Colombia’s battle with cocaine traffickers – BBC News
my helicopter this here is the departure fully operational jungle Powertrain in the spinach weather in Manila right occasionally so pulling up Coco Pops we’re trying to convince the local heimlich yeah they really didn’t want to talk because privately is that they’ve had that cops pulled up three times this year and nothing works now the substitution suck they tried avocados bananas it’s too expensive for them to get that product to and from the market so that’s a real worried Sloan actress caca cane those groups will have the support to continue the fight against democracy and the fight against giving information they use informers inside airport to get to get the information about Laila location of the containers and the destination of itColombia’s anti-narcotics police are fighting a war on cocaine trafficking – which is being fuelled by demand in Europe and the US.
Over 900 tonnes of cocaine were produced last year, prompting fears that Colombia is losing the war on drugs.
The BBC’s Frank Gardner went to the country to see how authorities are trying to deal with the problem.
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