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China Moves to Restrict Death Penalty—But Not For Drugs

Last Friday, United Nations human rights experts welcomed a recommendation by India to abolish the death penalty, as well as a decision to reduce the number of crimes subject to capital punishment in China, the world's top executioner by far.

150 Cities Fight Back Against War on Drugs

For 28 years, June 26 has been considered the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking by the United Nations. It's stated mission is to "strengthen action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse."...

Staggering Cannabis Statistics Revealed in World Drug Report

Marijuana remains popular throughout the world, according to the 2012 World Drug Report from the United Nations (UN). Read what the statistics had to say.

China: Synthetic Drug Use Is Rising at an Alarming Rate

According to Chinese authorities, the country is experiencing a rapid rise in abuse of synthetic drugs. This spike in use has reportedly led to an increase in cross-border trafficking and an internal rise in synthetic drug production.

United Nations Asked to Change International Drug Laws

While the United Nation prepares for the first time in nearly two decades to examine the staleness of international drug law, advocates from all over the world have joined forces in an attempt to persuade the global governance to reform the policies that bind individual n...



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