Nicaragua grapples with drug trade

Latin American nation determined to stem tide of dangerous trade with the help of community volunteers.

    Many people in Central America deal with drug violence on a daily basis.
     
    The region's poorest country, Nicaragua, is determined to change this with the help of community volunteers.  
     
    Al Jazeera's Adam Raney reports from Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua.


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