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narcotraffickers

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  • n. Plural form of narcotrafficker.

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Examples

  • Richard Sánchez of La Mala Palabra [es] highlights some of these actions, such as taxes on the coca leaf sold to narcotraffickers and the business of air taxis to transport the drugs.

    Global Voices in English » Bolivia: The Return of the “Minister of Cocaine”

  • Key narcotraffickers have been extradited to the U.S. and major drug smuggling operations have been disrupted.

    Here is some good news about Mexico, for a change

  • They already have it in neighboring countries: shooting down planes of narcotraffickers, Mr. Chávez said during an address on state television.

    Venezuela Seeks to Shoot Down Drug-Smuggling Planes

  • Retired foreigners are not the usual targets for narcotraffickers.

    [movintomx] Safety in lakeside

  • The expectation that Mexico, with U.S. help, can win its war on the cartels, just as Colombia eventually triumphed over its narcotraffickers, is based on an understandable but nonetheless dangerous misunderstanding.

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  • In Colombia, narcotraffickers like Pablo Escobar, the boss of the Medellin cartel, really did believe that they could force the traditional Colombian establishment to share political power.

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  • It ' s looking more and more like Colombia looked 20 years ago, when the narcotraffickers controlled certain parts of the country.

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  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday described the drug violence in Mexico as an "insurgency," saying "It's looking more and more like Colombia looked 20 years ago, when the narcotraffickers controlled certain parts of the country."

    U.S. Sees Heightened Threat in Mexico

  • Clinton said that countries in Central America were relatively weak and needed more help to fight the narcotraffickers.

    Secretary of State Clinton compares Mexico's drug violence to Colombia's

  • Unless you plan to vacation with narcotraffickers, I see no reason why Americans should avoid venturing south of the border.

    Teresa Puente: Obama Isn't Afraid of Mexico

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