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How an Afghan Nato camp becomes the last hope for addicts
Dhaka Tribune

How an Afghan Nato camp becomes the last hope for addicts

Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned Nato military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Afghanistan is one of the world's biggest sources of opium, ... Dhaka Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Kicking the habit in Kabul Reuters UK, 3 weeks ago
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Lawmakers, religious leaders greet refugees in Phoenix, Tucson

Mohammad Arif Safdari, in red coat, an Afghani refugee, receives a hug from his cousin after arriving at Sky Harbor International Airport. Safdari received a special immigrant visa to come to the U.S. for helping the U.S. military fight terrorist ...
 AZCentral.com2 months ago
UPI

Afghanistan uses abandoned military base to treat drug addicts

KABUL, Afghanistan, Jan. 11 (UPI) -- Afghanistan is using an abandoned military base to house and treat drug addicts as it finally takes on a national heroin epidemic. The Afghan government has begun a program of removing Kabul's drug addicts ...
 UPI3 weeks ago

Drug addict attacks health minister

Array KABUL: The Afghan Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz has narrowly escaped a possible HIV infection after he was attacked with a syringe by a drug addict, the officials said Sunday. There are growing fears of rapid HIV infection ...
 Afghanistan Times4 weeks ago Afghan minister narrowly escapes HIV infection in syringe attack by drug addict  Frontier Post4 weeks ago Minister escapes HIV infection in syringe attack  Frontier Post4 weeks ago
Daily Outlook

December 28, 2015 by Abdul Ahad Bahrami Taking Action on the Drugs Crisis

In a bold move to deal with the crisis of drugs addiction among Afghan youths, authorities moved hundreds of the addicts from a western neighborhood of Kabul into a center which once was the main base of NATO troops in eastern Kabul. The Ministry of ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago

With backing of ISI, Jaish-e-Muhammad rises like a phoenix in Pakistan

Main Asia 01.10 / 21:49 indianexpress.com In 2010, a Jaish-affiliated publication said the trust was paying pensions to the families of at least 850 jihadists killed or imprisoned in India, as well as in other… Asia Written by Praveen ...
 MyInforms4 weeks ago
Global Research

The CIA's Phoenix Program in Vietnam and the War on Terror

The Phoenix Program in Vietnam in many ways provides a blue print for our own times. Assassinations and torture are the essence of the war on terror. As are death squads and false flag terror attacks. As are mass surveillance of the populace. ...
 Global Research13 hours ago

Comment on European Refugees Are Better Off than San Diego's Homeless by Dr. Jack Hammer

By John Lawrence Amy Goodman did a recent show about the refugees living in a camp in Calais, France. She walked around the camp interviewing several refugees all of whom spoke good English. Most of these people were sleeping in tents similar to ...
 MyInforms3 weeks ago
Tolo News

Almost 350 Drug Addicts Moved To Rehab Center

News - Afghanistan Sunday, 03 January 2016 11:11 Written by TOLOnews.com An additional 350 drug addicts were rounded up from Kabul's Pul-e-Sokhtar area, with the cooperation of security forces, and moved to a rehabilitation facility ...
 Tolo News1 month ago 400 Drug Addicts Moved To New Rehab Center  Tolo News1 month ago

College golfer plays for fallen hero

In the biography of Marine Sgt. Bradley W. Atwell, it was not the details of his brutal death in Afghanistan that first got the attention of San Diego golfer Tyler Moore. It was Atwell's age. He was only 27. "Such a young age when he passed," Moore ...
 Stars and Stripes1 month ago
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