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Police and military check vehicles as Ecuador declares war on drug cartels


Dozens of military and police inspect vehicles on an avenue leading to the center of Ecuador's port city of Guayaquil, after the government and drug mafias declared war on each other. The small South American country has been plunged into crisis after years of growing control by transnational cartels who use its ports to ship cocaine to the United States and Europe. IMAGES

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