June 11, 2014
World Cup Means Big Money for Drug Traffickers
Juan Castro, AFP
The Associated Press
Drug cartels in Peru and Bolivia, two of the world's top producers of cocaine, are drooling over the bountiful market being served up next door by the World Cup in Brazil. They are sending huge amounts of the drug to their giant South American neighbor, where the world's premier sporting event starts Thursday.
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