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What peace in Colombia would mean for the drug trade

Clip: 03/30/2016 | 6m

As Colombian officials negotiate with FARC rebels to end the country’s 50-year civil war, the illegal drug trade -- used by the rebels to help finance their insurgency -- has become a major point of debate. Special correspondents Bruno Federico and Nadja Drost travel to the heart of coca production in Colombia to examine how the drug market works and the impact of a potential peace deal.

Aired: 03/30/16

Rating: NR

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