Philippine president says global body a ‘product of an era long past’ while appearing to brush off ICC probe.
Nearly three tonnes of heroin from Afghanistan seized and two people arrested in one of India’s biggest such hauls.
Hague-based court says ‘specific legal element of the crime against humanity of murder’ met in Philippine crackdown.
Black actor who starred in the iconic role of a gay Baltimore armed robber was found dead in his New York apartment.
Companies say ‘enough’ US states have joined a settlement resolving claims they fuelled the opioid epidemic.
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Eduardo Arellano Felix, known as ‘the doctor’, faces organised crime and drug charges in Mexico.
The Taliban has vowed to crack down on the drug trade but if the economy fails, a crisis could unfold, experts say.
Richard Sackler told a court Wednesday that he, his family and the company are not responsible for the US opioid crisis.
‘We need a release that’s sufficient to get our goals accomplished,’ David Sackler told a court Tuesday.
Some refugees hoping to enter the EU via Croatia try to get hospitalised to avoid being pushed back across the border.
Taliban are involved from poppy planting, opium extraction, trafficking to charging smugglers export fees.