Lebanon's illicit cannabis trade goes up in smoke amid Syria war

In recent years the illicit trade has suffered due to the war in neighbouring Syria. As a result, some are now turning to another crop for better income.

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    Lebanon's Bekaa Valley is notorious for its highly lucrative cannabis industry.

    However, in recent years the illicit trade has suffered due to the war in neighbouring Syria. As a result, some are now turning to another crop for better income.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Bekaa Valley.


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