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Drugs Kill 80,000 Russians Annually

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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Drug addiction kills 80,000 Russians each year, a senior Russian anti-drugs official was quoted as saying on Friday, while a human rights watchdog issued a report warning Russia's drug treatment strategy needed reform. "Russia is sit


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Michelle R (13)
Saturday November 10, 2007, 9:42 pm
About 70,000 Russians die annually from diseases linked to drug addiction, and another 10,000 are killed by overdoses, said Alexander Yanevsky, a department chief at the Drugs Control Service.
Afghanistan produces 90% of heroine.
Fuck them!!!
I lost John to heroine, my soulmate
So what--your poor & you sell yor soul sfor $$$$ only to ruin ---LITERALLY COUNTLESS other lives??

"Russia is situated in a drugs belt. There is heroin in the south, synthetic drugs coming in from the West and rising internal production of drugs," Yanevsky said at a conference on drug control, reported RIA Novosti news agency.

Michelle R (13)
Saturday November 10, 2007, 9:43 pm
Yea-- You ruined my life too--and I don't even do drugs!!

Dave Hamilton (0)
Sunday November 11, 2007, 8:06 am
Vodka also is a scourge in Russia and leaves quite a few gorgeous Russian gals divorced. More of them should be finding their way to Germany so this American can hook up with a woman who isn't a spolied western brat yet.
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