Jamaica''s Cocaine Fight

NPR''s Phillip Davis reports on drug wars in Jamaica. Traffickers are transporting drugs from Latin America to the U.S. by way of the Caribbean, and some of those drugs are finding a market on the islands. Jamaican officials are trying to curb the use of cocaine in the country but are finding it difficult because of a general tolerance toward marijuana.

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