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Fourteen countries, one goal: the eradication of narco-trafficking.

From Europe to North America and from Central America to South America, nations have partnered in the fight against narcotics.

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  • Pilar Osorio | 2014-10-16

    I find it interesting, I wonder what is done with the money obtained by these people. Who does it benefit?

  • Jorge Aguirre Hrepic | 2014-10-13

    Very good. I congratulate you for the activity you carry out and your concern in publishing these events. There is strength in numbers.

  • ENLAY | 2014-10-10


  • ernesto f morinico | 2014-09-29

    Large amounts of cocaine and marijuana from Paraguay to Argentina along Route 14

  • David | 2014-09-24

    In these reports on valuable and successful operations, sometimes, again, sometimes, clear ties are confirmed to exist between "authorities" and drug traffickers. Such as a kilo "put" in California costs on average $25,000. Imagine the bundle of dollars per ton ($25,000,000) in $20 or $50 dollar bills? We can't judge all those who "fight" drug trafficking, either you take or someone else will...

  • alfonso perez | 2014-09-08

    I'm glad you provide a wide coverage to this news. In El Salvador you don't see these news on newspapers.

  • roberto hugo cuerdo 1 | 2014-09-01

    "Don't be so innocent, the economic power is very lofty. You can't fight it and as the saying goes, if you can't fight them, join them". By joining them we allow them to export it to the U.S. and get a little extra for the favor.

    • hortelio torres | 2014-09-09

      The drug scourge today is killing millions of kids and, therefore, the homes. The social tissue is rotten and the youth is an easy prey for this plague. Please keep fighting it...

    • roberto hugo coerdo | 2014-10-02

      Let's keep in touch.

    • Luis antonio | 2014-10-18

      I think the sanctions should be harsher, for those who commit the crime as well as for the states that allow it or don't do enough to contain it. The damage a drug trafficker does to society is as damaging or more than an incurable plague. At least with AIDS, or Ebola, we know that the damage can become serious, but it will go on until a cure is discovered. In other words, there is hope. With the cancer that is drugs, it is not the same, it would seem that it is almost impossible to stop production and drug running. What can be done against the greed of some men, who don't care about destroying our societies? All that they are interested in is making money...costing the lives and misery of millions of human beings. Drug trafficking is the worst plague that could have fallen on our humanity, and it is much more deadly that any of the plagues that afflict the world today. Drug running, is like a cancer that can only be eliminated by removing the infected part. I don't think it's good to spend so much on building more prisons now.