Bags filled with chemicals used to manufacture Captagon pills. (ISF Handout)
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Police in east Lebanon uncovered 4 million Captagon pills being smuggled from Baalbeck to Beirut, an Internal Security Forces statement announced.Police confiscated 863 sacks of aluminum hydroxide, weighing approximately 22 tons and 19 tons of liquid formimide stored in 90 barrels.North Lebanon police are currently investigating the suspected murder of a man who went missing Sunday, the state-run National News Agency reported.South Lebanon police arrested two suspects on drug charges, the NNA reported.Beirut police recaptured six fugitives who fled from the holding cells at a Beirut police station, according to an ISF statement.
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