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Drug use in Kenya's coast communities up as West-bound heroin flows through
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3 July 2018
On 3 July 2018 Reuters reported:
Heroin use is increasing in Kenya's coastal communities as international traffickers use them as a transit point for drugs bound from Afghanistan to the West, creating health and social problems, a European Union-funded report said on Tuesday (3 July). The port cities of Mombasa, Malindi, and Lamu have been particularly hard hit in recent years, it said.
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... The growing drug problem was also denting the image of a region better known as a tourist destination for its sun and beaches.
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