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Taliban's Massively Successful Opium Eradication Raises Questions About What US Was Doing All Al

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Western sources estimate an up to 99% reduction in some provinces. This raises serious questions about the seriousness of U.S. drug eradication efforts in the country over the past 20 years. And, as global heroin supplies dry up, experts tell MintPress News that they fear this could spark the growing use of fentanyl – a drug dozens of times stronger than heroin that already kills more than 100,000 Americans yearly.

The Taliban Does What the US Did Not

It has already been called "the most successful counter-narcotics effort in human history." Armed with little more than sticks, teams of counter-narcotics brigades travel the country, cutting down Afghanistan's poppy fields.


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