Lebanon’s press is trumpeting the whole affair as one of the biggest suspected drug trafficking hauls in the history of Beirut airport – which has quite a history – and the value of the seized cargo as around £190m. Were the two tons of Captagon (alleged) to be resold?Were they to pick up the flagging energies of Saudis enjoying the nightclub pleasures of the world?
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