Guinea-Bissau: World's First Narco-State
Since about 2005, West African nation of Guinea-Bissau has become a key hub for drug traffickers who move cocaine from South America to Europe. The country's extreme poverty, corrupt bureaucracy and relative proximity to South America only five days by boat make it especially vulnerable to the cartels that control the flow of the drug.
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