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A stash of smuggled vodka has been uncovered in Singapore by hi-tech scanning equipment designed to detect dangerous weapons in cargo containers. The 23,520 bottles of the Russian vodka brand Starorusskaya were disguised as fruit juice. Custom officials believe the haul to be worth in the region of 700,000 Singapore dollars (US$405,934).


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