Vietnam police makes massive haul; seizes quarter ton of ketamine, 90kg stored in pig organs


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HANOI, June 20 (dpa): Vietnamese police have seized 270 kilogrammes of ketamine - including 90 kilogrammes stored in pig organs - from a Taiwanese drug-trafficking ring, the state media has announced.

After intercepting gang members transporting ketamine in instant noodle packages in May, police used testimonies from these arrests to locate a factory used by the Taiwanese traffickers.

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