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Category Archives: International

Drug Abuse Malaysia

Drug Abuse and Lack of Drug Treatment in Malaysia By Steve Nettleton, UNICEF KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, 16 April 2007 – Injecting drug users are overwhelmingly the largest contributor to the spread of HIV and AIDS in Malaysia. And in this country, as in many other societies around the world, they bear a double stigma. Dismissed…

Drug Trafficking Belize

37% of All Cocaine Destined for the USA Goes Through Belize Ross Kemp on Gangs visits Belize City, where 37% of all cocaine destined for the USA is shipped through. The local gangs are rewarded for safe shipments with drugs, guns, and money. Belize: The 6th Most Likely Place in the World to Die of…

America Drug War

American Drug War – excerpt from N7Films on Vimeo. American Drug War – With Joe Arpaio, Maricopa County Sheriff Tent cities of convicted drug users and drug traffickers in Arizona. Inmates getting several years in jail for small amounts of methamphetamine. Methamphetamine has become the drug of choice for many users. Joe Arpairo is very…

Alaska Underage Drinking

Dying for a Drink: Parents and Teen Drinking from N7Films on Vimeo. Parenting in Alaska: A Solution for Teen Drinking? Can parenting in the traditional way be a partial solution for teen drinking? This video explores how the native people used to raise their children in a community setting, and how it is now in…

Alcohol Abuse Alaska

Dying for a Drink: Drunk Parent, Drunk Child from N7Films on Vimeo. Drinking and Alcoholism in Alaska In Alaska, children as young as 11 are being admitted to the emergency room intoxicated. A recent study shows that 20% of school children have drank alcohol before the age of 13. An emergency room doctor talks about…