C. allows biker gang to flourish

On a recent Wednesday evening in Kelowna, a row of Harleys was parked outside the Hells Angels clubhouse on Ellis Street.

The biker gang was holding its weekly “church” meeting at the clubhouse, despite the fact the B.C. 1,880 more words

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New Release Blitz: The Scent of Roses by Sienna Blake

The Scent of Roses by Sienna Blake

Dark Romeo 2

SB Publishing (July 13, 2017)


The sequel to Love Sprung From Hate, Dark Romeo #1. 360 more words

Homicide case a 'very rare crime' says criminologist

As detectives continued Friday to investigate a quadruple homicide, one criminologist suggested the incident had “all the markings” of organized crime.

Ritesh Narayan, a lecturer and criminologist at Mount Royal University, noted the crime is not believed to be “the job of one person.” 259 more words

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