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Over 1.5 tons of cocaine found in Hamburg

Christian Fernsby |
More than 1.5 tons of cocaine was seized on a ship coming from South America at the Port of Hamburg, Germany, according to the Customs Office on Monday.

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Topics: COCAINE   

Local media reported that the drug, which was hidden in sacks of rice, has a value of around € 300 million ($352.7 million).

The ship coming from Guiana, a country in South America, was bound for Poland.

The drug was supposed to be distributed in the whole Europe.


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