Drug Trafficking

The Clinton Administration has released its annual report on how other countries are doing in the fight against drug trafficking. Two countries, Afghanistan and Burma, got failing grades. Four countries did not quite meet the U.S. standard, but passed anyway. The other governments were all judged to be "fully cooperative." NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.



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