Alarm in Chile Over Rising Drug Violence: Deaths, Feuds, and Shootings at Funerals

The data was compiled by the Chilean National Prosecutor's Office in its Drug Trafficking Observatory Annual Report. It contains a range of data on the behavior of drug trafficking in Chile.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Shots from moving vehicles, fatal clashes, drug funerals and public feuds, all have been seen in recent weeks in Chile. Everything is part of territorial disputes between drug gangs faced with the new formulas they were forced to adopt after the onset of the pandemic.

Reports, investigations, studies and testimonies have been collected to reach an alarming and, according to the authorities, challenging picture. The truth is that the power of drug trafficking in Chile is gaining ground based on new methods in the way it acts and executes its purposes.

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