Washington Post, October 17, 2017
Matt Zapotosky and Sari Horwitz

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U.S. prosecutors have charged two Chinese nationals who sold fentanyl to American customers over the Internet in a massive international conspiracy case, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.

The case is unique, the department said, because the men are the first Chinese-based fentanyl manufacturers and distributors to be slapped with a label reserved for those who have control of the most prolific international drug-trafficking and money-laundering organizations. [...]

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