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drug-trafficking

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  • Tressel was forced out for knowing but not telling his superiors that Buckeyes players had most likely broken NCAA rules by taking cash and free or discounted tattoos from the subject of a federal drug-trafficking investigation.

    Report: Meyer Will Coach Ohio State Buckeyes

  • Together, Colombia and the U.S. won many battles, but ultimately succeeded only in pushing drug-trafficking into Mexico and Central America.

    Deal a Blow to the Drug War by Legalizing Marijuana

  • CARACAS—A Venezuelan statesman and possible challenger to Hugo Chávez's presidential re-election bid was convicted of publicly saying the country has turned into a drug-trafficking center, in what human-rights groups say is a government tactic to silence its foes through the country's judiciary.

    Chávez Foe Convicted Over Remarks

  • In the traffickers' ensuing fight against the Mexican government and in the battle for control of lucrative drug-trafficking routes into the USA, drug violence exploded in 2008, claiming more than 5,000 lives across Mexico.

    On border, peaceful U.S. side is torn by Mexican strife

  • Two rival gangs — the Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels — are battling over control of its single highway, a lucrative drug-trafficking route along the Texas border.

    Mexico town fires young police chief who left post

  • Two rival gangs the Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels are battling over control of its single highway, a lucrative drug-trafficking route along the Texas border.

    Young Mexican police chief seeking asylum in US

  • He ruled Panama from 1983 to 1989 before spending 20 years in US and French prisons on drug-trafficking and money-laundering convictions, before returning to Panama on 11 December last year to serve terms for abducting and murdering political opponents.

    Manuel Noriega taken to hospital after stroke

  • After initially fighting Coke's extradition to New York on drug-trafficking charges, Golding's administration bowed to US pressure in May 2010 and sent police and the military in to arrest him.

    Jamaica will become a republic, new prime minister vows

  • Calderon is under intense pressure to curb violence that has soared since he unleashed the Mexican army against powerful drug-trafficking gangs.

    Calderon: WikiLeaks caused severe damage to U.S.-Mexico relations

  • North Korea confirmed it has detained two Japanese men since March and would charge them with drug-trafficking violations, creating another diplomatic problem with a country it regularly criticizes.

    World Watch

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