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Overrun by the Cocaine Trade

As demand in Europe for cocaine soars and the U.S. dollar weakens, West Africa is becoming a new transshipment hub for Colombian drug cartels, with the tiny, fragile country of Guinea-Bissau at the epicenter.

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Article | QUINHAMEL, Guinea-Bissau -- Filipe Dju sat grim-faced on the tangled roots of a mangrove tree, a padlocked chain around his ankle tethering him to four other recovering cocaine addicts.

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