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Guatemalans Blow Up Airstrips in Drug War

Huddled together aboard two vintage tanks, 40 soldiers plow through dense jungle on a four-hour journey into a little-known battlefield of the drug war. Their mission, here in Guatemala’s wild north: to blow up dozens of clandestine airstrips used by planes laden with Colombian cocaine. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration estimates that 70 percent of the cocaine that ends up in the United States passes through Central America. Full Story

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