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Syria's Growing Role in the International Drug Trade

We talk about United States' newest Middle East ally's involvement in the international drug trade with Philadelphia Inquirer reporter David Zucchino. Zucchino covers the drug war for the paper, and has spent two years in the Middle East. He also won a Pulitzer for his coverage of South Africa.

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Other segments from the episode on February 8, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 8, 1991: Interview with Kenneth Roth; Commentary on Ali Farka Toure; Interview with David Zucchino; Review of the film "L.A. Story."

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