How Cuba is trying to stop the flow of drugs


Cuba has a long-established zero tolerance policy on drugs, and now Havana is helping US officials stop the flow of narcotics from South America.

The BBC's Sarah Rainsford joined officers patrolling the coast and waters of the island to find out more about Cuba's war on drugs.

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