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Mapping Conflict Dynamics in Guajira, Colombia

COLOMBIA / 22 NOV 2010 BY INSIGHT CRIME EN

La Guajira is one of Colombia's most contentious states. Nestled along the northern coast and the Venezuelan border, the area serves as a stage, depot, production and processing point for illegal drugs. Contraband comes through Venezuela. And the state is home to the world's largest open pit coal mine. Below are the organized criminal groups that operate in the area. Read more.

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