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Secret services of Tajikistan, Russia and Kazakhstan busted a large drug ring
Secret services of Tajikistan, Russia and Kazakhstan busted a large drug ring, seizing more than 280 kilograms of narcotics and weapons. "Six members of an international criminal group were detained in the Kazakh city of Alma-Ata: two Russians, two Kazakhs and two Tajiks," Tajikistan's drug control agency spokesman Major Avaz Yuldashev told Itar-Tass on Wednesday. "A search found on them 217 kilograms of opium, 67 kilograms of heroin, 583 ecstasy tablets, as well as a large quantity of weapons and ammunition," Yuldashev said. He underlined that law-enforcement bodies had been watching the smuggling of this particular batch of drugs from the Tajik-Afghan border to Alma-Ata. The drugs were intended for shipment to Russia. The operation was carried out on June 10. On Wednesday, law-enforcement authorities finished documenting the evidence of the group's criminal activities. According to Yuldashev, it was a second joint operation of Tajik law-enforcement bodies with their CIS colleagues. On Tuesday, Tajik and Kyrgyz police detained four drug traffickers in Bishkek, confiscating from them 22 kilograms of opium. Two of the detainees were Tajik police officers
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