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Dancing to save coca in Bolivia

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Tia Tomasa is a woman of an explosive nature but of absolute candor, says journalist Carlos Quisbert, who recently interviewed her. The "Yungueños," who grow 18,000 of the 22,000 permitted coca hectares, have just regained control of the Adepcoca market in La Paz, which had been dominated for 2 weeks by a group close to the government with the support of the police.

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