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"Counterproductive" Afghan Drug Eradication by U.S. Ended

After many years, the unsuccessful program spending $18,000 per acre of U.S. taxpayer's money to eradicate poppies in Afghanistan has ended.  See the article here

Posted by Dave Trippel on July 30, 2009 at 06:47 PM in Afghanistan, Drugs (general), Law Enforcement, Licensing and Legislation, Opium | Permalink