Bolivia: Three narco-planes pass over the border each day, Argentina finds

Posted on August 13, 2012 • Filed under: Argentina, Bolivia, Border Issues, Crime, Drug Activity, Organized Crime

Researchers in Buenos Aires, Argentina have determined that at least three planes carrying drugs pass over the Bolivian border each day. According to El Nacional, the majority of drug trafficking between the two countries appears in the northern area of Argentina. In Salta, approximately 90 clandestine flights occur per month. Narco-traffickers typically cross the border by air and throw their drug shipments into fields. Most flights are made at night. Read Article

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