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Via Paraguay, the illegal arms trade fuels organized crime in Brazil

Just set foot in Ciudad del Este, Salto Del Guairá, or Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguayan cities on the border with Brazil, to buy weapons and ammunition without hindrance.

In the variety of stores available, organized crime in Brazil is a guaranteed clientele to choose weapons of all styles and calibers displayed in the windows.

The negotiation is fast, without many requirements.

If the clients prefer, they can pay a little more to have the weapons delivered to Foz do Iguaçu, a city in the western region of Paraná.

Paraguay is not a warfare production country.

However, it has appeared . . .

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