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Saturday: Central American Presidents to Hold Historic Meeting to Discuss Strategies to Reduce Prohibition-Related Crime, Violence and Corruption
CNN is republishing a story about a drug that is rumored to remove a person's free will.
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Stories like this can be found throughout the world and throughout history.
According to guest, Andrea Lari, on "Foreign Exchange," what is the number of Colombian refugees due to the Drug War?
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (CNN) -- Former presidents of Mexico, Colombia and Brazil called Wednesday for the decriminalization of marijuana for personal use and a change in tactics on the war on drugs, a Spanish news agency said.
Ex-presidents Ernesto Zedillo of Mexico, Cesar Gaviria of Colombia and Fernando Henrique Cardoso of Brazil made their announcement at a meeting in Brazil of the Latin American Commission on Drugs and Democracy, the EFE news agency said.