Courts & Crime

September 17, 2010

U.S. adds 3 Central American nations to drug blacklist

Faced with skyrocketing violence and evidence of growing drug cartel power, the U.S. government this week added Costa Rica, Honduras and Nicaragua to its list of major drug-trafficking nations. There was little expectation that the designation would mean the U.S. would make new money and other resources available, however.

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