A handout picture released on May 15, 2017 by Spanish Minister of Interior shows the interception of a Venezuelan boat (L) by the Spanish Police, off the west coast of Spain on May 4, 2017. AFP / SPANISH MINISTRY OF INTERIOR
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Spanish authorities cooperated with Ecuadorean police to intercept a ship off that Latin American country bringing more than 5.5 tons of cocaine to Spain, officials said Monday.Ecuadorean police found 176 bags of cocaine concealed in the cargo and arrested the 20 men on the ship.The police operation began after Spain found out in January that a South American ring with links in Spain was organizing a large shipment.Spanish police caught 8,000 kilograms of cocaine from four vessels in 2015 and 2016 and arrested 80 people, the police statement said.
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