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August 19, 1988 | Reuters
South American drug barons are setting their sights on Britain and continental Europe as potentially rich markets for cocaine, junior Foreign Office minister Tim Eggar told a radio interviewer Thursday. Eggar had just finished a tour of South America's chief cocaine growing and manufacturing nations, principally Colombia and Peru.
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November 24, 1990 | Reuters
Police said Friday they had smashed a Colombian drug ring operating in Europe and seized 430 pounds of cocaine worth $12 million.
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January 13, 1989
Drug-related deaths rose sharply in Western Europe in 1987 and the beginning of 1988, the U.N.'s International Narcotics Control Board said in its annual report. Although the use of some drugs stabilized or fell in some countries, the emergence of new, more potent drugs increased health hazards, the report said. The Vienna-based agency said international cooperation brought some successes in battling international criminal syndicates involved in illegal drug production and distribution.
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January 13, 1989
Drug-related deaths rose sharply in Western Europe in 1987 and the beginning of 1988, the U.N.'s International Narcotics Control Board said in its annual report. Although the use of some drugs stabilized or fell in some countries, the emergence of new, more potent drugs increased health hazards, the report said. The Vienna-based agency said international cooperation brought some successes in battling international criminal syndicates involved in illegal drug production and distribution.
NEWS
November 24, 1990 | Reuters
Police said Friday they had smashed a Colombian drug ring operating in Europe and seized 430 pounds of cocaine worth $12 million.
NEWS
August 19, 1988 | Reuters
South American drug barons are setting their sights on Britain and continental Europe as potentially rich markets for cocaine, junior Foreign Office minister Tim Eggar told a radio interviewer Thursday. Eggar had just finished a tour of South America's chief cocaine growing and manufacturing nations, principally Colombia and Peru.
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