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Portugal and Spain solve major clam fraud

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Food safety and police authorities in Spain and Portugal have announced the provisional results of an investigation begun three years ago into a fraud involving vast amounts of clams collected illegally from contaminated areas of Portugal and knowingly bought and distributed widely across the border.

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