Drug Trafficking Headlines

  • Key marijuana drug approval looms as cannabis goes mainstream

    LONDON (Reuters) - Evidence that cannabis can ease epilepsy and other conditions is building as a British company counts down to what would be the first U.S. government approval for a prescription drug derived from the marijuana plant.

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  • House to vote Thursday on immigration legislation: Ryan

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, said on Wednesday the House would vote on immigration legislation on Thursday that would end the practice of separating families who cross the U.S. border illegally.

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  • Veteran Chavez ally Cabello to lead Venezuelan Constituent Assembly

    CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's all-powerful Constituent Assembly elected as its head on Tuesday Socialist Party No. 2 Diosdado Cabello, boosting the profile of a political leader who the United States has accused of being a coordinator of international drug shipments.

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  • Veteran Chavez ally Cabello to lead Venezuelan Constituent Assembly

    CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's all-powerful Constituent Assembly elected as its head on Tuesday Socialist Party No. 2 Diosdado Cabello, boosting the profile of a political leader who the United States has accused of being a coordinator of international drug shipments.

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  • Denying it has lost war on drugs, UK rules out legalizing cannabis

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Tuesday it had no intention of legalizing cannabis after a former leader of Prime Minister Theresa May's party said the government had "irreversibly lost" the battle to drive the drug off the streets.

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  • Denying it has lost war on drugs, UK rules out legalizing cannabis

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Tuesday it had no intention of legalizing cannabis after a former leader of Prime Minister Theresa May's party said the government had "irreversibly lost" the battle to drive the drug off the streets.

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