Iloilo City port security reviewed after ‘shabuâ€...

Iloilo City port security reviewed after ‘shabu’ seizure

Iloilo City port security reviewed after ‘shabuâ€...
Lack of drug-sniffing dogs and other security equipment in ports might have allowed the transport of P18-million worth of illegal drugs seized in Iloilo province on Sunday night, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said. The post Iloilo City port security reviewed after ‘shabu’ seizure appeared first on Inquirer News. ... more
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