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A bonfire of drugs in Kabul

"In the foothills north of Kabul, six and a half tonnes of heroin, opium and hashish were set ablaze..." It was "...a minuscule triumph, a small victory against the traffickers." See the Al Jazeera article here.

Posted by Dave Trippel on May 13, 2009 at 10:29 PM in Afghanistan, Opium, Pakistan | Permalink