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Synthetic opioid drugs like fentanyl are a 'growing concern' in Europe
Report indicates increase of cocaine in EU, links to social media
European agency warns about 'uberisation' of drug market
Killer drug fentanyl 'linked to 250 deaths in Europe'
Fear of opioid crisis in Europe
Colombia seizes 5 tonnes of cocaine in banana shipment
Busted: cocaine-filled pineapple ring
Spanish and Portuguese police have seized more than 700 kg of cocaine wrapped in pineapple skins and shipped from South America.
Deadly painkiller drug fentanyl has ‘growing market in Europe’
The drug, used to treat cancer pain, is being increasingly used recreationally and is blamed for a rise in overdose deaths in Europe.
Record drug bust in Spain
Police intercept 331 kilos of heroin most of it at Barcelona's port where it was hidden inside cement bags.
Drug trafficking moves to 'darker corners' of the web: EU report
'Darknet' drug trade on the rise, say officials
Britons arrested in Spain on suspicion of drug dealing
Twleve Britons are among group arrested in Magaluf along with drugs and cash, accused of dealing in holiday spot's clubs.
How start-ups in Germany are turning to weed
Is Spain becoming Europe's cannabis garden?
Drug report warning over powerful opioids
France wants to scrap prison terms for cannabis use
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 police put on show major drugs haul
Greek authorities have presented the haul they seized in a major drugs raid at the weekend.
Cannabis farm found in disused nuclear bunker
Thousands of cannabis plants found in shelter built for UK government officials in the event of a nuclear strike
Germany's biggest ever cocaine haul seized
Customs officials in Germany have put on display the country’s biggest ever cocaine haul.
Could Ireland get even greener?
Former head of Helsinki drug squad sentenced in drug smuggling scandal
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 people living in the EU smoke tobacco, new statistics reveal
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
Has the West covered up its own sports drug cheats?
IOC strip three Kazakh weightlifters of 2012 Olympic gold medals
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 Christiania demolish cannabis huts after shooting
Five key trends in Europe’s drug market
Europe’s drugs agency has today released an 84-page report about the latest developments around narcotics on the continent.
Superbugs could kill ‘10 million people a year by 2050’
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