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