Border Drugs Eric Niiler from member station KPBS in San Diego reports that seizures of illegal drugs at the California-Mexico border have risen dramatically since the post Sept. 11 security crackdown. U.S. officials also see an improvement in cooperation with their Mexican counterparts. The latest blows to drug traffickers include the discovery this week of a cross-border drug tunnel and the apparent death of drug cartel leader Ramon Arellano-Felix.
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Eric Niiler from member station KPBS in San Diego reports that seizures of illegal drugs at the California-Mexico border have risen dramatically since the post Sept. 11 security crackdown. U.S. officials also see an improvement in cooperation with their Mexican counterparts. The latest blows to drug traffickers include the discovery this week of a cross-border drug tunnel and the apparent death of drug cartel leader Ramon Arellano-Felix.