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Afghan Opium Output Hit by Disease, Myanmar’s Up: U.N.

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Heroin Addiction: Afghan opium output hit by disease, Myanmar’s up: U.N.
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Global production of opium fell 38 percent in 2010 as plant disease hit crops in top producer Afghanistan, but output in number two producer Myanmar rose sharply, the United Nations said Thursday.
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Heroin Addiction: Painkillers Are A Gateway To Heroin
This past winter, I found myself following a drug dealer and his crew up the dark stairway of a triple-decker apartment building on the outskirts of Boston. Reaching a unit on the top floor, the young man pulled a gun from his waistband.
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Heroin Addiction: Heroin: What Have We Learned From The Movies?



Running through a number of heroin/drug-related lines from the movies.

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