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narcotrafficking

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The smuggling and distribution of illegal drugs.

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Examples

  • Plan Colombia of 2000 did more than just impose a way of managing 'narcotrafficking'.

    Council on Hemispheric Affairs

  • In addition to citing tribal and land disputes and narcotrafficking as reasons for the Taliban resurgence, Eikenberry made the following interesting observation about the relationship between reconstruction and violence: “Where the road ends, the Taliban begins.”

    The Longest War

  • Vargas Lleras said Colombia had decided to send Mr. Makled to Venezuela because that country presented its extradition request before the U.S. He added that Mr. Makled faces charges of homicide in Venezuela, on top of money laundering and narcotrafficking, which trump the U.S. accusations of cocaine trafficking.

    Colombia Will Extradite Drug Kingpin to Venezuela Instead of U.S.

  • The decision also represents a rare disagreement in Colombia's close diplomatic relations with Washington, which has helped finance Colombia's crackdown on narcotrafficking and Marxist guerrillas to the tune of $6 billion over the last nine years.

    Colombia Will Extradite Drug Kingpin to Venezuela Instead of U.S.

  • In addition to citing tribal and land disputes and narcotrafficking as reasons for the Taliban resurgence, Eikenberry made the following interesting observation about the relationship between reconstruction and violence: “Where the road ends, the Taliban begins.”

    The Longest War

  • Those who think that this is a governmental measure to cover up something “like the chupacabras” - “smoke screen”, and that something, who knows what it could be: narcotrafficking threats, stock market scams, etc.

    Global Voices in English » Mexico: Concern Over Swine Flu Outbreak

  • In addition to citing tribal and land disputes and narcotrafficking as reasons for the Taliban resurgence, Eikenberry made the following interesting observation about the relationship between reconstruction and violence: “Where the road ends, the Taliban begins.”

    The Longest War

  • More than 22,000 people have died in drug violence since Mexican President Felipe Calderon declared war on narcotrafficking cartels in December 2006, a government report said Tuesday.

    Michelle Obama calls for U.S. to lower demand for drugs from Mexico

  • In addition to citing tribal and land disputes and narcotrafficking as reasons for the Taliban resurgence, Eikenberry made the following interesting observation about the relationship between reconstruction and violence: “Where the road ends, the Taliban begins.”

    The Longest War

  • Natalie's Mega Rave: Laura Linney's gleeful pot score she skipped away from a drug deal! on The Big C made us want to see Cathy beat cancer and decide to take up narcotrafficking herself.

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