Organized crime refers to transnational or national enterprises run by criminals engaging in illegal activity for profit.
These criminals' methods include extortion and money laundering. Examples of such criminal organizations or crime syndicates are the mafia, triads or yakuza. Here you can find a chronological compilation of DW content referring to organized crime.
A huge political storm kicks off after a German soccer player quits the national team - Rescuers continue their search for victims of Greek fires - Undocumented migrants try to make a living on Spain's Costa del Sol - Militant vegetarians attack butchers' shops in France - Special report: Organized mafia crime in Italy and children of the 'Ndrangheta
Best-selling author Roberto Saviano has been a rock in Salvini's shoe, regularly denouncing the interior minister's hardline immigration policies. Salvini said he could not tolerate accusations that he enables the mafia.