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Czech police charge 58 with drug trafficking to Australia, New Zealand

Reuters Friday, 13 December 2019
Czech police have charged 58 people with helping an international gang to smuggle large amounts of cocaine and heroin worth $90 million to Australia and New Zealand, the police said on Friday.
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