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An elevator mechanic at Los Angeles International Airport has been charged with smuggling illegal immigrants into the United States, officials said.
A U.S. agency said on Thursday that cocaine and methamphetamine use among young adults declined significantly last year while abuse of prescription pain drugs increased.
A tunnel used to smuggle goods into Gaza from Egypt has collapsed, killing at least five people and injuring 16, Palestinian sources say.
Text of report in English by Vietnamese news agency VNA website [Unattributed article from the "Society" page: "PM calls for end to petrol smuggling"] Hanoi (VNA) -Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung urged relevant ministries, cities and provinces to take bold measures to prevent petrol smuggling across borders in an official document released on July 22.
By Stuart Arnold HEALTH and community workers could be asked to collect information on smuggled and counterfeit cigarettes as part of a plan to cut off their supply in the North-East.
By GEMMA FRASER DOZENS of pupils and parents staged a "strike" outside Bonnington Primary School today over plans to close it at Christmas. Children carried placards with Save Our School messages, while a huge red banner reading "Bonnington Say No To Closure" was draped along the school railings.
By Gemma Fraser CHILDREN at an under-threat primary are staging a "strike" outside their school to protest against plans to close it.
By Gemma Fraser ANGRY parents will join pupils in staging a "strike" outside their under-threat primary school. The mums, dads and youngsters will form a picket line complete with banners and placards, outside Bonnington Primary in Leith.
By W Zachary Malinowski Federal agents seized $2.7 million that had been paid for illegal shipments of a human growth hormone. PROVIDENCE -- A U.S.
SNIFFER dogs have been deployed to Edinburgh Airport as part of a crackdown on drug smuggling. Police are working with the UK Border Agency to tighten security at the airport as part of the week-long initiative.
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