Andean Coca Production Called Lowest Since 1986

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The Bush administration claims good progress in wiping out coca crops in the Andean region, says the New York Times. Some officials say that by the end of this year there will be no significant plantations of mature plants to feed Colombia’s cocaine production. Officials involved in aerial spraying in Colombia, Peru, and Bolivia warn
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