Tackling drug addiction: Myanmar ethnic group steps up fight

How a rebel group in one of Myanmar's main drug-growing areas is combating addiction.

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    Governments in Southeast Asia say more regional cooperation is needed to tackle a growing drug problem.

    Much of the methamphetamine and opium comes from Myanmar, where armed groups use drug money to fund their wars against the government.

    But as Wayne Hay reports, one of those armies says it is anti-drugs and is stepping up its fight against addiction.


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