Rome, July 16 - Italian police on Tuesday arrested a man suspected of gunning down an 'Ndrangheta boss in Rome in January. Police said the suspect, Gianni Cretarola, was linked to a rival Calabrian mafia clan. Vincenzo Femia, 67, had been an 'Ndrangheta leader in Rome for the last 20 years and belonged to the San Luca clan that sprang to international attention with the 2007 murder of six mafiosi in the German city of Duisburg. Femia was hit by "at least nine bullets" while sitting in his car in the southern Roman Trigoria district on the night of January 24. 'Ndrangheta is Italy's richest and most powerful mafia.
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