Russian border guards confiscated 8 kg of heroin and 4 kg of another narcotic substance along the Tajik-Afghan border today.
These drugs were hidden inside two caches in the Moskovsky border-control unit's zone of responsibility, reports the press service of Russia's border-control force in Tajikistan.
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