Map: The World’s Illegal Trade Routes
How drugs, other illegal goods and, sadly, people, are shipped around the world.
Ever wonder where illegal goods actually come from? Well, this map, created by Vox using data from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime will give you a snapshot idea (and sadly, not only for drugs but also for people). The main heroin and cocaine trade routes won’t surprise you—but did you know about the counterfeit meds?
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