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A study published today in the scientific journal Addiction shows that the Mexican government's recent efforts to control the manufacture of methamphetamine have caused a drop in methamphetamine treatment admissions in Mexico and in neighbouring Texas.
Argentina is becoming an increasingly important hub in efforts by Mexican drug gangs to manufacture methamphetamine for the U.S. market, officials say.
Text of report by state-run Iranian radio external service from Mashhad on 4 September [Presenter] Provincial officials in northern Balkh Province have expressed concerns over increase in number of drug-addicts in this province.
China toughens management on narcotic drug ingredient hydroxylimine BEIJING, July 22 (Xinhua) -- China has stepped up control of hydroxylimine, a raw material for synthesizing the drug ketamine, to prevent it from being used illegally, said a notice jointly issued by six government departments, including the Ministry of Public Security, on Tuesday.
Drug abuse is on the rise in China with the number of addicts in the country estimated at 2.3 million, health officials say.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. agents on Tuesday arrested 138 people in a crackdown on a heroin trafficking organization that used illegal immigrants as dealers, offered home delivery and "buy two, get two free" sales of the drug.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China police are teaching Myanmar officials kung fu and Mandarin as part of training in how to crack down on drug trafficking, state media said on Tuesday.
By Guy Faulconbridge MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's illegal drugs trade has topped $15 billion a year as criminal groups flood the country with heroin from Afghanistan, a senior official from the national drugs control agency said on Thursday.
By Niklas Pollard STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Annual worldwide illegal drug salesare greater than the gross domestic product of 88 percent ofthe countries in the world, the U.N. said on Wednesday. "This is not a small enemy against which we struggle.
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