Russia's anti-drug campaign

With 30,000 drug users dying each year, Russia's anti-drug agents face an uphill task.

    Russia accuses Nato of turning a blind eye to Afghanistan's opium production over worries about driving poppy farmers into the arms of the Taliban.

    But with 30,000 Russian drug users dying every year, the Kremlin wants the country's deadly crop destroyed.

    Neave Barker reports from the secretive world of Russia's anti-drugs agency.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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