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AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/CRYSTALMETH
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May 29, 2013
Afghan pharmacists analyse samples of drugs, at a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter Narcotics,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan pharmacists analyse samples of drugs, at laboratory under Interior Ministry's Counter Narcotics,...
Afghan pharmacists analyse samples of drugs, at a laboratory under the Interior Ministry's Counter Narcotics, in Kabul May 26, 2013. Impoverished Afghanistan, already plagued by insurgency and struggling to contain crippling rates of opium addiction, faces another potential headache with spiralling usage of the synthetic drug crystal methamphetamine. The growing use of crystal methamphetamine or ice, comes at a critical time. Some fear that, with the exit of most foreign troops by the end of next year and dwindling interest and aid from the international community, significant addiction to the relatively new drug could wreak social havoc. Picture taken on May 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS)
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