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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 botched pandemic response, economic crisis and shock claims from a mafia boss: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is under fire. Despite losing the first two games, could a final 'home' game in Baku be a lifeline?