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  • noun Plural form of narcoterrorist.


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  • As the bilateral brouhaha reached the boiling point, William Wood, the U.S. ambassador to Colombia, proclaimed his government's "100 percent" support for Uribe's goal of taking vigorous action against "narcoterrorists" wherever they might be.

    Distant Neighbors

  • Stings built around DEA informants have been successful in helping the U.S. nab alleged top narcoterrorists and arms traffickers.

    Drugs and Terror Mix in Case

  • These results should be reassuring to Americans, in light of Colombia's close friendship with the United States and Santos 'firm commitment to fighting the narcoterrorists who subsist on cocaine and heroin trafficking.

    Colombians Opt For Strong U.S. Ties

  • This week, they got some of the job done, but ended up going home empty-handed instead of extracting the narcoterrorists.

    Brothers in arms : Bev Vincent

  • And a US-style "swift boat" attack video linking Workers Party candidate Dilma Roussef with Colombian narcoterrorists was removed from YouTube.

    Eric Ehrmann: The Fracas in Caracas

  • That's 1,200 narcoterrorists operating in America getting their orders from Mexico.

    CNN Transcript Mar 12, 2009

  • He takes comfort in thinking that Venezuela has a defense budget that "is probably 1/600th" of America's -- it's actually 1/215th -- but that hasn't kept Mr. Chávez from supporting narcoterrorists waging war on Colombia (a key U.S. ally) or giving petrodollars to anti-American regimes.

    The President's Apology Tour

  • We have also learned how to join law enforcement and national security resources to break down trafficking groups and narcoterrorists.

    Drugs: To Legalize or Not

  • He has been shown the pictures of the atrocities committed by the narcoterrorists against innocent people.

    Mail Call

  • The only and great culprit of the existence of the FARC, the paramilitaries and gangs of assassain drug dealers is the famous “War” against drugs, which gives more incentives to the narcoterrorists to continue with the traffic.

    Ecuador: The Aftermath of the Border Crisis


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