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(Reuters)
Justice Dept. indicts two Chinese nationals for fentanyl trafficking
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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein described Oct. 17 the alleged crimes of two Chinese nationals who the Justice Department indicted for allegedly engaging in conspiracies to distribute large quantities of fentanyl in the U.S.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein described Oct. 17 the alleged crimes of two Chinese nationals who the Justice Department indicted for allegedly engaging in conspiracies to distribute large quantities of fentanyl in the U.S.
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