(ANSA) – GENOA, MAR 9 – Police from Genoa on Tuesday arrested 29 people, 15 Italians and 14 Albanians, on charges of smuggling drugs from the Balkan country to Italy under the supervision of the Puglia mafia, Sacra Corona Unita (United Holy Crown, SCU).
The gang removed about seven tonnes of marijuana, marijuana and cocaine, police said.
The gang used a powerful speed boat, with a 500 horsepower engine, driven by skilled SCU smugglers, to evade police marine patrols, police said.
About 32 other people have been investigated in the investigation.
The drugs, especially marijuana, are stored in Puglia and Molise and then transferred to northern Italy, France and Germany, police said.
Police said the marijuana was added with other chemicals to make it comparable to cocaine’s effect.
As well as supplying drugs in Bologna, Florence and Genoa, the gang also supplies Rome’s drug market, police said.
About 200 coffins fell into the Ligurian sea after part of an Italian cemetery collapsed in a landslide.
The incident took place on the cliffs of the northwest coast town of Camogli, about 20 kilometers south of Genoa.
The Italian fire service has confirmed that no one was injured in the landslide, which destroyed two chapels and carried several meters of rock to shore.
Authorities have been working at the site since Monday by boat to restore the coffins, while access to the cemetery has been restricted.
Experts said there was no initial danger to other buildings in the vicinity.
The alarm was first raised by employees at the cemetery, who restored several pantheons and witnessed a collapse.
Mobile footage shared on social media showed the ground shaking amid loud noises, before parts of the cemetery sank to shore.
“The search for human remains affected by the accident is still ongoing,” said Mayor Francesco Olivari, warning that some of the coffins may be buried under the rubble.
Five of the ten coffins recovered from the sea have been identified, Olivari added, as about twenty people gathered in front of the town hall to report about the bodies of their loved ones.
“Starting tomorrow we will welcome everyone one by one to try to provide answers to those affected by this tragedy that has involved our entire community.”
“We are close to all the Camogli family at this time of mourning,” the town hall also said at a Facebook posts.
Genoa prosecutors have opened an investigation into the cause of the landslide. Local authorities stated that the cliff under the burial had been eroded by heavy rainfall and violent sea storms in recent years.
Camogli Cemetery is one of the most popular in the area due to its location on the touristy Italian Riviera, in a historic port city.
Italy and Genoa goalkeeper Federico Marchetti got his luxury, a total £ 300,000 Ferrari really totaling after he delivered it to the car wash.
But 37 years old League The goalkeeper received praise from fans for his calm response to the shocking news, as he said: “Thank God nobody got hurt, that’s the most important,” on social media.
Totally broken, however, was the Marchetti red Ferrari 812 Superfast.
The guards arrange for the super car to be cleaned professionally. But, on his way to return him to the Genoese training complex, a car wash worker lost control, crashed into five parked cars and squeezed the front of the vehicle into an obstacle.
Thankfully, the Ferrari driver at the time escaped unscathed. Although the video that followed, with emergency services clearing debris, showed that the front of the car had completely disappeared.
Genoa goalkeeper Federico Marchetti leaves angrily after a £ 300,000 Ferrari 812 Superfast was crushed by car wash workers during training. It also hit five cars parked in the crash
The 812 Superfast is the most powerful sports car Ferrari has ever built. It has a top speed of over 211mph. pic.twitter.com/RgFDhAHLvF
Genoa, Marchetti took the Ferrari to wash but the car washer destroyed it
The Rossobl goalkeeper handed over his 812 Superfast worth around 300 thousand euros to the janitor who, however, was never able to bring it back to the Signorini Sports Center pic.twitter.com/uHPAdN0EDD
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is one of the most powerful sports cars in the world, capable of going from zero to 60 mph in less than three seconds and reaching a top speed of 211 mph. It comes with a price tag of £ 300,000.
Marchetti, 37, joined Genoa in 2018 after making 194 appearances for the club Lazio, where he was nicknamed ‘Tarzan’.
He also made 11 appearances for Italy and played in the 2010 World Cup after Gianluigi Buffon was sidelined through injury, although Marchetti’s last call-up to the senior team came in 2016.
“Bravo, you are a real man,” said a football fan on Instagram as Marchetti shared the message after the news broke, swallowing the anger he might have felt and thanking God that no one was hurt in the accident.
“What a man,” replied another. “We love you … You are the best.”
However, a worker at the complex drove a red Ferrari 812 Superfast – which normally costs around € 300,000 – to several parked cars and caused serious damage, although no one was injured in the accident.
This model can go from zero to 60mph in just under three seconds and a crash results in the front split open with the suspension completely destroyed.
Marchetti was training with his team-mates in Genoa when the incident occurred and local police were investigating.
37 years old joined with Genoa from Lazio in 2018 and has made 11 appearances for Italy.
Italian nickname is Beautiful land, it means a beautiful country, which is true. Another name to describe it could easily be the “country of gold” for gold jewelry that is made and exported around the world. Even during the pandemic, ateliers and manufacturers in Vicenza, Velenza, Arezzo and other parts of the country in the shape of the boots were busy producing gold trinkets under the manufacturer’s label “Made in Italy”, indicating the country of origin. Below are some quality gold jewelery that will give a sparkle for the new year.
The new jewelery collection from the luxury jewelery shop based in Genoa is called Genesi (Genesis), based on the Nautilus spiral. Massimo Gismondi, the seventh-generation head of the family business, was inspired by the Nautilus fossil he saw on display at the Natural History Museum of Genoa. To reinterpret it in his jewelery collection, he created a rose gold spiral coil design topped with a diamond pavé. What emerged from the coil were white ceramic droplets. The company uses an advanced 3D software program and wax casting process to create prototypes. The ceramics are baked at 122 degrees Fahrenheit for 48 hours, and then laser cut into shapes, with gold edging and applied, by hand, to each piece. Collection of rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets meant for everyday wear and not just for special occasions.
Milan jewelery shop, which specializes in elegant and elegant design, is spending 2020 celebrating its 100th anniversary. Pieces released throughout the year vary but all focus on an 18k gold sheen. The cuff and ring feature a combination of rhodium yellow and black gold in a simple geometric design.
Having dedicated his collection to Portofino, Capri, Rome and Venice, Roberto Coin has chosen another Italian city as inspiration for his jewelery – Verona. The Love in Verona collection defines “Romeo and Juliet,” the love story for which the city is famous. The rings and bracelets in this collection are made in three tones of gold, with a polished and satin finish. The design reintroduces the four-petal diamond flower which is a constant Roberto Coin design. The repetition of flowers on the surface depicts the architectural structure of Arena Verona, one of the epitome of the city. In a collection rich in symbols, Roberto Coin chooses to express his craft with a contemporary and minimalist look.
Valenza-based jewelery shop specializes in manipulating 18 ct gold by combining Old World hammering, engraving and embossing techniques with modern engineering technology. The Buckle collection is inspired by the shapes and curves of antique jewelery. Brilliant round rubies and diamonds enhance the gold’s shape.
The newest pieces in the Puzzle collection are colorful, fun and luxurious. Inspired by the abstractionism of the 1970s, Puzzle reinterprets the geometric shapes and colors of Kandinsky and Mondrian’s paintings and the shape of Calder’s sculptures. The collection is innovative and versatile. Mother of pearl for rings and earrings and enamel for earrings can be easily replaced. Chains can be worn as pendants, bracelets and belts.