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Hungary: Wire: East Europe Drug Flow Worries Britain

Thu, 01 Mar 2001 08:00:00 GMT

Reuters, 01 Mar 2001 - BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Britain's anti-drugs tsar warned on Thursday that central European countries in line for European Union membership are major transit routes to western Europe for heroin and other illegal drugs. ``We are very concerned with the countries which will be the side door of Europe in the near future,'' Keith Hellawell, who heads anti-drug efforts in Britain and reports to Prime Minister Tony Blair, said.



Hungary: Marijuana In Asthma Study

Thu, 23 Nov 2000 08:00:00 GMT

Budapest Sun, 23 Nov 2000 - A team from Hungary has conducted research into marijuana and established a link between the drug and asthma which could help develop new treatments for respiratory-related illnesses. Back in the mid-1970s US professor Donald P Taskin found that "recent studies demonstrated significant, acute bronchodilation in healthy young men after they smoked marijuana".



Hungary: US Opening Hungary Office

Tue, 22 Feb 2000 08:00:00 GMT

San Francisco Examiner, 22 Feb 2000 - BUDAPEST, Hungary -- The FBI is opening its first permanent office abroad in Hungary, a move that will allow agents to work with foreign police in an investigative task force, U.S. officials said Tuesday. Four FBI agents will help Hungarian police investigate organized crime - particularly involving Russians - trafficking in drugs and weapons, money laundering and other crimes, the U.S. Embassy in Hungary said in a statement.



Hungary: OPED: Could Drugs Affect EU Membership?

Thu, 13 Jan 2000 08:00:00 GMT

Budapest Sun, 13 Jan 2000 - Drug dealing and narcotics consumption in Hungary has been the topic of many reports in the media in recent times. Such reports are never welcomed by the Government, even if the reports feature the capture of criminals, because they highlight the growing trend in illegal activities at, excuse the pun, the grass roots level.