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Carla Bolívar: 

a 20-year-old mother of two, serving a sentence for drug smuggling  in the Ayacucho Prison.

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Poverty and acute family emergencies are driving young people in Peru to smuggle cocaine out of the VRAEM Valley. They are the start of a long chain that makes people rich. But they are the weakest link.

We visited Carla Bolívar, 20, in Ayacucho prison:

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