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May 26, 2010
A family from the Embera tribe ride in a canoe with their produce to be sold on a market on the Tupiza...
Darien, Panama
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A family from the Embera tribe ride in a canoe with their produce to be sold on a market on the Tupiza river in Darien February 17, 2010. Drug-running Colombian rebels are using the dense, lawless jungle joining North and South America to smuggle cocaine past sea patrols, creating a new troublespot in the continent's drug war. Squeezed in the Caribbean and the Pacific by Panamanian and U.S. patrols that regularly seize loads of the drug, traffickers now zigzag through Panama's Darien province, which joins the isthmus nation with Colombia, Panama's government says. Picture taken February 17, 2010. To match Feature PANAMA-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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