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Colombia drug cartels utilising submarines

Smugglers have come up with new and more sophisticated ways of moving their shipments without being caught.

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For decades Colombia's Pacific coast has been one of the most important drug trafficking routes to Central America and the US.

The drug cartels have come up with new and more sophisticated ways of moving their shipments without being caught.

Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bahia Malaga, Colombia.

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