Drugs on fire: Cocaine seized from cartel incinerated in Honduras
20 February 2021 | 9:08 am
Honduran authorities incinerate 1,426 kilos of cocaine seized from cartel members, at a time when Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez and armed forces officials are being investigated in the United States for drug trafficking.
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