Drug Re-Certification The Bush administration has certified that three major drug producing nations -- Haiti, Afghanistan and Burma -- have failed to take substantial steps to curb narcotics production and trafficking. NPR's Vicki O'Hara reports.
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The Bush administration has certified that three major drug producing nations — Haiti, Afghanistan and Burma — have failed to take substantial steps to curb narcotics production and trafficking. NPR's Vicki O'Hara reports.