No menu items!

Paraguay, Brazil dismantled 51 drug camps and destroyed over 500 tons of marijuana

The Paraguayan National Anti-Drug Secretariat (Senad), together with the Brazilian Federal Police and the Joint Task Force (FTC), destroyed more than 500 tons of marijuana during seven consecutive days of land and air raids as part of "Operation New Alliance", carried out in Amambay.

The operation "Nueva Alianza XXXlll," headed by prosecutor Celso Morales, covered 168 hectares and 51 camps where 504 tons of marijuana were destroyed. Losses for drug trafficking are increasing and . . .

To read the full NEWS and much more, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?

Check out our other content