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Andrea Manciaracina
... He was initiated in Cosa Nostra in 1985 or 1986 ... to collaborate with Italian justice, it had been Cosa Nostra boss Totò Riina who favoured the nomination of Manciaracina ... The sevenfold Prime Minister of Italy stood accused of collusion with Cosa Nostra ...
Europa Nostra
... Europa Nostra, (Latin for Our Europe) the pan-European Federation for Cultural Heritage, represents a rapidly growing citizens’ movement for ... Europa Nostra's network covers almost 50 countries across Europe and beyond ... corporations) and also 1500 individual members who directly support the mission of Europa Nostra ...
Shrine Of Nostra Signora Della Guardia
... The “Shrine of Nostra Signora della Guardia” is a Catholic place of pilgrimage and is located on the top of Mount Figogna (804 m asl), in the Municipality of Ceranesi, about 20 ... all over Italy and also abroad, so many churches and shrines have been consecrated to “Nostra Signora della Guardia” ...
Spy Hunter (2001 Video Game) - Plot
... a F-15 pilot who was trained by the FBI, as he tries to take down Nostra, an Israeli-based international company that produces food products, bio-chemicals ... Originally Alec does light missions, mostly destruction of Nostra property (like a vehicle created from Nostra and stolen IES technology) ... However, Nostra hijacks a "Weapons Van" And an Interceptor, and Alec is forced to destroy it ...
Giuseppe Graviano - Links With Berlusconi
... brothers were the intermediaries between Cosa Nostra and prime minister Silvio Berlusconi ... Cosa Nostra decided to back Berlusconi's Forza Italia party from its foundation in 1993, in exchange for help in resolving the mafia's judicial problems ... Cosa Nostra had achieved nothing ...

Famous quotes containing the word nostra:

    Midway along the journey of our life [Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita] I woke to find myself in a dark wood, for I had wandered off from the straight path.
    Dante Alighieri (1265–1321)