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24.11.2013

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High school students recruited by China-based drug smugglers MP3

Australian authorities are investigating a China-based syndicate which pays high school students to have their home addresses used for deliveries of parcels of illegal drugs. The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service says students from several public and private high schools in Sydney's inner west have been targetted. Some students were connected through social media sites such as Facebook. Source: abc.net.au

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