Drug tunnel found in Brazil
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Brazilian police find drug tunnel leading to university campus

Police in Brazil have found a tunnel that they say was used by drug traffickers to deliver cocaine to Sao Paulo university students.

It is alleged the tunnel allowed traffickers to exchange drugs for money through a hole in the wall.

Warren Bull reports.

  • 02 Nov 2012
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