Aussie warship leads biggest heroin bust in history

AUSTRALIAN warship the HMAS Darwin has reportedly led the largest heroin bust in history.

In a statement released by the Department of Defence on Friday, the 46 sack haul intercepted by Darwin off the Kenyan Coast was said to be work about $289million.

The ship is currently on an overseas mission targeting terrorist and criminal networks.

Topics:  drug heroin

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