Syria descends in narco state

The World

A new investigation in German newspaper, Der Spiegel, points to senior members of Syria's government as profiteers from the country's drug trade. Border agents of countries bordering Syria have been making massive drug busts worth millions of dollars in recent years. The World's Carol Hills spoke with Natasha Hall, a senior fellow with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, about Syria's drug trade and the country's descent into a narco state status.