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Contraband

So in love to Mark Wahlberg and can’t stop to write him!

Contraband is a 2012 American action crime thriller film by Mark. The story line is about Chris Farraday (Mark Wahlberg) is an ex-smuggler who now has a peaceful life with his wife, Kate (Kate Beckinsale), and their two sons in New Orleans. 705 more words

Miscellaneous

France seizes 2,000 dead seahorses on Guinea-Vietnam route

French customs officials have seized about 2,000 dead seahorses – a protected species – in parcels from Guinea that were destined for Vietnam.

Seahorses are protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites). 71 more words

Africa

More than 1,700 cartons of smuggled cigarettes found among vegetables in container at Woodlands Checkpoint

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – More than 1,700 cartons of cigarettes were found among vegetables in a container passing through the Woodlands Checkpoint on Wednesday (Aug 17), said the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA). 129 more words

Current Affairs

Contraband cigarettes found in vegetable cargo at Woodlands Checkpoint

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: A total of 1,750 cartons of duty-unpaid cigarettes were found in boxes of assorted vegetables in a Malaysia-registered truck at Woodlands checkpoint on Wednesday morning (Aug 17). 150 more words

Current Affairs

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This blog game slooow mane so I’m a have to give em to short and sweet and often. Need to tell you whats up with the… 128 more words

Contraband

Incoming BuCor chief reveals bribe attempts up to P1M by Bilibid drug lords to sneak in contraband

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Incoming BuCor chief revealed that drug lords in Bilibid pay up to P1 million to sneak in cellphones… 15 more words

1861: "The Slavery Question In This Camp"

June 2, 1861

Yesterday morning three negroes came to the picket-guard and gave themselves up. Upon a separate examination of these men it satisfactorily appeared that they were field hands, owned by one Colonel Mallory, a resident of this neighborhood, heretofore a lawyer, and now engaged in the defence of the soil of Virginia – that’s what they call it – as the commandant of the active militia of this immediate district; that Mallory proposed to take them to Carolina, to be employed in military operations there; that one of them had a wife – a free woman – and several children in the neighborhood; and that they all objected to having anything to do with the fighting. 743 more words

1861: In Their Words