Definition of narco
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For anyone counting on TV or movies to accurately depict the communities decimated by narco-trafficking, Hollywood has failed you.
Herrera’s novels, however, while using elements of the tradition, buckle against the narco label.
The Harley-riding Rev. Timothy Riordan must decide whether to break the sanctity of confession to inform on narcos.
The team used 15 metrics, including the size and speed of the deforestation, to build a model that could distinguish patches of narco-deforestation from other types of forest loss.
The Waesche alone interdicted seven narco-boats during its latest mission, capturing about $266 million worth of drugs, according to the cutter’s commander, Capt.
Read More: How a Colombian murder led to Mexican narco-cash in Texas The FARC leadership insists the group isn’t dissolving.
An anonymous U.S. official cast doubt on the local account, suggesting that the entire town had ties to narco-traffickers.
Diego Enrique Osorno, himself a valiant Mexican reporter who has also covered Mexico’s narco wars, e-mailed me to express his despair.
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