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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  • "El Chapo" trial in New York

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    El Chapo's lawyer, Jeffrey Lichtman, described his client just as one of the leaders of the Sinaloa cartel. He also added that most of his power came from corruption among mexican politicians and government officials. US Attorney Assistant Adam Fels warned him to pertain on facts.
  • The US meth crisis

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    meth
    After opioid one US are facing another epidemic: methamphetamine abuse. Meth predominance over other drugs is due to the ease with which this drug is made, considering that production process can also be done at home. Crystal meth is estimated the most addictive substance available in the drug market, but also the most dangerous.
  • Mysterious Mena

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    Barry Seal Barry Seal
    Career of the big cocaine smuggler Adler Barriman Seal started in the late '70's with small quantities of marijuana, arriving to cooperate in the early 80's with the Medellin Cartel. After being arrested and sentenced to 10 years of prison he began to cooperate with DEA as an informant.
  • Swedish cocaine kingpin to be judged in Spain

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    ordesson
    Spanish prosecutor will bring into court the Swedish cocaine kingpin aquitted in his own country
  • Kanabistan

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    Dukagjin Dukagjin
    Albania is the first european marijuana producer. From 2015 to 2017 the amount of the marijuana seized to smugglers has skyrocketed from 860 kg in 2015 to 34,9 tons seized in 2017. In the first half of 2018 it reached 10 tons seized. In 2013 prime minister Edi Rama announced a war on drug but despite plantations destruction in 2017 marijuana production has still continued to grow.