narco-trafficking


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narco-trafficking

[ˌnɑːkəʊˈtræfɪkɪŋ] Nnarcotráfico m
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Too, that two in five are for direct narco-trafficking, mostly big-time or 2,200 of the 11,000.
The same may be said for cash that is the proceeds of downright crime such as bank heists, robberies, narco-trafficking and facilitating terrorism.
The "Maduro decimation" was also leading to troubling signs of an uptick in narco-trafficking in the region, he added.
"Why should politicians running for elective posts in this summer's midterm elections get spooked by the public release by the DILG of the nationwide list of so-called 'narco-politicians' if they do not have any connections whatsoever to the illicit drug trade or narco-trafficking?" he asked.
A third advantage lies in regulatory control: The US either directly manages or co-manages the world's most important settlements systems, giving it an important way to monitor and limit the flow of funds related to terrorism, narco-trafficking, illegal weapons sales, tax evasion, and other illicit activities.
Grayson notes, "showed deference to public figures, spurned kidnapping, appeared with governors at their children's weddings, and, although often allergic to politics, helped the hegemonic PRI [Mexico's long-entrenched Institutional Revolutionary Party] discredit its opponents by linking them to narco-trafficking." Territory was so neatly divided that traffickers wishing to cross over into another's turf had to pay a derecho de piso, or right of passage.
Besides, non-traditional and asymmetric challenges of maritime terrorism, piracy, narco-trafficking and arms as well as human smuggling continue to manifest in IOR - further complicating the maritime security calculus.
While the immediate concern is to restore day-to-day order on the streets, the intervention's longer-term goal must be to clean up the police department, where corruption is rampant and renegade cops known as milicias engage in narco-trafficking and extortion themselves.
Speaking about the aims and objectives of the Kabul moot, Afghan Defence Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri said that the conference intended to find ways to jointly deal with both terrorism and narco-trafficking. The strategy, he hoped, would also help in countering Daesh.
A rabidly anti-American failed state that is aggressively incubating the convergence of narco-trafficking and jihadism in America's own backyard.
"Russia has security concerns regarding Afghanistan, citing terrorism and narco-trafficking concerns most vocally.