Hundreds of RI women working as drugs mules abroad
The Jakarta Post
The National Narcotics Agency (BNN) said on Wednesday that hundreds of Indonesian women were now working in the South American country of Peru as couriers in a global drug smuggling network.
The deputy chief of the BNN’s drug eradication division, Insp. Gen. Benny Jozua Mamoto, said that many of the Indonesian drug mules were now in the custody of the Peruvian police.
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