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Drug trafficking murders on the Colombia-Ecuador border spread fear and cause increased military activity

Published on August 25, 2020
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn In the rural area of ​​Tumaco, close to the border between Nariño, Colombia, and Ecuador, twelve armed groups dedicated to drug trafficking are operating. They’ve been fighting for coca cultivation and drug distribution since 2017, according to reports from the Colombian Army commander, Eduardo Enrique Zapateiro, and the Director of Police […]

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