More than 200 convicted in Italy's 'Ndrangheta trial

By Gaida Zampano and Paolo Santalucia
Updated November 21 2023 - 7:50am, first published 7:48am
It took more than an hour and 40 minutes for the judge to read aloud the court's lengthy verdict. (AP PHOTO)
It took more than an hour and 40 minutes for the judge to read aloud the court's lengthy verdict. (AP PHOTO)

An Italian tribunal has convicted 207 people and sentenced them to a combined 2100 years in prison on charges related to their membership in Italy's 'Ndrangheta organised crime syndicate, one of the world's most powerful, extensive and wealthy drug-trafficking groups.

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