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'Art Patrons' Financing Weapons Smuggling to Libyan Islamists?

According to information published by the Italian newspaper La Stampa, organized crime group related to the Italian mafia in the southern region of Calabria (the 'Ndrangheta network) together with the Neapolitan Camorra, are purchasing Kalashnikov guns, rocket propelled grenades as well as rocket launchers from Moldova and Ukraine. The Italian Mafia in cooperation with the Russian Mafia smuggles these weapons for them to end up in the end in the hands of the ISIS fighters, based in the city of Sirt, Libya.
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