Under Taliban, Kabul’s drug addicts forced into withdrawal

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Hundreds of drug users shelter in squalid conditions under a bridge in western Kabul synonymous with hard drugs and violent crime – and since the Taliban came to power, raids on areas where addicts gather have become more frequent. With poppies cheap and easy to grow, Afghanistan provides around 90 percent of the world’s production of heroin, but since retaking power the Taliban have pledged to ban narcotics production.

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