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Heroin use growing in Iran

The number of intravenous heroin users in Iran has reached 250,000, an anti-drugs official said, as the Islamic republic steps up efforts to combat a growing drugs problem. “Out of 350,000 heroin addicts in the country, 250,000 are intravenous users,” the semi-official Mehr news agency quoted Mohammad Reza Jahani, the deputy head of Iran’s anti-narcotics organisation, as saying. Full Story

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