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In Brief: Vehicle seizures up, but many unclaimed

More than 94,000 vehicles have been confiscated by traffic police throughout the country since authorities began more stringent enforcement of the Land Traffic Law last month, according to a report released on Monday by the department of public order of the National Police. All but 1,089 of those vehicles have since been reclaimed by their owners, the report added.

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