Spanish police, in cooperation with their Italian counterparts and the European police agency Europol, have arrested 106 suspects on the Canary Island of Tenerife in connection with money laundering for the Italian Mafia.
The gang had allegedly converted funds worth more than 10 million euros (11.7 million dollars) into legal money for various Mafia groups.
The millions came mainly from online scams run by the Mafia in countries such as Britain, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania and Spain, the police announced further on Monday.
A marijuana plantation with 400 plants was also found.
Among other things, the suspects are accused of membership in a criminal organization, fraud, drug trafficking, money laundering, kidnapping, forgery, assault, extortion, coercion, robbery and illegal possession of weapons.