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Gibraltar: A gateway for drug smugglers

By France24
24 July 2020   |   3:38 pm
A gateway for drug smugglers. At the southernmost tip of the Iberian Peninsula, a stone's throw from the Moroccan coast, the Strait of Gibraltar has become a gateway for the trafficking of drugs between Europe and Africa.

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