Meloni Claudio

translator - traducteur

Rome - Italie

Sa biographie
2017 Associazione Neapolis, Rome, Journalism and Social Media course 2016 Il Fatto Quotidiano, Rome, investigative Journalism school 2013 Fondazione Lisli e Lelio Basso, Rome, Journalism school 2011 ISPI Milan, Microcredit course 2001 Ateneo Impresa spa, Rome, Marketing and Communication course 1997 - 2001 University of Rome La Sapienza, Degree in Economics. 1986 Lyceum Nomentano, Rome. Diploma Liceo Scientifico
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  • The deadly correlation between two common drugs

    Each day 115 americans dies for abusing opioid painkillers. But this drug is still continuing to be prescribed as usual. The same as benzodiazepine, normally used for anxiety and insomnia. In a study conducted over 300.000 deaths due to opioids overdose 17% out of them where found positive to benzodiazepines. Studies show how benzodiazepines are connected with the increasing of opioids effects.
  • The Guerrero Unidos cartel and the killing of 43 Mexican students

    The students from Ayotzinapa college disappeared. The students from Ayotzinapa college disappeared.
    In September 2014, 43 Ayotzinapa students were kidnapped in Iguala. Up to now investigations led by local police haven't been able to find out where the students were taken and what happened to them. Investigating Guerrero Unidos drug trafficking in Chicago, US officials wiretapped conversations about this plot. They appear to shed new light on the killings.
  • Uribe's financial ties with the Medellin cartel

    Senator Luis Giullermo Velez Trujillo, an ex political Uribe's ally, told the US Embassy in Colombia that the Ochoa-Vàsquez crime family financed Uribe political campaign. He also added that Uribe is a cousin of the Ochoa Vasquez drug kingpin, one of the founder of the Medellin drug cartel, according to NSA's cables released today.
  • The Tamaulipas massacre

    Drug trade organizations operate fairly openly and with freedom of movement and operations, with tactics that include roadblocks, the takeover of towns, and bottling up local military units and security forces. In many cases they operate with near total impunity in the face of compromised local security forces.
  • Los Zetas

    Los Zetas control the major drug trafficking corridors along the south Texas/Mexico border for the Gulf Cartel and are involved in or linked to numerous criminal activities including kidnapping, murder, and alien smuggling.