Colombia's surge in cocaine production hinders security efforts

A new United Nations report shows that coca production in Colombia has surged to levels not seen in two decades.

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    A new United Nations report shows that coca production in Colombia has surged to levels not seen in two decades.

    It is complicating the South American country’s efforts to make its vast, lawless countryside more secure after a peace deal with leftist rebels.

     

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Narino.


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