Rabat – Spanish police arrested a Moroccan national on drug trafficking charges. The arrest took place on Monday, July 22 in Marbella, Spain, according to Europa Press.The news outlet added that the suspect is part of a criminal network based in Morocco. He is facing a penalty of ten years in prison for drug trafficking. Moroccan police arrested the suspect’s accomplices in an attempted drug trafficking operation in Nador, Morocco. Morocco and Spain maintain strong diplomatic relations Moroccan and Spanish security services regularly collaborate to fight against drug trafficking, irregular migration networks, and terrorism.Spanish police have arrested several Moroccan suspects allegedly involved in drug trafficking and terror charges in recent months.In April, Spanish police arrested a Moroccan national in Tarifa, southern Spain. The suspect was the subject of a European arrest warrant.The Moroccan suspect was allegedly involved in crimes of drug trafficking and participation in a criminal network.In March, Moroccan police arrested a Spanish national in Tetouan, northern Morocco. The Spanish suspect was the subject of an international arrest warrant from the Spanish judicial police and an Interpol red notice.
by Mike Tarasko Posted Jul 27, 2017 7:45 am MDT Last Updated Jul 27, 2017 at 7:47 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Pipelines safer than rails, but water is best: study A new report demonstrates pipelines are safer than rail when it comes to transporting oil. The safest way to transport oil is on the water.Kenneth Green with the Fraser Institute says researchers compiled government data from the past 40 years to come to that conclusion.“Pipelines, in fact, are two and a half less likely to experience a spill than is rail, Green noted, adding, “the overwhelming majority of spills are small; 70 per cent are below one or two litres of oil, and most of those happen in transport facilities, so not into the environment directly.”The report says pipelines have one spill for every 33 million barrels of oil transported. Furthermore, the study suggests the safest way to move ‘liquid gold’ is on an oil tanker, citing only 6,000 tonnes of spilled oil last year, despite 2.9 billion tonnes of it having been transported on the water. pixabay.com