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NATO general says drugs Afghanistan’s biggest threat

Afghanistan is on the brink of becoming a narco-state with drug cartels now posing a greater threat to the country’s future than Taliban insurgents, NATO’s top military commander in Europe said on Saturday. Afghanistan is the world’s largest producer of opium, the raw material for heroin. The narcotics trade accounts for about a third of its economy. In an interview with the International Herald Tribune, General James Jones said: “Afghanistan is teetering on becoming a narco-state. Full Story

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