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Afghanistan breaks opium record

an Afghan drug addict smokes opium in a foul smelling river bed in the center of Kabul on Nov. 9. More than 1 million Afghans are addicts, living in squalor in its cities, sleeping on the street, in garbage-filled dried river beds reeking of human waste.

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an Afghan drug addict smokes opium in a foul smelling river bed in the center of Kabul on Nov. 9. More than 1 million Afghans are addicts, living in squalor in its cities, sleeping on the street, in garbage-filled dried river beds reeking of human waste.



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