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Report: Panama Intercepts Ship From Cuba Carrying 401 Kilos of Cocaine

Report: Panama Intercepts Ship From Cuba Carrying 401 Kilos of Cocaine
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By    |   Thursday, 14 April 2016 11:02 PM

Authorities in Panama said Thursday that 401 kilograms of cocaine were seized from a shipment from Cuba that was headed to Belgium.

The drugs were seized in Colon, a Caribbean city about 50 miles north of Havana, the Spanish-language website LaVanguardia.com reports.

According to the report, the cocaine was found in camouflaged tanks with molasses.

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Authorities in Panama said Thursday that 401 kilograms of cocaine were seized from a shipment from Cuba that was headed to Belgium.
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