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The School of the Americas: Class over?

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Some of Latin America's most notorious dictators graduated from the military academy in Fort Benning, Georgia.

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Drug Smugglers Pose Underwater Challenge in Caribbean

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American authorities have discovered models of a new drug-ferrying submarine capable of traveling, unseen from the surface, from Ecuador to Los Angeles.
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alex nagle's curator insight, November 28, 2017 2:52 PM

cocaine is just a way to end up in alot of trouble, is it worth the risk? i dont think so.

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Latin America's Moment » Review of Dealing Death and Drugs

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O'Neil analyzes developments in Latin America and U.S. relations in the region.
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Advanced drug smuggling methods

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It’s not a problem to make a jacket or a suit out of cocaine with the development of the chemical industry and the fantasy of drug barons who, according to Interpol, are getting more and more profits.
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alex nagle's curator insight, November 28, 2017 2:54 PM

the methods and steps taken to smuggle certain things to certain places is insane

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Colombia drug trade knows no borders

Lured by an estimated $70 billion cocaine market in the United States alone, traffickers constantly are looking for ways to skirt police and military units. Mr. Bergman said officials recently quarantined a commercial shipment of 30 tons of molasses that contained 3 tons of cocaine dissolved within it.

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Mexican navy says it has captured man believed to be leader of weakened Gulf drug cartel

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£6.5m cocaine siezed as major smuggling route uncovered - Main Section - Yorkshire Post

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MORE than £6.5 million of cocaine hidden on coal ships by Colombian drug cartels has been uncovered, smashing one of the largest smuggling routes into the region ever known.
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alex nagle's curator insight, December 1, 2017 12:23 PM

cocaine smuggled onto coal ships by colombian drug cartels.

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U.S. increases drug monitoring in Guatemalan, Honduran waters: official

The U.S. pledged $107 million in aid to Central America in 2012 under the Central American Regional Security Initiative to boost crime fighting programs in the region’s seven countries..

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ISN Blog » Combatting Cocaine Production in Bolivia, Colombia and Peru

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“[International transit routes for cocaine] from Peru, in addition to the corridor between Central America and Mexico to the US, [are] increasing…shipments to Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.[...] Brazil, a country with high demand of drugs – second largest consumer with 11 million of consumers, only after the US with 22.6 million, and that also has the “crack” epidemic.”

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alex nagle's curator insight, November 28, 2017 2:54 PM

its spreading and moving quicker as time goes by, more and more cocaine is being distributed through Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina Peru Chile.