Romanian high-speed acrobatic truck theft gang jailed by Paris court
A Romanian gang, dubbed the “acrobats,” who robbed trucks travelling at 90kph on French motorways, ...
For everyone who was thrilled to see freight get top-billing on television worldwide when the second series of the brilliant Baltimore cop drama The Wire concentrated on the city’s container ports, here is a two-part piece of fantastic investigative reporting from Canada on how a lot of the country’s ports have been infiltrated by leading drugs gangs importing vast amounts of cocaine and other nefarious substances. Engrossing.
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