An ISF member shows a bag of captagon that was hidden in a machine at the anti-drug office in Zahle, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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Lebanese authorities have confiscated millions of Captagon pills hidden in a crusher north of the eastern city of Baalbek and arrested four Syrians in connection with illegal drug trafficking.Security sources said Lebanese authorities arrested late Wednesday four Syrians during a drug bust in the Bajaja Al-Ain neighborhood north of Baalbek for allegedly trafficking illegal drugs.The sources said that anti-drug agents found an estimated 5 million Captagon pills inside a crusher.Earlier Wednesday, six Syrians were arrested in two separate incidents related to manufacturing and smuggling Captagon pills.
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