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Seven men, five women and a child died in the shooting.
Inventors in Germany have developed a bracelet aimed at combatting a fear of many clubbers — drink spiking.
A British man, wanted in Queensland in connection with drug-related charges, was apprehended by police on Monday, after trying to escape Australia aboard a jet ski
A business in the UK is holding a contest to see who can roll the perfect spliff in the fastest time — the prize? A job.
It's the largest registered find of narcotics in Italy in 25 years with Italy, Spain, Colombia and United Kingdom authorities working together.
The cocaine bust is the second bigegst of the year on Saint Martin.
The current trial of Mexico's El Chapo in New York has shed light on the luxury lifestyle he has led for 25 years
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A potential juror has been dismissed by the judge in the El Chapo trial after asking the defendant for his autograph.
Operation Lionfish led to the arrest of 1,300 suspects and the seizure of more than 35 tonnes of cocaine, five tonnes of heroin, 15 tonnes of cannabis and 430,000 Captagon tablets
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Canada has officially legalised the recreational use of Cannabis - making it the second country in the world to do so. Queues formed in the province of Newfoundland at midnight - where the first sales of legal Marijuana have taken place.
Lack of progress in reducing early deaths from chronic diseases could cause the majority of UN member states to miss the 2030 deadline, according to the Lancet.
The pineapples originated from Costa Rica, and Spanish police intercepted the drugs at a food market in Madrid.
Police stopped a car in northeastern Spain after its driver proved positive for all drugs in the test.
Britain's changing attitude to marijuana
Dramatic footage has captured the moment a police helicopter chased a suspected drug smuggler onto a Spanish beach.
Britain's Home Office Saturday used a special power to return medicinal cannabis oil it had confiscated from an epileptic boy.
"If they had treated me from the beginning, I would never have returned to jail eight times."
Authorities estimate street value of seized is between 15 and 20 million euros
The measure is a part of Rodrigo Duterte's aggressive war on drug dealers