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Published on Jul 21, 2013
Over one billion dollars' worth of heroin each year - that is the deadly fallout Pakistan gets from the blooming narcotics industry that provides the main cash crop in devastated Afghanistan. Locals say heroin is cheaper than food. It's thought Pakistan has more than four million drug addicts, but less than 80 dedicated drug rehab clinics. As RT's Lucy Kafanov reports from Karachi, those heroin addicts don't even bother hiding their habit. For many this is a deadly path.