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‘Narco-submarine’ captured in Peru with one ton of cocaine

By AFP
15 December 2019   |   12:47 pm
A small submarine with four crew members that were captured on Saturday by a Peruvian Navy patrol was transporting more than one ton of cocaine to Mexico, the Peru prosecutor's office said Wednesday.

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