'Cocaine Republics' U.S. officials estimate up to three-quarters of the cocaine that enters through the country's southern border passes through Central America, by land or sea. NPR's John Burnett has a three-part series on the region's "cocaine republics."

Cocaine's Influence on Nicaragua's Miskito Coast

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