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Police carry out anti-mafia operations

NAPLES, Italy, Nov. 8 (UPI) -- Italian police Thursday scoured sewers in central Naples for drugs and seized $6 million in property in Cantanzaro in operations against mafias, officials said.

Police divers scoured sewers in central Naples for drugs and arms belonging to the Camorra, Italy's ANSA news agency reported.

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Police said they also dismantled "defense systems" in districts such as Scampia.

In Cantanzaro, police seized more than $6 million in property allegedly belonging to members of the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta.

Police said that the seized property belongs to the imprisoned Limbadi clan head Antonio Mancuso, 73, and to Domenico Campisi, who was killed in June 2011.

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