Tobacco Fuels Addiction, And Terrorism Tobacco smuggling is a lucrative business used to fund terrorist organizations around the world, according to a new report. David Kaplan, editor of "Tobacco Underground," explains how the illicit trade fuels organized crime.
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Tobacco Fuels Addiction, And Terrorism

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Tobacco Fuels Addiction, And Terrorism

Tobacco Fuels Addiction, And Terrorism

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David Kaplan, editorial director of the Center for Public Integrity, is the editor of a new report linking cigarette smuggling to terrorism. Ariel Olson Surowidjojo/Courtesy of the Center for Public Integrity hide caption

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