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Cocaine hidden in cocoa

Authorities say they have seized about 300 kilograms of cocaine imported into Melbourne via an air cargo consignment of cocoa powder packed on pallets. Two…

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Drugs concealed with charcoal

Four men have been arrested in Sydney and Melbourne for allegedly importing approximately 254kg of cocaine and 104kg of methyl-amphetamine into Australia. Combined, the drugs…

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Cocaine found in Coca-Cola

Workers at a Coca-Cola factory in southern France opened a shipment of orange juice but found a huge shipment of cocaine instead. The Coca-Cola factory…

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A spicy find for Mexico

Mexico’s Navy have seized 217 barrels of chili sauce that held a secret surprise – packages of cocaine. The Navy said in a statement Wednesday…

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Horse head hides a secret

New Zealand Customs Department have recorded a massive win in the war against drugs, locating and seizing approx 35 kilograms of cocaine that was imported…

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Your daily serve..

It seems as though the “bad guys” are at it again, hiding drugs inside shipping containers along with fruit and vegetables. These aren’t the first…

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Air freight cocaine seizure

A joint operation has resulted in two Sydney men being arrested for the alleged importation of more than three kilograms of cocaine with a street…

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Cocaine disguised as wood

  Forty pallets from Colombia have been seized in the Spanish port of Valencia and 12 people arrested. The drugs arrived on a Colombian ship…

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Over $30 million worth of narcotics seized at our border in November

ABF officers intercepted more than 40 shipments of illicit drugs in air cargo and international mail in November with an estimated street value of more…

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150kgs of methamphetamine seized

A 66-year-old Hong Kong national will appear in Sydney Central Local Court today (15 May 2015), charged with attempting to import approximately 150 kilograms of…

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