One of the opioid painkillers causing a killer drug epidemic in the US has been linked to hundreds of deaths in Europe, it’s emerged.
Last year alone, 51 new psychoactive substances have been detected
It's Colombia's country's biggest drugs bust so far this year, worth around 350 million euros.
Spanish and Portuguese police have seized more than 700 kg of cocaine wrapped in pineapple skins and shipped from South America.
The drug, used to treat cancer pain, is being increasingly used recreationally and is blamed for a rise in overdose deaths in Europe.
Police intercept 331 kilos of heroin most of it at Barcelona's port where it was hidden inside cement bags.
'Darknet' drug trade on the rise, say officials
Twleve Britons are among group arrested in Magaluf along with drugs and cash, accused of dealing in holiday spot's clubs.
The marijuana business in Europe is experiencing a gold rush – but this time it’s legal.
Spain, once considered an entry point for cannabis to reach Europe, is now increaisngly producing the drug on home soil.
The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drugs Addiction report warns of criminal gang links
France will introduce a new law by the end of the year to soften punishments for cannabis use, officials say.
The legislation, a key promise of
Greek authorities have presented the haul they seized in a major drugs raid at the weekend.
Thousands of cannabis plants found in shelter built for UK government officials in the event of a nuclear strike
Customs officials in Germany have put on display the country’s biggest ever cocaine haul.
As Ireland decides whether to follow suit and decriminalise marijuana, we take a look at the reported pros and cons.
In a rare corruption case in Finland - ranked the second least corrupt country in the world - the former anti-drug chief was handed a 10 year sentence.
One quarter of persons living in the EU smoke tobacco, and one in every five is passively exposed to tobacco smoke, says new Eurostat report
Russia fielded a diminished Olympic team at Rio 2016, and its Paralympic team was excluded entirely, after findings of widespread, state-orchestrated doping.
The International Olympic Committee dealt another blow to drugs cheats on Thursday when they disqualified eight athletes from the 2012 Games in London.
Residents of Copenhagen’s so-called free town of Christiania began tearing down stalls selling cannabis.
Europe’s drugs agency has today released an 84-page report about the latest developments around narcotics on the continent.
The world is losing the battle against superbugs, according to a new report commissioned by the UK government.
Ten million lives a year and a
Germany is to legalise "cannabis":https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_cannabis for medical purposes early next year, according to health minister Hermann Gröhe.
Europeans spend more than 24 billion euros a year on illicit drugs, according to a new report published on Tuesday. The joint EU-Europol study found
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