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Alleged counterfeiting ring broken in Colombia

Police assisted by U.S. Secret Service agents on Sunday broke up a network capable of printing millions of dollars a month of excellent quality counterfeit money and arrested five suspects during a raid on a remote village in northwest Colombia, officials said. Nearly $3 million in fake U.S. 100-dollar bills was seized during the raid in Dagua, a village nestled in Andean foothills 190 miles (300 kilometers) southwest of the capital, Bogota, said Eduardo Fernandez, head of the DAS police agency in Valle del Cauca state. Full Story

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