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Roughly 15,000 people are hooked on the drug, but treatment options are few and rates of relapse are high.
Head of presidential motorcade arrested along with three men after crossing from neighbouring Sierra Leone with drugs.
East African ivory and rhino horn continue to be in high demand, despite international efforts.
Dozens of Afghans have been executed in recent months across the border in Iran, mostly for drug related offences.
The world must see more commitment from the international community in combating wildlife trafficking.
Survey found that $3.9bn, twice the nation's domestic revenue, was paid in bribes in 2012.
Mohamed "Afweyne" Abdi Hassan renounces illicit profession, as international naval crackdown diminishes piracy profits.
President Nixon's declared war on drugs is more than thirty years old. It's time to ask who's winning.
The robust central Asian drug trade often hurts minorities living in border areas.
The decriminalisation of drugs in Portugal has been a success, but austerity measures may threaten drug treatment.
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