Narco-trafficking threatens Central America

Drug gangs, expanding their smuggling operations, bring more violence to nations south of Mexico.



    Drug gangs are expanding their smuggling operations in Central America, bringing with them the intimidation, torture and murder they use to protect their trade.

    A report from the United Nations has found that drug-related violence has risen sharply in the nations south of Mexico.

    Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports from Mexico City.


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