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Jordan: Drug-Related Cases on the Rise - PM

Tue, 23 Dec 2008 08:00:00 GMT

Jordan Times, 23 Dec 2008 - AMMAN - Drug-related cases are on the rise in the Kingdom, including trafficking, addiction and cultivation on an individual basis, Prime Minister Nader Dahabi said on Monday. "Whenever this issue is brought up, we hear that Jordan is a transit country for drugs," but there is a problem which is in its early stages, he told MPs during a Lower HSource: Jordan Times (Jordan) Contact: jotimes@jpf.com.jo Copyright: 2008 Jordan Press Foundation Website: http://www.jordantimes.com/ Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/4884 ouse session designated to discuss the problem of drugs and its impact on society.



Jordan: Lower House to Discuss Drug Abuse, Its Impact on

Mon, 22 Dec 2008 08:00:00 GMT

Jordan Times, 22 Dec 2008 - AMMAN - The Lower House is scheduled to convene today to discuss drug abuse and its impact on the community in response to a memorandum signed by 11 MPs. According to a government report submitted to lawmakers, authorities processed 2,699 drug-related cases during the past 12 months, 540 of them trafficking cases, and 2,159 possession and addiction cases.



US: Wire: Michael Jordan's Mom Campaigns Against Inhalant Abuse

Fri, 16 Oct 1998 07:00:00 GMT

Associated Press, 16 Oct 1998 - WASHINGTON -- The mother of basketball superstar Michael Jordan had a short message to the nation's parents Tuesday: The things kids are tempted to sniff, like the fumes from gasoline and nail polish remover, are easy to find, perfectly legal and very often deadly.