How strange that we have not learned about this through the media in our country, or through any news outlet but through Dialogo. What hope is left for our country, that this has not been made public so far 12-27-2012. By Dialogo November 27, 2012 Venezuelan authorities found buried underground more than a half million dollars allegedly belonging to traffickers who ship drugs from Colombia to Central America, police said on November 24. The $550,000 in cash was buried in a plastic bag at an illegal camp near the Meta River in the western state of Apure, the anti-drug office said in a statement. The camp was used by an international drug trafficking gang “for the concealment of drugs, money, fuel and spare aircraft that departed from unauthorized runways nearby,” the statement explained. The gang uses Venezuela as a stopover spot to ferry drugs from Colombia to Central America, it added. In addition to the money, officers found 1.5 kilograms of cocaine, an assault rifle made in Germany, five ammunition magazines, two cars and satellite phones and other devices. While Venezuela is designated by the United Nations as a country free of illicit crops, it is considered to be a major transit point for drugs into the largest consumer markets in the United States and Europe.
Team based Inter Allies have announced the appointment of Umit Turmus as their new Technical Adviser.This comes less than 24 hours after the dismissal of their head coach Rashid Iddi.The club, in a statement released on Thursday, confirmed that the Turk, together with Technical Director Willie Klutse have been tales with outlining a new philosophy for the club.Allies are bottom of the Zone B standings in the GFA Special Competition after a poor first round display, losing their final match of the round against Hearts on Wednesday.The Statement read:Inter Allies FC is delighted to welcome Mr. Umit Turmus a Turkish Technical man to the Club’s Technical Department.He has been handed the role of Technical Adviser till the end of June 2019.He is to collaborate with the Technical Director Willie Klutse to help outline a new philosophy for the Club.We wish him a happy and successful stay with the Club.