Two arrested in Sydney over alleged 300kg heroin seizure in Thailand

SYDNEY/BANGKOK, Nov 21 (dpa): Two Sydney men were arrested in connection to a major seizure of heroin in Thailand, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) have confirmed to the media

The AFP said the two men, including a 38-year-old alleged to be one of Australia's "most significant organised crime threats," conspired to import some 314 kilograms of heroin from Thailand to Australia.

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