Afghans struggle with drug addiction
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Afghanistan is struggling with an epidemic of drug use and addiction.
The Taliban, as the new rulers of the country, are promising to help end addiction, forcibly sending addicts for treatment.
CGTN’s Toby Muse reports in his latest installment of Afghanistan Now.
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