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Madagascar: A clandestine workshop made firearms, suspected of feeding thieves of zebu, dismantled

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A clandestine workshop made ​​firearms, running for 4 years, and located in the town of Ambovombe-Androy in the Tulear region, in the South of Madagascar, was dismantled in a vast police operation.
Shotguns and many finished or being assembled weapons were seized by police.
Several individuals were arrested. The police suspect that the Madagascar organized network was supplying weapons of good quality, due to a delivery on alternate days to the of thieves zebu in the region (dahalo).
In March, a similar operation police had already updated another sweatshop of firearms in Tsirebeho, about fifteen kilometers from Ambovombe-Androy.

Antso Rajaona

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