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  1. Terrapinzflyer
    SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) -- Macedonia's interior minister says police have seized more than 10,000 Ecstasy pills and cracked down on an international criminal ring.

    Gordana Jankulovska says Friday's searches of a vehicle near Skopje and an apartment in the town of Veles, about 35 miles to the south, yielded 10,355 Ecstasy pills, 300 grams of marijuana and 50 grams of amphetamine powder.

    Three Macedonian nationals have been arrested and charged with the transportation of illegal drugs. A criminal charge will also be issued against one Bulgarian national.

    Jankulovska told reporters Saturday the arrests were made after cooperation with Romanian police. The drugs were destined for sale in Macedonia and Kosovo.

    (Mainichi Japan) November 20, 2011



  1. Terrapinzflyer
    Police Seizes Record Quantity of Ecstasy Pills

    Macedonian police in coordination with the Bucharest-based Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC) seized on Friday a record quantity of ecstasy pills - a synthetic drug - and busted an international ring of illicit trade in ecstasy and amphetamine pills.

    During an operation dubbed "Techno", police raided a vehicle with Skopje register plates and an apartment in Veles. Law-enforcement officers have seized a total of 10.355 ecstasy and amphetamine pills, 300 grams of marijuana and nearly 50 grams of amphetamine powder. These drugs are believed to be worth over 80 thousand euros on the black market.

    An international criminal group organised the transport of the drugs from Bulgaria to Macedonia and was most probably intended for the Macedonian and Kosovo market, Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska told a press conference on Saturday.

    Criminal charges against one Bulgarian national and three Macedonians - residents of Skopje and Veles - will be brought today for selling and trafficking drugs.

    Saturday, 19 November 2011

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