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UN Sees Decline in Afghan Opium: Pyrrhic Victory?

Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan decreased 19 percent in 2015, compared to the previous year, according to the latest Afghanistan Opium Survey figures released Oct. 14 by the Afghan Ministry of Counter Narcotics and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (U...

Hashish Mega-Haul in Pakistan Points to New Production Zone

Last week, Pakistan's Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) announced the seizure of a huge shipment of hashish, weighing 3.37 metric tons and said to be destined for international markets.

ISIS Reportedly Burning Poppy Fields to Gain Foothold in Afghanistan

Fighters loyal to ISIS have seized substantial territory in Afghanistan, according to an ominous report from Reuters on June 29.

Pot Activist Wants to Help Heroin Epidemic... With an African Plant and the Kardashians

Long time marijuana activist and organizer of the Global Million Marijuana March, Dana Beal has set his sights on tackling a new problem—the growing heroin epidemic. And he has quite the plan to do it.

Afghan Opium Boom Breaks Record Again

The opium business in Afghanistan has only become more bustling and more popular. See the latest statistics from the United Nations reports about poppy cultivation in the war-torn country.



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