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2009 Un World Drug Report

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2009 UN World Drug report

The 2009 United Nations World Drug report, released earlier this year, notes that 2009 marks "the end of the first century of drug control (it all started in Shanghai in 1909)", and that the illicit drug market worldwide has now become a $320 billion-per-year industry. As drug-related violence in Mexico appears to continue unabated, and crackdowns in Afghanistan are being made against its massive opium crops, new efforts are also being made worldwide in methods of enforcement and treatment of recovering addicts. Collected here are a handful of recent images from the rough world of illegal drugs across the globe.

(37 photos total)

Atenção: Algumas imagens são violentas. Devem aparecer pretas, e só com um click ficam visíveis, mas fica desde já o aviso.

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/10/2009_un_world_drug_report.html

É complicado ver tanta degradação por causa de droga.

Dinheiro e morte. Apenas e só.

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I'm gonna shoot you right down,

right offa your feet

Take you home with me,

put you in my house

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