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					Issue 952 Friday July 11, 2008 Price 70p

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SPECIAL REPORT
by NADEEM BADSHAH
DRUG dealers are cashing in on the government’s failure to control the amount of heroin flooding into this country from Afghanistan – a trend that is destroying the lives of many young British Asians. At least 90 per cent of heroin in Britain comes from Afghanistan, where farmers grow the opium poppy that contains morphine from which heroin is made. In revealing interviews with Eastern Eye, street dealers in Britain bragged that their heroin business has been booming since British and US-led troops invaded Afghanistan in 2001. The Taliban government banned opium production in 2000. But since Allied forces invaded to

POPPYCOCK!
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OUT OF CONTROL: An Allied Forces soldier in a poppy field in Afghanistan

Afghan terror war creates drugs overdose in Britain


				
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