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Colombian police blow up a cocaine processing lab in jungle

Mauricio Duenas / EPA

Members of counternarcotics police destroy a cocaine production laboratory in Puerto Concordia, Meta, Colombia, 25 January 2012, during an operation against FARC drug trafficking infrastructures, in which 17 laboratories were destroyed in southeastern jungles. Two planes, 22 boats, 692 kilograms of coca paste and 13 tons of substances used to produce the drug were seized and 10 people were arrested during the operation.

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Police fly in helicopters over the area of Puerto Concordia during a raid to destroy a cocaine lab in Colombia's southern Meta state on Wednesday.

Mauricio Duenas / EPA

Members of counter-narcotics police secure a cocaine production laboratory in Puerto Concordia, Meta, Colombia.

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